It might seem pretty weird calling a £600 / $650 monitor ‘the budget option’ but that’s exactly what the Asus PB287Q is in the burgeoning 4K space. When the first 4K screens I tested cost six times as much you can probably see why I might get a bit excited about a ‘cheap’ 4K display hitting my testbench. This is the first realistically affordable monitor I’ve checked out, rocking that full 3840x2160 native resolution, and it’s lovely. I had my worries, but Asus has put together a 4K screen that can claim bargain status without looking anything like a budget monitor. How have they managed this feat when others are into four figure price tags?