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Monitor and glasses

It emits...

The exciting back

Cable controlling

Yes, 3D it does

OSD action

Not the easiest to access...

The power of one...pair of 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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There it is. The built-in 3D emitter is adjustable and negates the need for a separate USB-connected emitter.
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Panel height can be adjusted by about 4 inches.
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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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Just in case you were unaware.
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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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Some of the most difficult-to-access connections I've ever had the displeasure of attempting to reach.
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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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