Accurate color for a TF panel.
Really good horizontal view angle.
No dead or stuck pixels.
16:10 aspect ratio.
Very good set of adjustment options.
3 year warranty.
Very affordably priced.
DVI, VGA, HDMI, and component inputs are included.
Hard to find.
It's a TF panel.
No USB ports.
Frustrating OSD navigation.
So-so dark grayscale performance.
Image quality is only adequate.
Grain is present when viewing videos.
No integrated USB hub.
Some ports difficult to access.
By Benchmark Reviews on June 05, 2011
The ASUSVW266H maintains the 16:10 aspect ratio so desired by computer enthusiasts, while keeping the price down to manageable levels. There are bigger monitors out there for around the same price tag, but not at this aspect ratio, so watch for that....-
By Overclock3D on July 12, 2010
With more and more games being like movies as PC hardware technology improves the amount of eye candy available, and movies becoming more like games with lots of action and more CG than real props, the line most definitely is becoming blurred. It...80
By Expert Reviews on May 22, 2010
The VW266H has reasonably good picture quality, but it's not as good value as Iiyama's larger E2710HDSD-1...60
By PC Mag on October 05, 2009
The ASUS VW266H is a versatile 25.5-inch monitor with an incredibly low price. A generous selection of video inputs, a decent sound system, and overall solid performance make this a great deal for the...80
By BrightHub on June 22, 2009
So is this monitor too good a deal to be true? Can you really afford a monitor this big? Depends what you are doing. If you are going to be watching movies with any regularity, you might be better off buying a better,...80
By PCPer on March 13, 2009
The ASUS VW266H and VK266H offer an outstanding combination of features, screen size and price to really put a stamp on the LCD monitor market. If you are a gamer on a budget or just a PC user looking for a display that can also be used for your...-
By PC Pro on March 01, 2009
An excellent range of connections and good design, but the panel itself is disappointing...67
By Techgage on February 23, 2009
ASUS is a company that isnt necessarily well known for their monitors. I would say they tend to follow the pack, which is why their display offerings arent traditionally at the forefront of the business image. This puts reviewers in an awkward...-
By Digital Trends on February 10, 2009
According to Asus, the V in the VW266H’s rather convoluted model name stands for value, and the company delivers accordingly by serving up 25.5 inches of screen, full 1920 x 1200 resolution, and built-in audio with an MSRP of only $400. On paper,...80
By Computer Shopper on January 01, 2009
The Asus VW266H is far from stylish, but it offers slightly above-average performance and a large 26-inch screen at a reasonable price. HDMI and component-video inputs make it a versatile all-around HD display, though it lacks the handy USB ports...78