ASUS MS236H Monitor Review
The ASUS OSD is certainly comprehensive. Starting from the left we have the predefined colour schemes. These aren't hugely different from each other and mainly seem to effect the the contrast. Second one along is the brightness and contrast itself. Always the first port of call as "out of the box" monitors are always set up to be blindingly bright so the image looks good in the shop, rather than the dark confines of your room.
Moving along to the colour temperature, which should always be normal although slight adjustments are sometimes necessary for certain tasks or variances in monitor panel. Not all TN panels are built the same.
Should you desire to change your input via the menu, rather than the specialist button, you can do so in the next one along.
Finally the system setup menu is where you can adjust the volume, aspect ratio and other settings. As well as hit the "reset to defaults" should you tweak a little too much.
The aspect control is a little bone of contention, as it contains full and overscan, but not 1:1 mapping.
Demonstrating the colour modes is difficult as all the modes are within a gnats chuff of each other. However as we have this handy backdrop with a lot of colour shift and some very fine detail that can quickly get swamped with vigorous contrast adjustment. Hopefully you'll be able to distinguish here.
Naturally the differences are more visible with the naked eye rather than via a camera lens.
Standard mode Theatre Mode
Game mode Night View mode