Asus VE276Q 27-Inch Full-HD LCD Monitor with Integrated Speakers

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Asus VE276Q 27-Inch Full-HD LCD Monitor with Integrated Speakers

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  • Display Port Support – simultaneous connectivity
  • 27″ Wide (16:9) – 1920 x 1080
  • 2ms Response Time
  • HDMI, DVI-D, 15-Pin D-sub
  • ASUS Splendid Technology

ASUS VE276Q – Dazzle your visual senses with the ASUS VE276Q. Embedded digital HDMI and DisplayPort inputs enable the most advanced graphic card and computer connectivity. Beautiful High Definition Visuals

From gaming to movie watching to Web surfing, enjoy bigger, brighter, and an all-around better visuals from the 27-inch ASUS VE276Q Full HD monitor at home or in the office. With ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio (100,000:1), experience bright whites and dark blacks that bring photos and scenery to life. 2ms Trace-Free Technology ensures smooth motion playback by delivering precise visual detail during fast-moving scenes. The VE276Q is built with user-friendly features such as AI Light that automatically detects surrounding light and adjusts screen brightness to help your eyes comfortably adapt to the display’s lighting. Splendid Video Intelligence Technology lets you easily optimize screen color and contrast to your preference by instantly selecting from one of the six preset s
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Asus VE276Q 27-Inch Full-HD LCD Monitor with Integrated Speakers

Asus VE276Q 27-Inch Full-HD LCD Monitor With Integrated Speakers

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  1. 61 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Incredible Monitor, Incredible Value, July 20, 2010
    By 
    Mark “Mark” (Texas) –

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    This review is from: Asus VE276Q 27-Inch Full-HD LCD Monitor with Integrated Speakers (Personal Computers)

    The monitor is spectacular and very much exceeded my expectations. I went for this monitor as I was hoping that they fixed some of the issues with their highly reviewed older series from 23″ on up. ASUS hit this one out of the park. The design is a major improvement over the older 27″ with the wide bezels and flowery design on the speaker grill at the base of the monitor frame. ASUS has removed 1″ or so off the bezel width, which is nice for dual/eyefinity/matrox/surround setups. The new one has image quality much higher than other TN models that I have owned in the past. It is very well calibrated out of the box, but a little too bright for my tastes, needed to turn down the brightness settings. The speakers are nothing to brag about, but they are there hidden away and work just fine. The colors are completely consistent throughout the monitor as well. The monitor can be viewed at all angles and it seems the color or image stays consistent, even while looking at it from off to the side 70+degrees from being centered.

    I would highly recommend this monitor to those on a budget who want a fast TN model without the lag/input delay or cost of an IPS monitor. I have returned monitors in the past for having bad colors / blurriness / viewing angles, but this one is definitely at the top of my list for TN panels in the larger 24″+ size range. I received it with 0 dead pixels, but I went through Amazon just in case as they are top notch at customer service.

    Pros:
    + Blacklight Bleed is non-existent
    + Image Quality very high
    + Easy to read Text
    + Incredible viewing angles
    + Quality set features/presets
    + Design with thin bezels
    + Physical Buttons, no touchscreen buttons
    + 27″ of screen
    + Speakers are not visible

    Cons:
    – Too bright at default settings
    – Premium price over last years model
    – Not IPS image quality

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  2. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good monitor, Crappy Stand, September 23, 2010
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    A. Aragon “Knowledge Breeder” (California, USA) –

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    This review is from: Asus VE276Q 27-Inch Full-HD LCD Monitor with Integrated Speakers (Personal Computers)

    Apparently everything in this coveted 27 inch range skimps on the stand to save money.
    As for this monitor, it has a lot of inputs, good response time and looks great. I’ve heard a few complaints online for the input switching etc. But for a nice monitor with no frills that’s gaming worthy, it’s pretty great.

    Good color, easy on the eyes.

    My only complaint is that it’s very low to the base and there’s no way to raise it. It only tilts and it’s a bitch to tilt, you can barely tilt it if you want to and it’s simply TOO low on my desk I have to look down at it, which looks a little weird viewing angle-wise. So prepare to prop this up on a book or something. If you have an elevated spot for the monitor it could be perfect.

    This one seemed better than a lot of the other 27 inch monitors, which also get bashed for their crappy stands, but besides that, nothing to complain about so far, I’ve had it a few months with no issues.

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  3. 87 of 117 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    I didn’t want to hate you! I swear!, October 15, 2010
    By 
    D. Mistofsky
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    This review is from: Asus VE276Q 27-Inch Full-HD LCD Monitor with Integrated Speakers (Personal Computers)

    I pride myself in very rarely having any issues with items I purchase due to my thorough research based upon professional and consumer reviews. So far this has left me with very few product issues throughout my life… until now.

    First let me start off by stating that 1) I work in the computer industry 2) I’m a gamer and hardcore PC user 3) I only make purchases with positive reviews 4) I own an ASUS product that I love and couldn’t live without (Eee PC 1005 netbook) and 5) Despite utilizing everyone else’s reviews, I’ve never given back to the community by reviewing my product… well that is about to change.

    So how could I go wrong with 4 ½ out of 5 stars with 5 reviews on Amazon (at my purchase time), countless EXTREMELY positive reviews on that “newer” egg site, and coupled with the fact that I own an ASUS product and it has worked wonders for me?

    Well I could go wrong by buying this monitor and I’m now on my third (second from Amazon) monitor which is currently packed up ready to ship back.

    First monitor I purchased worked despite a significant amount of light bleed and so I returned it to the brick and mortar store because I thought I might get a monitor with less light bleed and Amazon was SOOOO much cheaper, especially in California where you have to pay a hazard fee of $16 on top of taxes and donate your first born to the State (I made that last part up… for now).

    What a mistake that was, or maybe a blessing in disguise in the long run to avoid future problems?

    The first monitor I got from amazon actually had significantly less light bleed then that from the brick and mortar store, had no dead pixels, and worked fine despite being delivered via UPS in a box that looked like it had fought in Vietnam or more likely tied via rope to the back of the UPS truck and dragged to my house for 10 miles. About 3 weeks later, during work, the monitor turned off. Before you freak out and ask did I try a new cable, or perhaps video drivers, etc.? Yes I tested it all and my second monitor on hand worked fine with the same DVI cord, power cord, power on, bla bla.

    The display ports… all of them weirdly enough… decided to die. So I promptly called Amazon and they offered to send a new monitor out and gave me a shipping label which I promptly slapped on that monitor and sent away.

    New monitor (second from Amazon) arrived and set it up and turned it on and “Holy dead and stuck pixel batman”. The left side of the screen looked like someone had keyed my monitor’s pixels and then for good measure they decided to sprinkle stuck red and green pixels all over the left-bottom half of the screen for jolly good Christmas measure. There are also several grouped dead pixels on the top edge of the screen as well although less “in your face”.

    About ¾ of the red and green pixels have now gone unstuck after running countless programs to aid in that issue but the dead pixels remain, obviously, as they are dead and not just stuck. The backlighting is also horribly uneven. Use a plain background as your screen saver, such as red, and the top is dark red and the bottom is light pink.

    Sigh… back she goes and I’m done with ASUS.

    While I package this baby up, I’m writing from my P2770H monitor which typically I think this current brand is overpriced and overrated but it’s working GREAT and looks, in my aesthetic opinion, much sleeker and performs so much better. Yes the brightness on the Samsung is like staring into the sun, but you can easily turn that brightness down.

    Frustrated as I must be to be that one out of a million guy that not only got one bad monitor, but three, I must regretfully have to rate this monitor very low.

    So final suggestion? It’s Buy at your own risk knowing that most are happy and perhaps I’m a fluke but maybe you will be too..

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