Overall, then, NEC's MultiSync 24WMGX3 gets most things right and delivers some great image quality without evidence of input lag. All is not perfect though, as you may experience some slight ghosting in certain fast moving scenarios and white saturation isn't as good as it could be.
Some of the additional features are useful, but others aren't so useful – the remote is an interesting inclusion and it really dictates the direction of the 24WMGX3. And as an entertainment and productivity hub, it works pretty well thanks to its huge array of connectivity options. Some would argue that there's no use for all of these inputs, but if you've got your PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii all in your bedroom, it’s an ideal solution that doesn't compromise on the image quality front.
Probably its only downfall is the MultiSync 24WMGX3's price – it's over £620 (including VAT) at the time of writing and that makes it quite an expensive albeit desirable monitor. For that price, we'd expect a 24-inch monitor to do something special, especially when BenQ's excellent FP241W is available for well under £450 these days and that has almost as many output options as the 24WMGX3.