Asus MB169B+ USB Portable IPS Display Monitor - 15.6 Inch
15.6" Asus MB169B+ Full HD Portable USB-powered IPS Black Display Monitor, 1920x1080, USB 3.0, 200 cd/m2, 700:1 Contrast
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15.6-inch Full HD display with a single USB 3.0 cable for power and data transmission.
Sleek and Ultra-portable
World’s slimmest and lightest USB monitors with a metallic finish.
Adjusting to Your Needs
Auto-rotating display bundled with the ASUS Smart Case – a two-way adjustable stand and protective sleeve.
The 15.6-inch MB169B+ portable USB-powered monitor needs just one USB cable for both its video signal and power to deliver up to a Full HD resolution. Thanks to the higher bandwidth of USB 3.0, experience fast, fluid images from your connected device that makes having an on-the-go multi-display setup a reality. What’s more, the MB169B+ is backwards compatible with a notebook or desktop PC USB 2.0 port.
With a slim 8.5 mm (0.3-inch) profile and tipping the scales at just 800g (1.76 pounds), the MB169B+ is the world’s slimmest and lightest companion display, ideal for a simple on-the-go dual-monitor setup and mobile presentations.
A durable metallic finish with a fine pattern of concentric circles makes the MB169B+ the perfect complement to your notebook. And for added durability, it comes with a protective carrying case that doubles as an adjustable stand for tabletop use.
Adjusting to your needs
The MB169B+ with Auto Rotate (patent-pending) can automatically sense its orientation and switches the display between landscape and portrait based on its position; also, featuring IPS panel ensures a better viewing angle and nearly no color shift promise. These features provide you a more user-friendly scenario.
Increased productivity with ASUS EzLink technology
The MB169B+ features ASUS EzLink technology that offloads graphics processing from the PC to dedicated hardware in the monitor. As a result, a PC can drive up to five MB169B+ monitors at the same time, regardless of its own graphics capability — it just needs sufficient USB ports. EzLink also automatically restores application window positions as a MB169B+ monitor is connected and disconnected, and automatically rotates the image between landscape and portrait modes, as required. Features • 15.6-inch Full HD portable USB-powered monitor with a single USB 3.0 cable for power and data transmission.
• World’s slimmest and lightest USB monitor with a sleek and metallic finish.
• Auto-rotating display bundled with the ASUS Smart Case – a two-way adjustable stand and protective sleeve.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Connectors||1 x USB 3.0|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||14 ms|
|Viewing Angle||160/160 (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||5 W|
|Dimensions (with stand)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||379 x 236 x 8.5mm (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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