An update: I've been using the Acer V227Q bip for a few weeks now. It still causes me strain. I've adjusted the the blue light levels to 70% (which is helping a little), kept the brightness 40% and contrast 50%. I'm using dark mode for everything but reading text and viewing bright scenes in videos is still bothersome.
From some research I've been doing, 24 inches seems to be the 1080p standard. Considering I'm using a 21.5 inch monitor, I'm wondering if the text is being crushed from the slightly smaller size. I could lower the resolution to 1600x900, but I don't want to lost image quality.
I'm wondering if I buy a 23.8 inch monitor, it'll clear the text up a little bit.
BlasterFX Try to contact Toshiba and lets see if you get an answer.
I'll have to try that. If they can't give me an answer, I could always buy a broken Toshiba Satellite and dissect the monitor. The panel manufacturer is usually printed on the inner hardware.