How to Choose a Computer Monitor
A dedicated monitor could be just the boost your work-from-home setup needs, for productivity and ergonomics
Plug a monitor into your laptop and you’ll be able to see more content at once, which means less time switching back and forth between windows.
You might choose to leave communication apps like Outlook, Slack, and Teams open and always visible on one side of the screen while cranking away on a PowerPoint presentation or Word document on the other. And, of course, you can continue to use your laptop monitor, as well, for a two-screen setup.
Think of getting a monitor like expanding the size of your workbench, giving you more room to fit more tools to get more work done.