Monitor and glasses

The Asus VG278H really isn't anything special to look at, but it does include Nvidia's 3D Vision 2 glasses and a built-in 3D emitter.
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It emits...

There it is. The built-in 3D emitter is adjustable and negates the need for a separate USB-connected emitter.
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The exciting back

Panel height can be adjusted by about 4 inches.
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Cable controlling

Swivel is included as a feature, but from the effort it takes to actually rotate the monitor, you may feel a slight desire to reach for a bottle of WD-40.
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Yes, 3D it does

Just in case you were unaware.
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OSD action

The OSD array buttons are laid in out in a logical-enough way, but it's the way each functions that becomes annoying and frustrating.
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Not the easiest to access...

Some of the most difficult-to-access connections I've ever had the displeasure of attempting to reach.
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The power of one...pair of glasses

The VG278H comes with a pair of Nvidia's 3D Vision Kit 2 glasses. The glasses have a more comfortable fit and do a much better job of keeping out ambient light than the first-gen specs.
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