15.6" Asus MB169C+ Portable USB Type-C Monitor
15.6" Asus MB169C+ Portable USB Type-C Monitor, 1920x1080, 5ms, QuickFit, Blue Light Filter
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Wide Screen ASUS MB169C+ Portable Monitor with USB Type-C
designed to keep you productive, especially when you're on-the-go.
The ASUS MB169C+ Portable Monitor features a 15.6-inch screen size and Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, and IPS panel giving you superbly stunning visuals. This unique lightweight monitor is the world's first USB Type-C powered display, and has an super-slim 8.5mm portable profile. ASUS Blue Light Filter and Flicker-free Technology both feature to protect you from harmful blue light and eyestrain ensuring an extremely comfortable viewing experience. Furthermore, this design makes the monitor super efficient for dual-display setups giving you an amazing sense of immersion, all you need is a single USB Type-C cable for power and video transmission. This ultra-modern monitor features the ASUS Smart Case design, a protective sleeve that also transforms into a three-way adjustable stand that you can quickly store away in your luggage when you're on the move.
Compatible motherboard: ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme Motherboard | ASUS Z170-Premium Motherboard
Compatible devices: MB169C+ is compatible with all DP Alternate (Alt) Mode or DisplayPort™ over USB-C™ devices
without the need for additional drivers.
Slim and Ultra-Portable Modern Design
800g weight | 8.5mm profile The ASUS MB169C+ Portable monitor works amazingly as a secondary display when you require dual-monitor presentations, and helps you get things organized more efficiently. The lightweight design is only 800g in weight, and with its ultra-slim 8.5mm profile, this monitor won't weigh you down when you need it most. ASUS MB169C+ is compatible with Windows 10 and Mac OS, meaning you're saved from the hassle of downloading and installing drivers.
Protect Your Screen with the ASUS Smart Case
flip to the three way adjustable stand When you're on the move you need to make sure your devices are protected in your suitcase or backpack when you need to tuck it away. With the ASUS Smart Case it serves as a protective sleeve keeping your monitor safe from any harm. Plus, the sleeve cleverly rotates into a three-way adjustable stand, so you can maximize any work station.
Dual Displays for On-the-Go Productivity
single USB Type-C cable for power and video transmission
ASUS MB169C+ uses less cables to work with ensuring a tidier work area, plus its the world's first 15.6-inch portable companion display that uses a single USB Type-C connection for both power and video transmission from your host device. The reversible USB Type-C connector makes connecting devices simple, and you won't be damaging the cable or port by plugging devices in incorrectly.
*MB169C+ is compatible with all DP Alternate (Alt) Mode or DisplayPort™ over USB-C™ devices without needing additional drivers.
Extend Your Screen on a Wide-view Angle IPS Panel
stunning visuals with accurate colour reproduction View amazing content on the MB169C+, this monitor has a Full HD IPS panel to give you stunning 1920 x 1080 resolution and visuals with outstanding colour reproduction. The wide viewing angles is provided by IPS technology, giving you better flexibility when extending your screen, so you can view it from various positions without the colours fading.
Flicker-free Technology Helps to Protect Your Eyes
enjoy your content without eyestrain Say goodbye to those weary, strained eyes. The MB169C+ features TÜV Rheinland-certified ASUS Flicker-Free technology to help reduce flicker for a more comfortable viewing experience. This technology helps lessen occurrences of eyestrain and other damaging ailments, especially when you spend long, countless hours in front of a display watching favourite videos.
Exclusive ASUS Features for Added Versatility
Ultra-low Blue Light Monitor The ASUS Blue Light Filter protects you from harmful blue light, and has four different filter settings which you can easily access through the new onscreen display (OSD) menu. ASUS Ultra-Low Blue Light technology helps protect your eyes by effectively lowering blue light emissions by up to 70%.
ASUS QuickFit Virtual Scale
the handy onscreen alignment grid ASUS QuickFit Virtual Scale gives you the added convenience of an onscreen alignment grid to help preview actual-size photos and documents prior to printing, and it's all done with a quick press of a hotkey.
ASUS GamePlus Enhances Your Gaming Experience
four different crosshair options ASUS GamePlus enhances your gaming experience with additional in-game crosshair options, and a timer function. You get four different crosshair options to suit your game environment, while the timer keeps track of elapsed time, especially being useful in real-time strategy games.
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