Is this the evo monitor


#1

I know there’s also one that’s Asus VH236HL-P so I wasn’t sure if this is the exact Evo monitor.

Canada Computers - Asus VH236H, 23" Widescreen Full 1080p LCD Monitor, 1920X1080, 5ms, 20000 :1(DCR) w/2x2W Stereo Speakers, VGA, DVI, and HDMI


#2

think so but check this out: http://shoryuken.com/f8/evo2k10-monitors-alienware-243252/


#3

that’s not it. you want the ASUS VW246H. i just bought one recently and its awesome!

Buy.com - ASUS VW246H Widescreen LCD Monitor


#4

EVO 2009 was ASUS VH236H.
EVO 2010 was Alienware AW2210.


#5

That’s not it. The 2009 EVO Monitor is 23" not 24.


#6

I think I have found the monitor I can use to replace my Samsung T240HD. That Alienware AW2210 has everything I need expect pivot, but that is easily fixed.

And, if it’s good enough for fighters, it should be good enough for shmups.


#7

does ASUS make one…a lil bigger?


#8

my bad

ASUS VW236H 23"

ASUS VW246H 24"

ASUS VW266H 25.5"

they’re all the same but just different sizes


#9

Monitor Q

Anyone notice much of a difference between 5ms and 8ms gray-to-gray response times in monitors?

I’m going to buy two 23" monitors. I like the idea of either two U2311H monitors (UltraSharp U2311H 23 inch Monitor Details) or two P2311H monitors (Professional P2311H 23 inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor Details).

  • The U2311H is from the Ultrasharp series and uses in-plane switching (IPS) for better viewing angles and more vivid colors. However, it has an 8ms response time.
  • The P2311H is the Pro series, which is a TN, but offers 5ms.

However, after seeing this post, I realize that a 2 or 5ms response would be better for playing GGPO.

I don’t care about speakers in a monitor… I’d prefer one without speakers actually. I need the following in a monitor:

  • 1920x1080
  • Pivot function built into stand (like both of the above monitors)
  • Low response if possible (=< 5ms)
  • IPS (not TN) so my angles will look better when in portrait mode
  • 22-23"
  • DVI input
  • Energy Star 5 and other power saving features (low power… I’ll be running 2!)

If that Dell Evo2k10 monitor had a pivot function I would buy two RIGHT NOW. Anyone have any ideas for my monitor choice?


#10

Sorry to answer my own question, but I did more research and found the input lag on the U2311H to be quite good (~10.6ms): Dell U2311H Review. I bought two and I eagerly await them.


#11

SurfKahuna, how does Dell U2311H performs for gaming, esp. fighters? It does look interesting replacement for my TN monitor, altough both have no speakers, no hdmi and both have 6-bit per colour.