ASUS announces MX25AQ 25-inch monitor

ASUS announces MX25AQ 25-inch monitor

Despite 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels) pushing its way onto everyone’s TV set or monitor, the majority of people still use or purchase displays at Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) or even WQHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels). This is due to the fact that 4K displays are still too expensive and most modern video cards cannot output 4K content at acceptable frame rates. For people who still do not need 4K, ASUS has presented a new 25-inch monitor that runs at 2560 x 1440 pixels (WQHD), called MX25AQ.

The new monitor comes with very thin bezels and a stylish design. The stand of the MX25AQ is made of metal and this adds more value to the monitor by making it look better and by making it more stable in all kinds of conditions. The new ASUS monitor sports AH-IPS technology behind the display, 178-degree viewing angles, 300 cd/m2 of brightness , 5 ms of response time and a dynamic contrast ratio of 100 million to one as well as 3W built-in speakers. In the back the MX25AQ offers a single DisplayPort 1.2 connector and three HDMI ports with one of them supporting MHL.

The price and the availability date of the MX25AQ are still unknown.

Source: ASUS

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