Well-priced and powerful, the Asus PB278Q is the best entry point for those seeking an extreme-definition monitor at a not-so-extreme price.
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.
Asus Designo Curve MX38VQ is sleek monitor with Qi wireless charging pad built into its base.
The Asus VG23AH nails it in price, features, and 2D performance, but falls flat on its screen in 3D.
The futuristic-looking HC102 headset follows the same spec formula as those from Acer, Lenovo and Dell.
The 24-inch professional-grade monitor seeks to satisfy graphic designers and other professionals alike.
The VH232H is great on build quality, but stumbles on image quality. Colour accuracy isn't its strong point, sharpness is set too high and movie watching over HDMI isn't the best; but if you just want to do some basic gaming, it might fit your bill.
The Asus MS238H is a low-priced LED-based monitor that performs well; however, its ergonomic issues hold it back.
The Editors' Choice Award-winning Asus PA246Q is a professional-class monitor with a satisfying number of features at an affordable price.
The ultra-wide curved monitor rocks an angular design with orange accents.
The Asus PA248Q is a low-priced IPS monitor that doesn't skimp on performance or features.
The entertainment-oriented Asus PW201 offers superior image quality and an impressive collection of video connections, but it costs more than competing 20-inch wide-screen LCDs and includes a Webcam that suffers from buggy software.
The MK241H is a decent performer for what it is, but for AU$100 more you could have the vastly superior Dell 2408WFP or Samsung 245T.
The ASUS PG221 is an improvement over its older 19-inch sibling and does a lot of things right -- the 'all in one' concept may annoy some though.
The Asus MS236H is an attractive monitor with a few shortcomings; the buttons are frustrating, and the lack of adjustability may annoy some. It does, however, represent excellent power savings, looks great and delivers acceptable performance.
Buy the LS201 if it matches your decor, or if you have unruly children, but there are better monitors available for the same money
The MS246H works well if you're trying to reach a certain design aesthetic, and unlike other "designer" monitors it doesn't command a ridiculous price — just be aware that with this aesthetic comes a lack of adjustability options and frustrating menu buttons.
The Asus VW223B is acceptable for its intended audience — those who need to add a second monitor cheaply, and are undemanding in its use.