"If you are in the market for an all-purpose 24-inch monitor with a high end PVA panel, the good news is that the Hyundai W241D is cheaper but broadly as good as the competition. After all, it shares the same panel technology. Similarly, several of its minor glitches, such as slightly oversaturated colours and a touch of inverse ghosting, are very likely present on its key competitors.
In that sense, the choice is fairly simple in the 24-inch segment at the moment. Those with tight budgets will put up with the relatively poor viewing angles, mediocre contrast and dull colours that TN+Film units consistently suffer from. People who can stretch a bit further can enjoy a more vibrant but not necessarily more accurate PVA model. If you fall into the latter camp, the W241D should be on your shortlist.
Admittedly, it's a shame that there's nothing based on the latest IPS panel technology and offering a little more accuracy available in 24-inches currently. But unless you're a graphics or media professional who demands seriously tight colour control, odds are you be very happy with the W241D or one of its PVA-powered brethren."