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Asus VE276N

Asus VE276N
alaScore 87

416 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 416 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Monitors the Asus VE276N is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 416 reviews)

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Asus VE276N

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 6 user reviews of Asus VE276N from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.3/5 for other Monitors on Amazon.co.uk.

83% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: ASUS VE276Q 27-inch Widescreen LCD Monitor - BlackAsus VE276N 27 inch Widescreen LED Monitor (1920x1080, VGA, DVI-D, Full HD 1080p Visual Enjoyment, Excellent Visual Performance)

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Amazon.com review summary for Asus VE276N

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 108 user reviews of Asus VE276N from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Monitors on Amazon.com.

87% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Asus VE276Q 27-Inch Full-HD LCD Monitor with Integrated SpeakersASUS VE276Q 27-Inch Wide (16:9) 2ms Response Time Display Port LCD Monitor - Black

Expert review by:

Asus VE276Q

 

The Asus VE276Q is a low-price 27-incher that fails to offer as much as its contemporaries.

The Asus VE276Q includes built-in speakers, a large screen, and a good number of connection options for a fairly low price. It's also great for everyday use.

The Asus VE276Q's performance is lacking compared with its contemporaries; it lacks ergonomic options; and its speaker sounds muffled.

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Consumer review by:

awesome Asus monitor

 

not sure why the low ratings from by the CNET reviewer. think he probably may have got cocky and didn't bother reading the manual to get the correct adjustments. maybe CNET needs to hire someone with greater attention to details to do his job.

wow, what a monitor this Asus is, a totally beauty. can't beat the picture/product quality for the as tested priced of $298. no dead pixels, thin although not LED thin. at this price, nothing really comes closed, best 27" LED to price ratio by far

would be brighter if it's LED backlite, however, not a at all a con for the ultra low price/product quality

Consumer review by:

Fantastic monitor.

 

Terrific monitor. Unbelievably priced at 300 dollars considering its size. 2ms response times makes it ideal for games. I no longer have to lean in to read small print, the default 1920*1080 size on a 27-inch monitor is incredibly easy on the eyes....

Incredibly bright ; Auto-installs with Win7 directly to default res of 1920*1080 ; Super-crisp image ; Very fast response time, ideal for games ; Not a single bad pixel ; Headphone jack ; HDMI port ; Can sit far back and read the screen without a problem

Headphone jack is a bit awkward to get to, it's on the back facing up

Consumer review by:

A Real Review

 

The monitor is complete steal of a deal at 300$... any other monitor in its class and ive seen them side by side, is 700$+... I really think these editors get paid off by the brands themselves, Asus has been godly since day1... Godly tech support...

The Pricepoint is that of a 25" monitor, that being said this is a really good deal, bright, clear, like the other guy said just turn off gpu overscan in catalyst control centre, obviously the editor doesnt read the manual

Alittle bit of backlight bleed ; Not as crisp or bright as its LED counterpart

Consumer review by:

Asus VE276Q

 

Terrific monitor. Unbelievably priced at 300 dollars considering its size. 2ms response times makes it ideal for games. I no longer have to lean in to read small print, the default 1920*1080 size on a 27-inch monitor is incredibly easy on the eyes....

Incredibly bright

Headphone jack is a bit awkward to get to, it's on the back facing up

Consumer review by:

Fantastic monitor.

 

Terrific monitor. Unbelievably priced at 300 dollars considering its size. 2ms response times makes it ideal for games. I no longer have to lean in to read small print, the default 1920*1080 size on a 27-inch monitor is incredibly easy on the eyes....

Incredibly bright ; Auto-installs with Win7 directly to default res of 1920*1080 ; Super-crisp image ; Very fast response time, ideal for games ; Not a single bad pixel ; Headphone jack ; HDMI port ; Can sit far back and read the screen without a problem

Headphone jack is a bit awkward to get to, it's on the back facing up

Consumer review by:

A Real Review

 

The monitor is complete steal of a deal at 300$... any other monitor in its class and ive seen them side by side, is 700$+... I really think these editors get paid off by the brands themselves, Asus has been godly since day1... Godly tech support...

The Pricepoint is that of a 25" monitor, that being said this is a really good deal, bright, clear, like the other guy said just turn off gpu overscan in catalyst control centre, obviously the editor doesnt read the manual

Alittle bit of backlight bleed ; Not as crisp or bright as its LED counterpart

Consumer review by:

CNET EDITORS advice is wrong.

 

Buyers guide is wrong about the small 'letterbox' bands on HDTV content. All you need to do is turn your GPUS overscan on the appropriate amount with Catalyst Control Center

CNET EDITORS advice is wrong.. All you need to do is turn your GPUS overscan on the appropriate amount with Catalyst Control Center ; Nice size ; Contrast ratio astonishing 100,000:1 - At least double anything for its price ; Lots of ports

That this advice is incorrect and this awesome screen has been criticized

Consumer review by:

Asus VE276Q

 

Buyers guide is wrong about the small 'letterbox' bands on HDTV content. All you need to do is turn your GPUS overscan on the appropriate amount with Catalyst Control Center

CNET EDITORS advice is wrong.. All you need to do is turn your GPUS overscan on the appropriate amount with Catalyst Control Center

That this advice is incorrect and this awesome screen has been criticized

Consumer review by:

Asus VE276Q

 

The monitor is complete steal of a deal at 300$... any other monitor in its class and ive seen them side by side, is 700$+... I really think these editors get paid off by the brands themselves, Asus has been godly since day1... Godly tech support...

The Pricepoint is that of a 25" monitor, that being said this is a really good deal, bright, clear, like the other guy said just turn off gpu overscan in catalyst control centre, obviously the editor doesnt read the manual

Alittle bit of backlight bleed

Product Specifications

Configuration

Adjustable Display: Yes
Integrated Camera: No
Integrated Microphone: No
Loudspeakers:No / Yes
Type of MPR Radiation: No
Type of TCO Radiation: No

Connectivity

DVI Interface: Yes
HDMI:No / Yes
HDMI PORT:No / Yes
MHL:NO MHL
USB: No
VGA: Yes

Display

LED Backlight: No
Screen Format:16:9
Touchscreen: No

General Features

3D: No
Product Type:LCD
Type:LCD
Type of Monitor:LCD
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