The 10 Best Monitors For MacBook Pros

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This wiki has been updated 14 times since it was first published in December of 2018. Just because your laptop has an excellent screen, that doesn't mean you can't sometimes use an additional display for more complex workflows. The monitors for MacBook Pros on our list offer plenty of size and resolution, as well as great color and contrast for working professionals. They also all feature USB Type-C connectivity, so Apple users with the latest models can still connect. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best monitors for macbook pro on Amazon.

10. Dell S2718D S-Series 27-Inch

9. LG 34BK95U-W UltraFine 34-Inch

8. BenQ PD2710QC 27-Inch

7. Samsung CJ89 Series 43-Inch Ultrawide

6. LG 27UK850-W 27-Inch 4K UHD

5. Acer 37.5-Inch Ultra Wide Curved XR382CQK

4. LG 27MD5KB-B UltraFine 27-Inch

3. Dell U-Series 38-Inch

2. Asus Designo MX27UC 27-Inch

1. Samsung C34J791 34-Inch QHD Ultrawide Curved

Editor's Notes

December 31, 2018:

Of course, it was important that every option on the list had a USB-C connection, since that's all that comes on the latest Macbook Pros. It's no surprise that our selection is populated by the likes of Samsung, Asus, and Dell, as these are the standard bearers in the industry. The 27-inch BenQ is probably the only model from a brand that is a little less battle-tested, but they've been making decent USB-connected monitors for a while now.

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