Includes NVIDIA 3D Vision Home kit.
23.6Inch 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.
Useful number of ergonomic touches and connection options.
Compatible with Nvidia's active shutter glasses and associated games.
Lacks integrated stereo speakers.
Requires modern GeForce video card.
Expensive enthusiast product.
Menu buttons blend into bezel.
A green tint problem.
High black level loses dark detail in movies.
Highly reflective screen.
Relatively wide bezel.
No portrait mode.
By Atomic MPC on January 14, 2011
Too pricey, but otherwise...80
By Expert Reviews on November 22, 2010
We enjoyed 3D gaming on this monitor, but it’s very expensive and not compatible with the key standard for 3D imaging – HDMI 1.4a....40
By HEXUS.net on November 12, 2010
3DASUS has bought into NVIDIA's 3D Vision ecosystem with the release of two 23in monitors. Known as the VG236H for the package which includes NVIDIA's 3D Vision kit and VG236HE for the standalone 3D monitor, the fully-loaded bundle, which throws...80
By ImpulseGamer on October 25, 2010
Real 3D has finally come to the PC with the ASUS VG236H that supports 120Hz for flawless 3D and more particularly a refresh rate that is on par to CRT monitors. Yes my friends, a new breed of monitor is available for gamers and when it comes to...85
By PC Advisor on October 20, 2010
Although the Asus is expensive for a 23in LCD monitor with a TN panel, the cost may be more than worth it should you have the necessary 3D kit as well. The reflective glass screen is annoying, but otherwise this is a very decent flat-panel and a...80
By Neoseeker on October 18, 2010
My main thought is that 3D Surround isn't quite a mature technology yet. First and foremost, there were a few hiccups here and there with 3D Vision. Second, many games tested could not span on all three displays. Most of them however were games...-
By Benchmark Reviews on October 11, 2010
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. Each mode had it's own set of...-
By Bit-tech.net on September 29, 2010
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...60
By FlatpanelsHD on August 19, 2010
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...-
By Overclock3D on July 21, 2010
I think we all need a good lie down after that, so congratulations if you've made it this far.With so much said in the main portion of the review, thankfully this conclusion will be hopefully briefer. I've tried to cover all the positive aspects...70