Summary: LOVE LOVE this monitor. Works great and the price.. you can't beat that! Worth every penny. If you like playing online gaming this is a must have. Great for COD games. The color and the response time is great!
Summary: Was happy with the price and quality of the monitor generally. The buttons to adjust settings leave something to be desired, and the monitor arrived with an unsightly bright green dead pixel in the upper left hand corner. Games look great, comfortable work space for a dual screen setup. Bright blue led light on the monitor can be a bit straining depending on how reflective your desk is.
Summary: I was in the market for an upgrade (larger screen and Full HD) to the monitor I had been using for several years and the Asus VH238H was my final choice. I read many reviews on several makes and models from Consumer Reports, CNET, Newegg and Tiger Direct and the Asus VH238H model rated above many (value and performance). This model is full 1080 HD, HDMI input and with a 2ms response time which compliments high performance graphics cards.
Summary: Fast monitor, nice set up! All the ports one would need, beautiful design. Price is great and hopefully this monitor lasts a long long time... I think my next monitor will be similar to this one but with 3D support, my only regret.
Summary: This monitor is fairly good, but there are some things that would really make it simpler for some of us who are a little technically challenged. First, the instructions are terrible. They decided to print so many languages that you have to work to find the English part, and very little of that is helpful. I could have used much more instuction in what cords were best to use (HDMI/DVI) and how to make sure the right one was selected/recognized. 2.
Summary: I bought this to replace a 22 inch Polaroid Hd tv and I must say I am very impressed. I use it primarily for gaming, and I love how fast the response time is on it. It has vivid colors, and I love how it turns on and off so quickly. The only complaint that I have is I tried to squeak the settings of the monitor myself and had quite a bit of trouble. Also I can't decide between the theater and scenery modes...