ASUS releases new AH-IPS monitor

ASUS releases new AH-IPS monitor

The Taiwanese ASUS has released the new 27-inch VX279H-J computer monitor that features the latest AH-IPS display technology. The monitor works at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels, 0.311 mm pixel size) and measures 622.6 x 210.1 x 441.3 mm for total weight of just 4.6 kilograms.

The new VX279H-J monitor comes with 5 ms of response time and 178-degree viewing angles as well as 250 cd/m2 of brightness, a static contrast ratio of 1000:1, a dynamic contrast ratio of 80 000 000:1 and two built-in 3W speakers. The monitor also features 3.5-mm audio jacks, two combined HDMI/MHL ports, one D-Sub port and a stand that can be tilted from -5 degrees to +20 degrees for better comfort. The included ASUS Splendid Video Intelligence technology further enhances colors in real time.

The price of the ASUS VX279H-J is unknown as of now. The device, however, comes with a 3-year warranty.

Source: ASUS

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