For those who would like to take advantage of NVIDIA’s 3D gaming technology, a good place to start is the ASUS VG278H 27" 3D display. While it is $650 it comes with NVIDIA’s 3D Vision 2 glasses and 3D LightBoost thanks to the LED back lighting. In this case a TN monitor makes sense as it gives a quick response rate and the viewing angle matters less as your 3D glasses also have a very limited sweet spot. Hardware Canucks did feel that 27" is a bit large for 1080p resolution but that is part of what keeps the price low compared to other 3D displays and they did notice crosstalk, a problem which plagues many 3D displays. If you feel the need to game in 3D you could do worse than the ASUS VG278H.
"Being one of the first 120Hz capable 27" monitors, the ASUS VG278H caused a stir when it was first announced alongside NVIDIA’s 3D Vision 2. Even though it incorporates a TN panel and a resolution of only 1920 x 1080, its price is low enough to be tempting for anyone that wants stereoscopic capabilities without breaking the bank."
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