Dansdata heeft een review van de Asus VR-100 3D bril in elkaar geknutseld. De bril kan gebruikt worden in combinatie met de V3400 en V3800 TNT/TNT2 kaarten van Asus. De reviewer doet niet erg blij over de bijgeleverde software:
All of this means that setting up the glasses for any given game is an exercise in frustration. Assuming your monitor works with the VR-100 (which, to be fair, it probably does), some or all of your games are likely to be OpenGL-only, and therefore complete non-starters. For Direct3D games, you twiddle the utterly undescribed sliders, run your game, peer at the screen, quit out, change the settings again, run the game again, lather, rinse and repeat. The manual doesn't tell you what to do, the effects of your changes are hard to see, there's no way to save the settings that work for a particular game, and, as if that's not enough, the software is rather unstable and crashes regularly. Of course, running and quitting and running and quitting system-hog 3D games isn't the greatest recipe for Windows box stability at the best of times.
En de bril zelf, die ziet er nogal maf uit :