The AOC Agon AG241QX has a 23.8-inch screen retains the gamer-required specifications of a 144Hz refresh rate and 2560 x 1440 resolution. As well as that, the Agon promises decent ergonomics, an array of connectivity options as well as a good-looking stand and VESA compatible screen mounting. All of this for £340.99 at Amazon UK.
The Agon monitors does have aggressive styling, as expected by anything built for gamers, but they have kept it subtle. The monitor is slender, measuring about 19mm (0.75 inches) at its thinnest point.
The screen can be tilted back 22 degrees or forwards by 4 degrees. You can also swivel the screen 20 degrees to the left and right. There is even a scale so you can remember the favourite settings.
The screen surface here is of a medium (regular) matte anti-glare finish. The matte black bezels are slim, with the top and sides coming in at around 12mm (0.47-inches) and the bottom, 19mm (0.75-inches). The bottom bezel has a brushed effect rather than a plain matte.