I have a 20" SamSung LCD monitor.
It has such a narrow angle of view that I cannot use that monitor to decide brightness of images. Depends on how I sit, the image looks too dark or too bright. (monitor is still good for programming).
So, I'm looking for under $200.00 LCD monitor just to compensate my handicap.
If you know ANY $200.00 or under monitor with good picture quality, please let me know. Or please let me know if you know any good makers. I want to use it to decide correct exposures of my images so I can send print orders to my lab. Small monitors are OK.
I believe in the range you are looking there exist no "makers".
I do think Eizo (Nanao in Japan), Iiyama, Sharp, Samsung and Viewsonic do some good stuff. Keep in mind that this list is not complete. But I doubt there is a chance that their products fall into your price range.
Perhaps you can look for Monitors from Acer, Benq or LG ? Their products are usually not that bad too and more close to the pricerange you have in mind.