Pros: Color intensity
Pros: Color intensity
Pros: Solid performer. Decent stand, multiple inputs, USB ports, power port for speakers.
Cons: outdated format 1600x1200. Probably uses more power than newer panels.
Pros: Great for gaming
“ The ASUS VG248QE is an awesome monitor for FPS and Racing games! Its enhanced refresh rate is amazing at 1ms response time and the low input lag of less than 5ms is unheard of. Some serious advances in TN technology have been made with ASUS’s VG248QE. Also now we're almost getting as good colour representation as with the favourite budget IPS panels. So beautiful colors just like the IPS...” --hatlesschimp
“I have 3 of these in landscape surround. Picked them up on amazon for $415 shipped to my door. They are very light, very sleek and aesthetically pleasing. The color production on each monitor is identical, and good enough that i find anything to complain about without putting it directly next to a better IPS. I use the monitors for gaming mostly and they work fine for quick response FPS...” --dcyoung
“I love it so much im trying to find another on the cheap” --Zig-Zag
“I have owned two of these since May of 2006. The monitors have outlasted several systems. moved to several new systems, and are in a word, solid. I recently tested this with a new desktop/gaming build and was surprised how it looked when being driven by a MSI GTX-760. A little slow in refresh compared to current panels according to specs, but it was hard to detect and observe visually. If...” --Dan-H
“I will not pretend I am an expert on monitors, or that this monitor is perfect, but it does what it promises. It is an 1080p panel that offers IPS clarity on 60Hz. The main cons are ..it's own attributes, you will not get very high res and not a higher frequency. I personally do not see any problem with the resolution since it's perfectly fine for small budgets since otherwise a very high...” --fateswarm
“I've had the W23 for about 2 years now, and it has yet to fail me. Since it's pretty wide but the resolution is low, it works best on a team with 2 or more other monitors. It comes with its own remote, which is handy as the switches on the bottom are difficult to use. It's really heavy, so transport is difficult. Also, the power cable it comes with is way too short so you have to have an outlet...” --Fonzie1225
Clear, sharp images at a maximum resolution of up to 1920x1200 pixels Wide aspect panel improves productivity with less scrolling and toggling Supports advanced features like PIP (Picture in Picture) and PBP (Picture By Picture) 4 USB 2.0 ports — two located on the side of the display for easy attachment/detachment of peripherals 9-in-1 Flash card reader on side of the display Add...
D-Sub: 1 DVI: 1 Stand Adjustments: Tilt HDCP Support: Yes Recommended Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Brightness: 250 cd/m2 Contrast Ratio: 10,000,000:1 Viewing Angle: 178Â°(H) / 178Â°(V)
“Initial Questions: Just placed my order for my U2412M and I'm wondering if there is anything I should know ahead of time or expect out of this monitor? - Things to do? - Applications to use to calibrate it? - Personal experiences? - Did I make the right choice? My answer! Now when UPS delivered my package I'm thinking. "Okay, this box is pretty small.." Reason being for this is because...” --Dustin1
Display Panel Size: 58.4 cm (23") Aspect Ratio Widescreen (16:9) Panel Type, Surface: IPS (In-Plane Switching), anti glare with hard coat 3H Optimal Resolution: 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz Contrast Ratio: 1000 to 1 (typical), 10,000:1 (dynamic) Brightness: 300 cd/m2 (typical) Response Time: 8ms (gray to gray) Viewing Angle (178° vertical / 178° horizontal) Color Gamut: 82%2...