Asus PG276H
Asus unveils 27-inch 120 Hz PG276H with 3D

03 Mar 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

Asus has unveiled a 120 Hz monitor for gaming. With the new 27-inch model Asus launches the world's largest 120 Hz monitor PG276H. PG276H also supports 3D with 3D glasses.

Asus PG276H with 120 Hz

Asus has not been in front in regards of gaming monitors which but now they strike back with PG276H.

Asus PG276H is the world's largest 120 Hz PC monitor. PG276H is aimed for users seeking the best gaming experience. 120 Hz means that you can enjoy 120 frames per second compared to at 60 frames per second for traditional LCD monitors.
This ensures a better and smoother gaming experience, and can help reduce response time by neutralizing the sample-and-hold effect on LCD monitors.

Asus PG276H
Asus PG276H, picture credit: Softpedia


Asus PG276H features a 27 inch panel with resolution of 1920x1080 in 16:9 aspect ratio. Asus also says that the monitors has 400 cd/m2 brightness, a dynamic circuit called ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio providing a dynamic contrast ratio of 20.000:1 (no words on native). PG276H has a response time of 2 ms (G2G) and viewing angles of 170/160 degrees.

3D support with Nvidia

Asus PG276H also supports 3D with 3D glasses. It utilizes the same 3D concept found in the new 3DTVs from the TV manufacturers.

In order to get a 3D effect you require the Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision set that comes with active 3D shutter glasses that is considered the best 3D technology today.

Asus PG276H will be available in June. Suggested retail price around 549-599 USD.



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