Excerpt: The Asus VH242HL-P is one of only two monitors we tested with a stand that tilts, swivels, and is height-adjustable. The 23.6-inch display is based on a six-bit TN panel with FRC and a native resolution of 1920x1080. The monitor’s default setting prevents changes to brightness and contrast, so we switched to User Mode to tune the monitor when using DisplayMate. Red, green, and blue were all set to 100 percent here, but the entire display nonetheless over-emphasized blue.
Pros: Stand tilts, swivels, and is height-adjustable; uniform black level; displays text very well.
Cons: Had to sacrifice brightness for color accuracy; some colors caused blooms of intensity.