Conclusion: Yup, you need the monitor and glasses to see the real effect Good 3D performance Clear and vibrant in 2D Well-built and good-looking screen £390 is a hefty introduction to NVIDIA's 3D Vision Viewing angles aren't great The ASUS VG236H monitor can be purchased from SCAN.co.uk * with and without the...
Conclusion: The Asus VG236H is probably the best of the 3D screens we’ve tested, but as the previous screens were dull, cheap TN panels that’s not actually saying much. The Asus does have a brighter than usual backlight that should have punched through the 3D Vision (sun)glasses with more effect, but we didn’t...
Conclusion: VG236H is a very successful 120 Hz monitor from Asus. The glossy, black frame is quite ordinary but the height adjustment feature is a nice addition. The glossy panel can be problematic at times, however. Color accuracy is very good, even in the Standard picture mode.
Pros: Color accuracy, Response time, Standard picture settings, 120 Hz and low input lag, Height adjustment stand
Cons: Viewing angles, Glossy panel, Minor backlight bleeding
Excerpt: Being the first monitor - with support for 3D - we have a chance to test, we were very keen to have him on our test bench. A first point of strength, which immediately catches the attention is undoubtedly the design .
Conclusion: Overall, the ASUS VG236H performed above my expectations. The SPLENDID Video Intelligence Technology allowed the monitor to quickly switch between five viewing modes: Scenery, Standard, Theater, Game, and Night View.
Pros: Includes NVIDIA 3D Vision Home kit, 23.6-Inch 1920x1080p widescreen display, HDMI, component video, and DVI input, 100,000:1 Contrast ratio (max), 2ms Response time (gray to gray), 120Hz Refresh rate improves definition, 3-Year warranty support, Compatible with 3D-DVD and 3D Blu-ray players, No s...
Cons: Lacks integrated stereo speakers, Requires modern GeForce video card, Expensive enthusiast product, Menu buttons blend into bezel
Excerpt: Before you scream, “Who in their right mind would pay $500 for a 23-inch twisted-nematic panel?!” know that this is a 120Hz monitor, and that Asus is putting Nvidia’s 3D Vision kit—a $200 product—inside the box.
Pros: Compatible with Nvidia's active shutter glasses and associated games.
Cons: Highly reflective screen; no DisplayPort; relatively wide bezel; no portrait mode.