ASUS 15" ZenScreen HD Portable TN USB Monitor
15.6" ASUS ZenScreen MB168B Portable Monitor, TN, 1366x768, 11ms, 200cd/m², 500:1, USB 3.0
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15" ASUS ZenScreen MB168B HD Portable USB Monitor
Two Screens are Better than One The ASUS ZenScreen™ MB168B has been precisely designed to streamline your productivity wherever you are. Giving you easy access to an additional portable 15.6" companion display with just a single USB cable to deliver both it's video signal and power to deliver up to a 1366 x 768 HD resolution. It's sleek 8mm profile and low weight ratio it's small and light enough for you to carry with you plus it comes with a protective carrying case that doubles up as an effective stand.
Adding a Second Monitor has Never Been So Simple
One Cable Does it AllThe 15.6-inch MB168B portable USB-powered monitor needs just one USB cable for both its video signal and power to deliver up to a 1366 x 768 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 MB168B is backwards compatible with a notebook or desktop PC USB 2.0 port**
Sleek, Portable and Super-Lightweight
Simple, Intuitive and ready for when you need itThee ASUS MB168B boasts and ultra-slim 8mm (0.3") profile and tips the scales at just 800g, making this display the slimmest and lightest companion display. Perfect for busy workspaces where an extra display may come in handy from time to time.
Keeping Your Screen Safe
Protective Carry CaseA durable metallic finish with a fine pattern of concentric circles makes the MB168B 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
Auto-Rotate technologyThe MB168B with Auto Rotate (Patent-pending) can automatically senses its orientation and switches the display between landscape and portrait based on its position; while backlight brightness is also automatically adjusted based on environmental lighting—getting brighter in the light and dimmer in the dark.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Connectors||1 x USB 3.0|
|Response Time||11 ms|
|Viewing Angle||90 / 65 (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/Dynamic Contrast Ratio||500:1|
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|Power Usage (Switched on)|
|Dimensions (with stand)||379 x 236 x 8 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)||0.8 kg|
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