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Samsung CF791

Big, bright and reasonably accurate, the 34-inch curved Samsung CF791 is a bit expensive for a FreeSync monitor but offers a generous feature set and solid performance for the money if you're a Radeon gamer.

Dell UltraSharp 27 U2717D

It's not the most feature-packed monitor you can get for the money, but the Dell UltraSharp 27 (U2717D) is a fine general-purpose display.

Dell UltraSharp U2913WM

Despite some technical flaws, the U2913WM is a good monitor with an excellent price. At AU$599, it's enough that people will be asking if they want a 27-inch with the extra 360 vertical pixels, or if 21:9 is in their future.

Dell 2209WA

The 2209WA is a monitor with very few flaws. While we'd love to see 1:1 scaling, and the inset screen may cause some users grief, we wouldn't mind two of these sitting on our desk. This is the best 22-inch monitor we've seen.

Dell UltraSharp U2311H 1080p

Considering its price, no one has an excuse any more to buy a second-rate TN panel. While it hasn't been given the same attention to detail in colour accuracy as the 2209WA or the U2711, the U2311H makes for a compelling buy if you want affordable 1080p.

Acer S273HL

For AU$599, it's hard to be too unkind to the S273HL. Still, for a little more you could get the far superior U2711 — it all depends on your wallet.

Dell 2709W

While hardcore PC gamers might want to stay clear, and colour professionals may have to wrestle a little with calibration to get the most out of it, the 2709W is likely to please your average user to no end who wants a big screen with a decent resolution.

Asus VS239H

The VS239H is a standard monitor that "does the job", albeit with a cheaper IPS screen rather than the inferior TN. If you have basic needs, this may see you through — just be aware of the limited defective pixel policy.

Samsung SyncMaster 226BW

Given its gaming credentials, it's no surprise the Samsung SyncMaster 226BW is best for games, but it's expensive and feature-poor.

Dell 24 S2417DG

As long as you don't pay retail, the Dell S2417DG is a decent addition to a budget Nvidia gaming setup.

Acer G225HQ

The G225HQ is nothing special, but it'll likely appeal to twitch gamers with next to zero input lag, its aggressive styling and affordable price. It's just a shame it's a gloss screen.

HP L1908w

HP's L1908w delivers a cheap but acceptable experience for users on a tight budget who don't want to risk a "no-name" brand display.

Compaq Q2009 LCD Monitor

HP's budget line 20-inch monitor doesn't deliver any surprises, either nasty or nice. You just get what you pay for.

Acer AL1951

Acer's AL1951 offers a decent option for gaming junkies and those wanting a large LCD display in a small frame.

EVGA UV Plus+

We suspect the market for DisplayLink devices is reasonably niche due to its limitations; however, for those doing simple work, it's a cheap way to get multiple monitors running.

Asus PA246

At AU$699, the PA246 offers great value. We're concerned, though, by the colour shift in the inversion pixel walk test under some colour profiles, and proper calibration will take a long time thanks to a lack of hardware automation.

Dell ST2220T

The ST2220T is certainly passable as a touchscreen monitor, with the IPS screen going a long way to increasing its appeal. Some poor design choices hold it back from greatness, though, and unless you have a burning desire for a touchscreen, you should be investing your money in a normal monitor.

HP Pavilion 27xi

As long as you have no advanced demands, the Pavilion 27xi will meet your basic needs with aplomb.