New 23″ ASUS VG236H Full HD Display with nVidia 3D Vision

ASUS 23" VG236HASUS released a new Full High Definition 23-inch display at 1080p that comes with nVidia’s 3D Vision and Trace Free II Technologies.

The new ASUS VG236H features a 120Hz refresh rate and a 2ms response time in order to deliver an amazing and ultra-smooth 3D experience in Full 1080p High Definition. The ASUS Color Shine technology provides a 400-nit brightness capability in order to provide vibrant colors for the user.  The ergonomic design features swivel, tilt angle and height adjustments in order to ensure the comfort of the consumer even after long use.

The ASUS VG236H comes equipped with input ports like YPbPr, Dual-Link DVI and HDMI in order to ensure a wide range of connectivity options.

The 23-inch ASUS VG236H Full HD Display comes with an nVidia 3D Vision Kit, which comes equipped with a pair of active shutter glasses and alternate-frame sequencing technology.

Combining the mentioned 120Hz refresh rate with the 2ms response time, the ASUS Exclusive Trace Free II Technology eliminates ghosting to ensure an amazing gaming and movie experience. The ASUS Color Shine Technology uses multiple-color film layers, reducing the light diffusion, thus allowing improved image clarity.

The ASUS VG236H is also very easily adjustable thanks to its ergonomic design. Consumers will be able to easily adjust the Display to almost any viewing angle.

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