External monitor for 2013 Macbook Pro Retina 13"?

I'm going to get a 13" Macbook Pro Retina 2013 model soon, and I was wondering if anybody knew of any good external displays that are under $300 I could use with the laptop? Preferably in the $100-200 range. I've been doing a little research, and it seems that a lot of people have problems with blurry text while using an external monitor with the retina macbook? I don't know much about external monitors, so I'd also like to know about the ports/adaptors I should use.

Jenn.Y wrote:
So which input ports are best to use? I know there's ones like HDMI and DVI, so which is better to use?
Modern monitors will likely have HDMI, DVI, and/or Display Port inputs. If you use HDMI then you will not need an adapter since your computer will have a HDMI port out. You will just need a HDMI cable. If you use DVI you will need a mini display port to DVI adapter and a DVI cable. Dual Link DVI is best but you will need a mini display port to Dual Link DVI adapter and a Dual Link DVI cable. If your monitor has a Display Port input you could use that.  vga will produce bad results compared to all the digital ports.
Your selection depends on the monitor you get. To get the best display resolution use what provides the monitor with video at the monitor's native resolution.
Use Google to compare the specifications of the different ports https://www.google.com/search?q=display+port+comparison+dvi+hdmi+dual+link

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