ASUS releases new 23-inch Full HD monitors on European market

ASUS-VX238T


New ASUS Full HD monitors – the ASUS VX238T and the ASUS VX238H, will soon treat European customers. Both monitors belong to the ASUS budget monitor line but despite their relatively low price tag they offer quite a bit of technology and good looks.

Both models come with sleek design and offer a TN display with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, 250 cd/m2 of brightness and dynamic contrast ratio of 80 000 000: 1. In addition customers will get two built-in 1.5-watt speakers and support for Splendid Video Intelligence Technology – a technology that increases bright, contrast, colors and enhances picture quality. The VX238T and VX238H also come with a three-year warranty. As to response time and connectivity the VX238T offers response time of 5 ms and D-Sub and DVI-D ports, while the VX238H is faster at 1 ms and comes with D-Sub and HDMI connectivity.

The ASUS VX238T will sell for EUR 179, while the ASUS VX238H will retail for EUR 189.


Source: Ferra.ru

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