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post #1 of 6
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Hey there folks.

I have finally saved the money for a 3D monitor...

Here are my options

1-) Asus 23 Vg236H

2-) Acer GN245HQMBID (not the GD version)

3-) Benq 2410T


They are all roughly around the same price range in Turkey. 700 US Dollars. Benq excludes emitter and glasses though.

For 3Dvision and 2D120hz gaming which one would you buy?

I will buy the monitor tonight.

Thank you.
post #2 of 6
Wish i knew more about the world of 3d Monitors , seems like a gimmick to me

But I cant say i would buy BenQ monitors

Had one for work and hated it

Acer is usually pretty dang good - Asus tends to be more expensive and very similar specs / performance

I would say choose the one with the rigth bezel for you, maybe one is more adjustable, better button placement etc
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post #3 of 6
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I adore 3D actually but more importantly even for 2d 120 hz monitors seem pretty good.

Considering that I am now using a 21 inch Samsung which has only VGA output i should be able to get a better picture nevertheless

Benq is my 3rd option as it is a bit hard to find.

But i am still undecided.

Darn it frown.gif
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I have the 27" Acer and really like it a lot in 3d mode. came with glasses and emitter was built in to the bezzle. smile.gif

With that being said I would either go with ASUS or Acer. Have had both be it regular monitors or now with the 3D monitor. If one is including glasses then I would go with that one as well.

if either puts the emitter in the bezel that is nice too. I don't remember if they do in the smaller monitors like they do on the 27" ones.

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post #5 of 6
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Originally Posted by jwalker150 View Post

I have the 27" Acer and really like it a lot in 3d mode. came with glasses and emitter was built in to the bezzle. smile.gif
With that being said I would either go with ASUS or Acer. Have had both be it regular monitors or now with the 3D monitor. If one is including glasses then I would go with that one as well.
if either puts the emitter in the bezel that is nice too. I don't remember if they do in the smaller monitors like they do on the 27" ones.
Just my 2cents. thumb.gif

Actually 24 inch Acer GN has built in emitter
but Asus 24 has the USB version

Thats a plus for the ACER one for sure.

Going crazy here to be honest.
post #6 of 6
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Ok guys I went with Acer GN245 due to it being a new model than Asus VG236H with built in emitter, better ghosting levels and HDMı 1.4a support...

I hope I dont regret it.

Friday cant come sooner.
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