The Dell UltraSharp U2713HM is an excellent monitor that will satisfy both the performance snob and the features diva alike.
With thoughtful design, great performance, and plenty of OSD features, the Dell UltraSharp U2412 fills its value quotient to the brim.
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.
The Dell P2210 is a low-price, feature-rich choice for all your office and general computing needs.
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.
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.
A top-quality, full-featured LCD monitor with an entry-level price.
The Samsung SyncMaster 2233SW lacks many bells and whistles, but makes up for its shortcomings with a low price.
Samsung's attractive "cream" monitor has a lot of upside, once you get the annoying base unit snapped on.
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.
As long as you have no advanced demands, the Pavilion 27xi will meet your basic needs with aplomb.
If you just need it for high-frame-rate gaming, the Acer Predator XB272 is a great option. But otherwise it's a bit lackluster for the money as a general-purpose monitor.
The Samsung SyncMaster B2330HD takes some calibrating before it performs well, but is low priced and offers lots of features.
The Dell G2210 offers stellar performance and an energy conscious interface at a low price.
The HP L1940 is an average-priced 19-inch LCD with decent image quality and so much adjustability that it's a tad unstable.
The ViewSonic VSD220 offers tablet-like features with Android software while still working as a regular monitor. Sadly its poor performance, unimpressive display and lack of inputs means it's not great as either a tablet or a monitor.
The Black Jewel's super-high contrast ratio and fast response time make it one of the best monitors for movies and games. It also looks great, but it's let down by its lack of widescreen and a slight loss of detail in near-white tones
Dell's UltraSharp U2713HM does come in cheaper than Samsung's S27A850T, and offers USB 3.0 as well. It is quite power hungry, though, and a faint "criss-cross" pattern on light screens may irritate some. Ultimately, its biggest competitor is the monitor that came before it: the U2711.