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Monday, 10 December 2012

Asus VG278H 3D Monitor

Indeed, there's a very strong argument that 3D Vision 2 represents a genuine technological leap over and above current LCD 3D displays.As the “27” and “G” in the name suggests, the VG278H is a 27” monitor that is part of ASUS’ Gaming lineup. This was the unofficial partner product for the 3D Vision 2 launch and seems to have been designed from the ground up to be a turnkey solution for anyone looking for anyone looking for a large stereoscopic monitor.
Not only is there a massive amount of screen real estate but an integrated emitter allows for multiple pairs of 3D Vision glasses to be wireless hooked up without additional components. While a TN panel may be par for the course for gaming monitors, a resolution of just 1920 x 1080 is certainly a bit disconcerting since typical 27” panels use 2560 x 1440 and even for a 24” monitor “1080P” is a touch on the low end.


Having defined the stereoscopic 3D experience for PC gamers, NVIDIA reckons its proprietary 3D Vision is ripe for improvement, rolling out a new range of hardware backed by some of the leading lights in PC display technology.The first thing you'll notice with the new 3D Vision 2 package is that the configuration of the active shutter glasses has changed significantly.