Asus intros three new IPS panel monitors from its Designo ML Series

Asus extends its  award-winning Designo ML Series with three new additions, the 21.5-inch ML229H, 23-inch  ML239H, and the 24-inch ML249H models. The three LED monitors comes with super-slim IPS (In-Plane Switching) and Vertical Alignment panels with 178° ultra-wide viewing angles and bright 50,000,000:1 (dynamic) ASUS Smart Contrast ratio to achieve true dark/light definition through backlight luminance adjustment.

The monitors use mercury-free LED-backlit panels and feature sleek geometric design and a super-slim profile with elegant frame. They have double ring stand, allowing easy tilt and swivel adjustments and glossy piano black-finished bezel with LED touch buttons. All offer Full HD 1920×1080 resolutions, 250 cd/m brightness and 5ms (Gray to Gray)response time(8ms for ML249H). Asus also says that with the new monitors users can save approximately 37.2KW/hof energy while also reducing ultimate CO2 emissions by 23.6Kg a year. and they are packed with Eco-Mode that further reduces energy consumption by 55%, allowing for lower electricity bills.

Asus ML249H IPS panel Monitor

The monitors includes HDMI ,D-Sub,DVI-D 3.5mm earphone jacks, but unfortunately can’t reveal you additional details about pricing and release days.

Asus ML239H

Asus ML229H

Asus ML229H

Source: Asus

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