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News 07-18-10 04:40 PM

Asus VG236H 120Hz 3D-Capable Monitors Appearing on the Market
 
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It seems that Asus is finally joining the 3D monitor market too as it's first 3D-capable monitors are starting to become available on the market with a price of around $500 USD which may be a bit high. I'm talking about the 23-inch Asus VG236H, a Full HD 120Hz monitor that can be used with the 3D Vision active shutter glasses to display 3D content. The bigger 27-inch Asus PG276H is expected to be available later this year, probably by the end of it and of course this model will also be using a fast 120Hz panel and will be capable of displaying 3D content with the help of active shutter glasses. But back on the Asus VG236H, it is already listed on Newegghttp://www.tqlkg.com/image-3033447-10446076 with a price of $499.99 USD with Free Shipping and 3D Vision glasses bundled. Checking the global Asus website reveals that there are two variations of the monitor ' VG236H and VG236HE, although they seem to be exactly the same, so it just might be the same product, but for different regions named differently‚?¶


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Specifications of the Asus VG236H monitor:

Panel Size: 23‚?≥ (58.4cm) Wide Screen 16:9, TN
Native Resolution: 1920√?1080 pixels
Pixel Pitch: 0.265 mm
Brightness(Max): 400 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio (Max.): 100000:1 (dynamic)
Viewing Angles (CR‚?ß10): 170¬į(H) /160¬į(V)
Response Time: 2 ms
Video Inputs: Dual-link DVI-D (support NVIDIA 3D Vision), Component (YPbPr), HDMI
Power Consumption: < 60W operating, < 2W in standby
Monitor stand: tilt +15¬į~-5¬į, swivel and height adjustment
Dimension (WxHxD): 550.2x419.5x250mm
Weight: 7 kg

Looking trough the specs of the monitor you'll probably notice that it has 400 cd/m2 maximum brightness and 100000:1 dynamic contrast, another interesting thing about it is the fact that it is apparently a glossy display (not matte display), unlike all others already on the market. If it being with a glossy is a good or bad thing is yet to be seen and I hope to be soon able to test the monitor myself‚?¶ on and yes the monitor has a height adjustable stand‚?¶ ;)


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