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Asus VG VG23AH 23-Inch Screen LED-lit 3D Monitor

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  • Full HD 1080p, 3D LED-backlit IPS monitor with 178° ultra-wide viewing angle
  • ASUS All-in 3D Technology with instant 2D to 3D conversion via a designated hotkey for immersive stereoscopic 3D visuals
  • Cinematic 3D home experience with an ultra-crisp and -smooth display, and audio from built-in 3W stereo speakers
  • Vivid colors performance with 80,000,000:1 ASUS Contrast Ratio and Splendid Video Intelligence Technology
  • Extensive connectivity with dual HDMI 1.4, single-link DVI and D-sub
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Product Alert:IPS (In-Plane-Switching) is a new technology for LCD displays that offers users wider viewing angles and bolder colors by allowing more light to pass through the panel. As a result, IPS panels can exhibit a slight glow around the edges and corners (also known as light bleed), which is entirely normal.


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Product Description

The 23" ASUS VG23AH 3D IPS LED monitor unleashes immersive 3D, high-quality IPS visuals, and unmatched ergonomic comfort delivering a whole new dimension to your entertainment. Instantly activate ASUS All-in 3D Technology to convert what’s on screen from 2D to 3D by pressing the 3D button on the front bezel.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24.6 x 9.1 x 19 inches ; 21.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B008484Q6E
  • Item model number: VG23AH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,179 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 18, 2012

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By srikat on June 17, 2012
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At first I hesitated to buy this monitor since it has no reviews, but I just thought that I cannot go wrong with an IPS Monitor.
So I went ahead and bought it. This an excellent IPS monitor with support for 3D, especially because you don't need all kinds and bells and whistles for using 3D.

Hardware Used:
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Intel Core i7
SSD
Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti
8GB RAM
Windows 7 64bit

2D Performance :-
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The colors are very sharp and very vibrant with good black levels. The monitor is very bright.
The text is very clear.

3D Performance :-
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I tested the 3D using both DualLink-DVI and HDMI 1.4a. Like the ASUS guys pointed out, the 3D settings work very well
with HDMI 1.4a, we definitely shouldn't be missing that point.

Option #1 : Using "2D to 3D" conversion button
This feature just transforms whole desktop in 3D and the games
looks pretty good in 3D. I did not notice much of ghosting but this is my first 3D monitor
so not sure what best I can expect. We watched few Blu-Ray movies like Avatar and Monster's Inc
the 3d experience was amazing.

Option #2 : We tried using software based 3D Conversion feature of PowerDVD and watched above movies
and it was amazing and definitely almost comparable to "2D to 3D" button.

Other thoughts:
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Generally IPS monitors are expensive but this IPS monitor with 3D settings is very good value.
I have not tried yet by using 3D Blu-Ray players, I will update this review once I try it.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By BlueBomberTurbo on February 16, 2013
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A little background: I had original purchased an Acer GD235HZbid 24" 3D monitor, hoping to use it as a reference monitor for working with 3D video. What I received, though, was a monitor with a huge bright spot that took up the entire lower right side in 3D mode (was fine in 2D). Not to mention terrible backlight bleeding around the edges. Luckily, I got it from Amazon, so I was able to exchange it with no hassle and at no cost to me. That turned out to be a waste of time, though, since the second monitor had the same issue, though not as severe. Two strikes and you're out!

That brings me to this ASUS monitor. I already have an ASUS PA246Q P-IPS monitor as my go-to monitor for color correction of photos and video. Considering the big price difference, I wasn't expecting much for 2 bills. Boy was I wrong! Never heard of a "cheap" IPS monitor, and this one certainly doesn't break the streak. It's nice and bright, with very uniform color from any angle. I won't know about its color accuracy till I get my Datacolor Spyder3 Pro back from my friend (will update afterwards), but as expected, it doesn't look like the colors can pop as much as that P-IPS 10-bit screen. No matter, as it's at least on par with high end TNs, if not better, so you're seeing the same thing 95% of the rest of the world is.

Oh wait, it can do 3D too, you ask? YES! And, it's less stressful on your eyes than at least Acer's active 3D (paired with Nvidia 3D Vision 2). Most likely because your eyes are always seeing the video, instead of being rapidly shuttered back and forth. It might even solve the nausea that some people suffer from some 3D.

Here's where the title comment comes in. For video games, at least, don't expect them to look like the same 1080p you're used to.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By efficacy on January 29, 2013
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I'll preface this by saying that I'm not into 3D at all. I've always thought it was gimmicky and not very well executed. That being said, I still thought it would be cool to play Mass Effect 3 in 3D. Without a doubt...it's VERY cool. It brings a whole new dimension to gaming. Although I feel like I'm on drugs after playing for several hours straight without looking away from the monitor.

This monitor in particular though...seems like you get what you pay for. It's a passive 3D monitor which I read about but I suppose didn't fully understand until I got this one. An active 3D monitor doubles the refresh rate, making it 120Hz instead of 60Hz, and uses 3D glasses that have a shutter on each eye which alternate opening and closing at 60 cycles/second based on an infrared emitter that syncs the shutter to your display output. This passive monitor, uses non-active polarized glasses much like the kind you get at a 3D movie theater. The display outputs every other line of resolution for each eye to see separately to achieve the 3D parallax effect. When you hear people say that it's really only 1920x540 resolution, that isn't exactly true. Your PC is still rendering all 1080 horizontal lines of resolution; each eye however, is only seeing 540 lines independent of the other eye. Which is better? I don't know, they're both gimmicky and imperfect. I'd say active 3D is better, but it also costs $150+ more for the monitor and another $100+ for the nVidia 3D Vision Kit.

Using the 3D on this monitor works alright for games. However I had to angle the monitor upwards so that I was looking at it from a fairly shallow obtuse angle from the bottom. Otherwise the periphery of the screen was out of focus to me.
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