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If you’re wondering which is the best Mac compatible monitor for a Mac Mini, here we look at the best external displays for both the Intel Mac Mini and the M1 Mac Mini.

The Mac Mini is a favorite with many graphic designers, video editors and music producers on a budget because it costs a lot less than a MacBook Pro.

Although Apple recently released the Mac Studio as a more powerful (and more expensive) replacement to it, the Mac Mini still remains a favorite of many due to its compactness, performance and price.

However, since the Mac Mini doesn’t come with a display included, you need to buy an external display separately.

The best quality external displays for the Mac Mini are easily the 6K Apple 32-inch Pro XDR display and the 5K Apple Studio Display but they aren’t cheap, particularly the Pro XDR display at around $6,000 and the Apple Studio Display at $1,599.

Here we look at both of those plus the best budget 4K and 5K alternatives that work best with both with the Intel Mac Mini and M1 Mac Mini.

In our extensive research, we found the excellent LG UltraFine 5K 34 inch is the best monitor for the both the Intel and M1 Mac Mini of 2022.

M1 Mac Mini vs Intel Mac Mini

It’s important to be aware that there are currently two types of Mac Mini on the market – the older Intel Mac Mini and the latest Apple Silicon Mac Mini with M1 chip.

The latest M1 Mac Mini processes graphics up to 6 times faster and can process data 3 times quicker than the older Intel Mac Mini.

The M1 Mac Mini can also support the 6K resolution of the Apple Pro Display XDR whereas the Intel Mac Mini doesn’t support 6K resolution.

In terms of connectivity, Intel chip Mac Minis actually have more Thunderbolt ports than the M1 Mac Mini.

Mac Minis with an Intel chip have a total of four Thunderbolt ports which can officially support either three 4K monitors or one 5K monitor and one 4K monitor.

external monitor mac mini - intel mac mini ports

The M1 Mac Mini released in 2020 can support three monitors in total: one 6K monitor via Thunderbolt and two 4K monitors – one via an extra Thunderbolt/USB-C port and one via the HDMI port.

best monitor m1 mac mini - ports

There are ways of making M1 Mac Minis support more monitors than this but it depends on the resolution you need and they require using either a Thunderbolt Hub or Docking Station.

Note that there have been reported issues with some external monitors not working with macOS Monterey on all Macs and these seem related to updates in macOS Monterey which are still being resolved.

There have also been some issues with poor resolution on external displays when connected to M1 & M2 Macs.

Most displays work well when connected to Apple Silicon Macs but you can find some ways to fix resolution issues on external displays here.

As yet there is no M2 Mac Mini from Apple although the latest M2 MacBooks are now available and it’s only a matter of time before the M2 chip is available in the Mac Mini.

Which Monitors Work Well With The Mac Mini?

Most monitors will work when plugged into both Intel and M1 Mac Minis but the problem you’ll find is the poor quality they deliver.

Cheap Full HD (FHD) and even some Quad HD (QHD) monitors for example produce poor image quality when connected to a Mac Mini should definitely be avoided.

We’ve therefore excluded all FHD monitors as they simply do not provide good image quality when connected to Mac Minis.

There are simply no non-Apple external monitors that can compare with the Apple’s Mac Studio display which is designed for the new Mac Studio or Pro XDR display but there are some essentials we looked at when making our shortlist.

Although all the monitors here work well with other models of Macs, if you’ve got a Mac Studio we recommend checking-out our guide to the best monitors for the Mac Studio or if you’ve got a MacBook Pro, the best monitors for the MacBook Pro.

With this in mind here are the best external monitors for the Mac Mini of 2022:

1. LG 34BK95U-W UltraFine 34”

best monitor mac mini

The 5K LG UltraFine 34 inch monitor is the best monitor for the Mac Mini and features stunning 5K resolution and 163 pixels per inch (ppi)

LG monitors are some of the best displays you can get for Macs and Apple even helped LG develop the UltraFine display as it contains a very similar panel to the 27 inch 5K iMac display.

We think the 5K UltraFine is the best alternative to Apple’s Pro Display XDR and Apple Studio Display as although it can’t come close to the Apple Pro Display XDR, it’s a very economical alternative to the Apple Studio Display.

You can get full 5K 5120 x 2160 resolution (also known as 5K2K) with the LG 34BK95-W including on M1/M2 Macs and the Mac Studio which is great for video editing although for reading text, you might want to scale down the resolution as it does make everything look much smaller.

You can get full 5K 5120 x 2160 resolution (also known as 5K2K) with the LG 34BK95-W including on M1/M2 Macs and the Mac Studio which is great for video editing although for reading text, you might want to scale down the resolution as it does make everything look much smaller.

It can of course also easily handle 4K video and the wide viewing angles make it an excellent choice for those in desktop publishing or video editing.

But because its a 34 inch 5K screen, you get over 30% more screen estate on the LG34BK95U-W UltraFine than on a standard 4K monitor.

You can change the tilt and height on the stand that comes with the LG34BK95U-W UltraFine but you can only add swivel with a VESA stand mount connection.

In terms of ports, apart from the standard HDMI there’s a dedicated Thunderbolt 3 port with 85W of power which offers DisplayPort Alt Mode.

There are also an additional 3 USB-C ports.

The refresh rate of the LG34BK95U-W UltraFine is 60hz but that’s about as good as you’ll find in an external monitor that’s compatible with Macs and good enough for most gaming.

There are speakers in the LG UltraFine 34 inch 5K but the sound is poor and it’s best to connect some external speakers to it.

There is no integrated webcam in the LG UltraFine 34 inch either although you can connect one via USB-C or use a digital camera as a webcam.

You can read our full LG 34BK95U-W 34 inch 5K monitor review for more.

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Pros:

  • 5K resolution with 5K2K support
  • 163 ppi
  • 3 USB-C ports plus Thunderbolt port
  • Huge screen estate
  • 3 year LG guarantee

Cons:

  • Sound or brightness can’t be controlled from Mac keyboard
  • Swivel requires mounting a stand
  • No integrated webcam

2. Apple Studio Display

best monitor m1 mac - mac studio display

The Apple Studio Display was released on 13th March 2022 by Apple to go with the amazing new Mac Studio and offers a much cheaper alternative to the Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR.

Although it can’t compare with the XDR display, the Apple Studio Display is easily the second best external monitor for the Mac Mini and starts at just $1,599 compared to $4,999 for the Pro XDR display.

Like the Pro XDR, the Apple Studio Display supports 218 PPI although it can only handle a maximum 5K 5120 x 2880 resolution compared to 6K in the XDR.

It also only supports 600 nits of brightness compared to 1600 in the XDR which although impressive, is not quite enough for professional video editors that need the added brightness to reach HDR during video playback.

It does however have the same True Tone Anti Reflective Coating and is available with nano-texture glass like the XDR.

There are also some advantages to the Studio Display over the Pro XDR.

Unlike the Pro XDR, the Apple Studio Display also has a 12 MegaPixel Ultra Wide camera with Center Stage.

It also has a music studio quality three-mic array which makes it definitely the best monitor for music production on a Mac.

This includes a six speaker sound system with Spatial Audio.

Finally, there are three Thunderbolt ports which you can connect and charge a MacBook Pro with. It also comes with a tilt and height adjustable stand with a VESA mount adapter if you want to add swivel to it.

For more you can check out our full Apple Studio Display review.

Pros:

  • Much cheaper alternative to the XDR Pro
  • Supports 5K
  • 3 Thunderbolt ports
  • 12MP ultra-wide camera
  • Three-way microphone
  • 6 internal speakers

Cons:

  • No 6K support
  • 600 nits brightness support compared to 1600 in Pro XDR
  • Maximum size is 27 inch
  • Designed mainly for use with the Mac Studio

3. LG Monitor 27MD5KL-B Ultrafine 27″

best external monitor mac mini graphic design

The LG 27MD5KL-B UltraFine 27 inch monitor is marketed at Apple Mac users as it offers excellent compatibility and quality compared to most when used with a Mac including M1 Mac Minis.

Highlights of the LG 27MD5KL-B Ultrafine 27 inch monitor include:

  • 5K UHD 5120 x 2880 Resolution with 16:9 Aspect Ratio – 500nits Brightness
  • 27 Inch Wide-Screen Flat-Panel IPS Monitor – DCI-P3 99% Color Gamut
  • The monitor features both a built-in camera and a speaker
  • Thunderbolt 3 Port with up to 94W Power Delivery – 3 x USB Type C Ports

The LG UltraFine 5K display is over 50% bigger than a 4K display with a maximum of 218 PPI which is the same as both the Apple Pro XDR display and Apple Studio display making it ideal for graphic design on a Mac.

The LG UltraFine 5K display supports P3 gamut & 500 nits of brightness which is only 100 nits lower than the Apple Studio Display.

The Thunderbolt 3 connection can transmit 5K video, audio and data simultaneously to M1 Macs and will also charge a MacBook Pro or iPad Pro with up to 94W.

The LG 27MD5KL-B Ultrafine 27 inch monitor only has a 60Hz refresh rate but it still performs very well fine for gaming and fast moving media such as when video editing.

You can read our full LG 27MD5KL-B 5K UltraFine 27″ monitor review for more.

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Pros:

  • 5K quality resolution
  • Wide P3 gamut
  • 218 PPI
  • Built-in web camera
  • Built-in speakers
  • Supports volume and brightness control from Mac

Cons:

  • Internal speaker quality is poor
  • Webcam quality isn’t great
  • Doesn’t support High Dynamic Range (HDR)

4. Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR

best pro monitor for mac mini

Easily the best professional monitor for any Mac including the Intel Mac Mini and M1 Mac Mini is the amazing 6K Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR.

The XDR stands for Extreme Dynamic Range and goes way beyond the usual High Dynamic Range (HDR) you get in most monitors.

The stunning XDR is the first 32-inch Retina display to support up to 1600 nits of brightness and 218 pixels per inch (PPI which is the same as DPI).

This makes it easily the best external Mac Mini display for professional video and photo editors the XDR can adjust its brightness to reach HDR during playback.

Other highlights of the display include:

  • Support for up to a billion colors
  • Super-wide viewing angle
  • 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio
  • P3 Wide Color Gamut

There’s nothing else on the market that can match the 6K resolution on the Apple Pro Display XDR.

The XDR display is available in Standard Glass and Nanotexure and Standard Glass, the latter offering a sharper picture.

Nanotexture has a more textured looks but is designed to reduce loss of quality due to reflections.

The Standard Glass offers the same sharp look that you get on a Macbook Pro or an iPhone.

The Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR automatically adjusts picture quality based on what you’re watching or doing on it so it’s optimized whether you’re doing video editing or music production.

The Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR also adjusts brightness automatically depending on lighting up to a maximum of 1600 nits.

Of course, because it has 4 Thunderbolt ports, you can connect your Mac Mini to it via Thunderbolt cable.

Note that the XDR display does not include a stand which you have to purchase separately for $999.

The Apple Pro XDR display also does not have any integrated speakers or a webcam.

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Pros:

  • By far the best external monitor for Mac Minis
  • 6K resolution
  • 4 Thunderbolt ports
  • Available with both glass and nanotexture
  • 1600 nits of brightness
  • Automatically optimizes picture depending on what you’re doing
  • Support for one billion colors

Cons:

  • Stand is sold separately
  • No integrated speakers
  • No integrated camera
  • Price

5. BenQ PD3220U 32 inch 4K Monitor IPS

best dual setup mac mini monitor

The BenQ not only has a Thunderbolt 3 port but also a USB-C port and a DisplayPort port. The fact that it has a Thunderbolt port means that it will also charge your MacBook Pro while connected to it.

The BenQ PD3220U is an IPS monitor which means In-Plane Switching and uses liquid crystals in parallel to produce richer colors.

It supports P3 wide color gamut and HDR with a 60Hz refresh rate so it’s ideal for digital work including Adobe’s RGB profile.

The wide P3 gamut of the BenQ PD3220U is ideal for working with Adobe RGB profiled images and RAW photos which covers Rec BT 709 although not up to Rec BT2020.

Other highlights of the BenQ PD3220U include puck adjuster for controls, KVM switch, ability to hot-swap color profiles and display two profiles at once.

The BenQ PD3220U has recently upgraded the firmware to support 60Hz refresh rates on M1 Macs and updates to macOS Monterey have also improved compatibility.

On the downside, the viewing angle is a little narrow although not bad for a 32 inch monitor. The glass finish also suffers from glare in bright sunlight although as long as you avoid this, it’s fine.

The BenQ PD3220U does have internal speakers but the quality is very poor and you’re much better off using external speakers.

Display Pilot also does not work on M1 Macs due to a lack of support for Rosetta in macOS.

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Pros:

  • Wide P3 color gamut
  • Easy to use, fast user interface
  • Thunderbolt 3 port
  • Lots of other ports
  • Uses IPS for richer colors
  • Integrated speakers

Cons:

  • Viewing angle could be better
  • Slow charging of MacBook Pro via Thunderbolt
  • Stand works nicely, no buttons or levels.
  • Internal speakers poor quality

6. Samsung 34 inch CJ791 Curved

best curved monitor for mac mini

The Samsung 34-Inch CJ791 Ultrawide Curved Monitor was the first curved monitor with Intel Thunderbolt 3 ports.

It’s mainly designed for gaming with an incredibly high 100Hz refresh rate and for those that love gaming on curved screens, it’s easily the best curved monitor for Macs.

There are two Thunderbolt 3 ports which means you can not only connect and charge your MacBook Pro but also other Thunderbolt peripherals such as external storage drives and external graphics cards.

The Samsung CJ791 also supports daisy chaining Thunderbolt devices meaning you can connect them all together meaning you only need one Thunderbolt cable connected to your monitor.

The Samsung 34-Inch CJ791 Ultrawide Curved Monitor also includes DP, HDMI and USB ports.

The speakers in the CJ791 are also better than most. It includes built-in 7-watt stereo speakers which are ideal for watching videos, films and gaming.

The curved 34 inch widescreen monitor is ultrawide which gives you the feel of two monitors in one in terms of screen estate.

It also has a contrast ratio of 3:1 compared to the 1:1 ratio of many monitors in this price range which gives crisp, clear contrast.

You can even enjoy Picture-in-Picture by displaying two sources of data on the display by resizing one of the sources up to 25% which you can place anywhere.

Initially you may find that text looks a little pixelated and jagged on the Samsung CJ791 Ultrawide Curved Monitor but if you switch Game Mode to “Always On”, it seems to fix the problem.

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Pros:

  • 2 Thunderbolt ports
  • Curved 34 inch display feels huge
  • Good quality internal speakers
  • Supports Picture-in-Picture
  • 100Hz refresh rate ideal for gaming
  • VESA mountable
  • Supports daisy-chaining Thunderbolt devices

Cons:

  • Picture in Picture tricky to configure
  • Large text can look pixelated without Game Mode on
  • No integrated webcam
  • QHD not as high quality as 5K

7. Dell UltraSharp U2720Q 27 Inch 4K UHD

best budget monitor for mac mini

The 27 inch Dell UltraSharp U2720Q is a great all round external display and the best budget external monitor for the Mac Mini.

We think it’s certainly the best monitor for the Mac Mini under $500 although the price may fluctuate a touch above that at times.

The 4K display looks great connected to a Mac Mini and makes it ideal for editing photos, watching films, designing and more.

The Dell UltraSharp U2720Q has two USB-C ports and one HDMI port so you can connect it easily to any Mac Mini via the Thunderbolt ports.

However, the lack of Thunderbolt port means it won’t support the maximum transfer speeds of 40Gb/s that Mac Minis are capable of.

The Dell UltraSharp U2720Q has a stand that can swivel, pivot and adjust vertically which is another bonus as many external monitor stands don’t offer such flexibility.

If you need an Ethernet connection for your monitor, you should also check out the newer Dell UltraSharp U2723QE which is an upgraded version of this model and allows you to connect the display directly via Ethernet to the Mac Mini.

You can read our full Dell UltraSharp U22720Q review for more.

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Pros:

  • Lots of ports for connectivity
  • Great crisp 4K quality images
  • Excellent color gamut
  • Excellent value for money

Cons:

  • Brightness controls are poor
  • No internal speakers
  • No internal webcam
  • No Thunderbolt port

Best Monitors For Mac Mini Compared

If you’re still not sure which monitor to get for your Mac Mini, here’s a side-by-side comparison to help.

LG 34BK95U-W UltraFine 34" 21:9 5K 2K (5120 x 2160) Nano IPS LED UltraWide Monitor, 600 cd/m² HDR, Thunderbolt 3 / USB Type-C Inputs Black
LG Monitor 27MD5KL-B Ultrafine 27" IPS LCD 5K UHD Monitor for Apple Mac
BenQ PD3220U 32 inch 4K Monitor IPS | HDR | AQCOLOR | Display P3 | DCI-P3 | sRGB|Rec.709 | Hotkey Puck G2 | Eye-Care | ICC sync | Thunderbolt 3 for Mac | Grey
Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR with Retina 6K Display - Standard Glass
SAMSUNG J791 Series 34-Inch Ultrawide QHD (3440x1440) Computer Monitor, 100Hz, Thunderbolt 3 Daisy Chain, QLED, HDMI, USB Hub, Height Adjustable Stand (LC34J791WTNXZA), White
Dell UltraSharp U2720Q 27 Inch 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) LED Backlit LCD IPS USB-C Monitor (7GZ651)
LG 34BK95U-W UltraFine 34" 21:9 5K 2K (5120 x 2160) Nano IPS LED UltraWide Monitor, 600 cd/m² HDR, Thunderbolt 3 / USB Type-C Inputs Black
LG Monitor 27MD5KL-B Ultrafine 27" IPS LCD 5K UHD Monitor for Apple Mac
BenQ PD3220U 32 inch 4K Monitor IPS | HDR | AQCOLOR | Display P3 | DCI-P3 | sRGB|Rec.709 | Hotkey Puck G2 | Eye-Care | ICC sync | Thunderbolt 3 for Mac | Grey
Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR with Retina 6K Display - Standard Glass
SAMSUNG J791 Series 34-Inch Ultrawide QHD (3440x1440) Computer Monitor, 100Hz, Thunderbolt 3 Daisy Chain, QLED, HDMI, USB Hub, Height Adjustable Stand (LC34J791WTNXZA), White
Dell UltraSharp U2720Q 27 Inch 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) LED Backlit LCD IPS USB-C Monitor (7GZ651)
$1,043.38
$1,296.00
$649.99
$4,999.00
$659.98
$530.95
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LG 34BK95U-W UltraFine 34" 21:9 5K 2K (5120 x 2160) Nano IPS LED UltraWide Monitor, 600 cd/m² HDR, Thunderbolt 3 / USB Type-C Inputs Black
LG 34BK95U-W UltraFine 34" 21:9 5K 2K (5120 x 2160) Nano IPS LED UltraWide Monitor, 600 cd/m² HDR, Thunderbolt 3 / USB Type-C Inputs Black
$1,043.38
LG Monitor 27MD5KL-B Ultrafine 27" IPS LCD 5K UHD Monitor for Apple Mac
LG Monitor 27MD5KL-B Ultrafine 27" IPS LCD 5K UHD Monitor for Apple Mac
$1,296.00
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BenQ PD3220U 32 inch 4K Monitor IPS | HDR | AQCOLOR | Display P3 | DCI-P3 | sRGB|Rec.709 | Hotkey Puck G2 | Eye-Care | ICC sync | Thunderbolt 3 for Mac | Grey
BenQ PD3220U 32 inch 4K Monitor IPS | HDR | AQCOLOR | Display P3 | DCI-P3 | sRGB|Rec.709 | Hotkey Puck G2 | Eye-Care | ICC sync | Thunderbolt 3 for Mac | Grey
$649.99
Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR with Retina 6K Display - Standard Glass
Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR with Retina 6K Display - Standard Glass
$4,999.00
SAMSUNG J791 Series 34-Inch Ultrawide QHD (3440x1440) Computer Monitor, 100Hz, Thunderbolt 3 Daisy Chain, QLED, HDMI, USB Hub, Height Adjustable Stand (LC34J791WTNXZA), White
SAMSUNG J791 Series 34-Inch Ultrawide QHD (3440x1440) Computer Monitor, 100Hz, Thunderbolt 3 Daisy Chain, QLED, HDMI, USB Hub, Height Adjustable Stand (LC34J791WTNXZA), White
$659.98
Dell UltraSharp U2720Q 27 Inch 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) LED Backlit LCD IPS USB-C Monitor (7GZ651)
Dell UltraSharp U2720Q 27 Inch 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) LED Backlit LCD IPS USB-C Monitor (7GZ651)
$530.95
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How To Choose A Monitor For The Mac Mini

There are a few things to be aware of and look for when choosing the most compatible external displays for the Mac Mini and Mac Mini M1.

Here’s a few things to consider when choosing the best display to go with a Mac Mini.

USB-C vs Thunderbolt

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Another important feature to look for is whether the monitor supports Thunderbolt and USB-C connections with your Mac Mini.

There’s a lot of confusion between USB-C and Thunderbolt because the cable and ports are exactly the same.

The only difference is that Thunderbolt cables and ports support faster transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps which is important when it comes to transmitting extremely high quality images from your Mac to the display such as the 6K resolution of the Apple Pro Display XDR.

Thunderbolt 3 also supports 10-bit color representation for the best quality color reproduction.

Almost all monitors support the older HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort connections but most now support Thunderbolt/USB-C which delivers a much faster refresh rate which means a much better quality image for the naked eye.

Most TVs will only connect to a Mac Mini via HDMI but for external monitors we strongly recommend using a Thunderbolt connection.

The least preferable connection is a DisplayPort and if the monitor you want to connect your Mac Mini to only has a DisplayPort port, you’ll need to use a DisplayPort to HDMI adapter.

You should be looking for a refresh rate of at least 60Hz for the best quality images and you’ll definitely get this with either USB-C or Thunderbolt if the monitor supports it.

Most Mac Mini compatible Thunderbolt monitors support a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz although the Samsung 34-Inch CJ791 Ultrawide Curved Monitor has a refresh rate of 100Hz which is only really necessary for the demands of gaming.

USB-C and Thunderbolt ports can also transfer audio as well as images or video whereas HDMI and DisplayPort can’t. This means you can also connect webcams, microphones and USB hubs too.

If a monitor has more than one Thunderbolt or USB-C port, you can also connect them together which is known as “daisy chaining” your monitors.

The more Thunderbolt ports your monitor has, the more other external devices you can also connect to it too such as hubs, external storage drives and eGPUs.

DPI/PPI

When buying an external monitor for your Mac Mini one of the most important things to look out for is the Dots Per Inch (DPI) or Pixels Per Inch (PPI).

Technically, printed material resolution is measured in DPI and digital screen resolution in PPI but pixels and dots are virtually interchangeable.

A 300 PPI image on a screen will still be a 300 DPI image when printed.

The MacBook Pro retina display for example has a stunning resolution of 227 ppi which can handle 8K video and the only external monitor for the Mac Mini that comes close to that is the Apple Pro XDR display.

Even the very best non-Apple displays have a DPI of less than 200 dpi but we looked at monitors that offered the highest possible DPI/PPI for Mac Mini users.

Can You Use An iMac As A Monitor For The Mac Mini?

If you’ve for an old iMac lying around, you can use an iMac as an external display for the Mac Mini but it’s not as straightforward as it should be.

The latest iMacs support up to 5K resolution which is the same as the Apple Studio Display so in theory, it would make perfect sense to use an old iMac with a Mac Mini.

However, Apple dropped what’s known as Target Display Mode for retina Macs like the iMac back in 2014 which previously allowed you to use an iMac as an external monitor with another Mac.

There are still ways to use an iMac as a monitor but there are very few that support 5K resolution reliably and our advice is you’re much better off getting a dedicated external monitor.

Speakers & Webcams In External Monitors

If you need integrated speakers and a webcam with your external monitor then by far the best external monitor for Mac Minis with both integrated speakers and a webcam is the Apple Studio Display.

Most brand monitors have very poor integrated speakers and most don’t have a camera.

Our advice is to use external speakers with an external monitor and for the best quality webcam images, use a digital camera as a webcam with your Mac.

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  1. JOHN BAKER

    How about mentioning speakers and a camera in your reviews. Those are absolute necessities, IMO.

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    • MacHow2

      The best external monitor for Mac Minis with both integrated speakers and a webcam is easily the Apple Studio Display. Most brand monitors have very poor integrated speakers and most don’t have a camera apart from the LG UltraFine 27 inch. You’re much better off using external speakers and even a digital camera as a webcam in most cases.

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