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An IPS monitor with 3D?!

Tilt and height adjustment

Cable organization

Wobblty wobble

Sigh...

Two HDMI ports

Glasses and clip-ons

In action

While the vast majority of 3D monitors have elected to use Twisted Nematic (TN) panels, the Asus VG23AH puts all its eggs into In-Plane Switching technology.
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The Asus VG23AH offers tilt, height adjustment, and (not demonstrated here) swivel.
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Cable routers are one of those little appreciated extras you don't realize you need until you're attempting to shoot a video and the producer is yelling at you about how messy the cables look.
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The foot stand is wide, but boy does the monitor still wobble.
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Don't get me wrong, the OSD options are pretty robust, but the interface...no. Just, no.
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From left to right: HDMI 1, HDMI 2, DVI, and VGA. The black audio input is for headphones and the green for speakers.
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Up top are a pair of passive 3D glasses. While they easily fit over my own glasses, that might not be the case for everyone. In that case, Asus generously includes a pair of clip-ons for your glasses.
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You'll be the coolest-looking 3D nerd on your block with these.
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