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Thursday, March 04, 2010
Asus Unveils New 3D Gaming Monitors, Audio Kit at CeBIT 2010


Visitors at the Asus' booth at CeBIT in Hannover have the chance to see the company's new 120Hz full HD 3D monitors, the Bravo 220 graphics card as well as the and a soundcard-headset combo dubbed 'Xonar Xense.'

With Avatar demonstrating the effect of 3D on audiences worldwide, ASUS has taken up the challenge and come up with a new lineup of screens to bring the experience home.



ASUS VG236H and the world's largest 120Hz gaming monitor, the 27" PG276H, are full HD 3D displays, combining LCD execution with sights previously exclusive to the cineplex. Both employ alternate-frame sequencing in conjunction with active shutter glasses, doubling screen refresh to 120 frames per second. The results are smooth 3D doing true justice to the latest AAA game titles?an increasing number of which support 3D, especially using NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision.

Hand in hand with gaming goes multimedia performance, so ASUS has both sight and sound covered this CeBIT.



The Bravo 220 graphics card serves as a centerpiece of home theater PCs, combining ASUS Splendid Plus with light sensors to offer reactive video quality that matches ambient conditions. The Bravo 220 also comes with the Bravo Media Center, allowing users to enjoy movies, videos, music and photos using a remote control and interface. Bravo also operates at a silent 0dB.

Working together with Sennheiser acoustics professionals, ASUS has developed soundcard-headset combo Xonar Xense. While most PC gamers suffer from miniscule headphone output, Xonar Xense pumps out a 7Vrms power through a built-in headphone amp.



Games come to life in 118dB sound clarity, supporting EAX, DirectSound, Dolby technology and many other standards. The GX 2.5 audio engine features the Game Profile, a utility to maximize audio by genre.


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