I'm looking to buy a monitor for my Mum for Christmas for her 2009 Windows 7 Packard Bell PC which she was gifted earlier this year. The monitor that came with the PC is much older than the PC & is very small, so I think an upgrade would be appreciated by her. According to Windows, the built in graphics card is a "NVIDIA GeForce 9200". I can't find any references online to a "9200" as opposed to the "9200M GS" which is described on these pages: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_9_series http://www.geforce.com/hardware/notebook-gpus/geforce-9200m-gs http://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/geforce_9200m_gs_uk.html so I'm guessing the card is actually a "9200M GS". None of the above pages seem to mention the maximum resolution the card supports, but given my Mum is in her 70s and has far from perfect eyesight, I might want to set the monitor to run at below maximum resolution anyway, so that everything appears larger on screen than most people would prefer. Also, the monitor will sit on her desk which sits in a corner underneath a sloping ceiling, meaning the total height including the stand can't be more than about 46cm / 18 inches. Colour accuracy, built in speakers, built in USB, etc, aren't important or of any real interest. Mum only really uses the PC for email (Windows Live Mail) and web browsing (Google Chrome). Can anyone suggest a monitor for no more than about £150 which has as large a screen as possible (but not exceeding about 46cm / 18 inches in height including the stand) and which is of decent quality? The PC only has an HDMI port on the back for connecting a monitor (apart from a VGA port), so the monitor should have an HDMI port. Also, I appreciate that this thread should really be on a PC forum rather than on MacRumors, but I'm a Mac person myself, I've been using MacRumors for years, am very familiar with it, and don't have much of an idea about any equivalent PC forums, so apologies to anyone who is miffed that I've posted a question relating to a PC on MacRumors. Many thanks.