Asus VZ249H 23.8" Ultra-Slim Monitor With IPS Panel
ASUS VZ249H has a space-saving design with an ultra-slim profile that measures a mere 7mm at its thinnest point. Its frameless design makes it perfect for almost-seamless multi-display setups that give you an even greater degree of immersion. An advanced high-performance IPS panel gives you an astonishing 80,000,000:1 contrast ratio and wide 178° viewing angles. In addition, ASUS Eye Care technology ensures a comfortable viewing experience.
Ultra-slim 7mm profile
VZ249H takes up very little desktop space and fits well in any setting, its ultra-slim profile measures just 7mm at its thinnest point.
Perfect for multi-display setups
Whether you're playing games, watching a movie, or getting some work done, VZ249H's frameless design means two or three monitor setups are virtually seamless, giving you a panoramic display for an even greater degree of immersion.
Protect your eyes with ASUS Eye Care technology
Ultra-low Blue Light Monitor
The TÜV Rheinland-certified ASUS Blue Light Filter protects you from harmful blue light, and you can easily access its four different filter settings via a hotkey. VZ249H has undergone stringent performance tests and has been certified by TÜV Rheinland laboratories, a global provider of technical, safety, and certification services, to be flicker-free and to emit low blue light levels.
• Level 1 is ideal for normal web browsing, and gives you excellent color reproduction for lifelike visuals, minimal color shift.
• Level 2 is ideal when you're viewing photos and videos, giving you a perfect balance of high image quality.
• Level 3 gives you the look of real paper, making it ideal for long hours of reading or word processing.
• Level 4 is ideal for environments with dim ambient light.
It's time to say goodbye to those tired, strained eyes. VZ249H features TÜV Rheinland-certified ASUS Flicker-Free technology to reduce flicker for a comfortable viewing experience. This technology helps minimize instances of eyestrain and other damaging ailments, especially when you spend long, countless hours in front of a display watching favorite videos.
Wide 178° viewing angles
VZ249H has an advanced high-performance IPS panel that provides an astonishing 80,000,000:1 contrast ratio and wide 178°viewing angles. This LED-backlit display covers the entire sRGB color space — ensuring extremely accurate color reproduction for professional-grade photo and video editing, or for home entertainment. Features • Stylish ultra-slim profile is only 7mm thin
• Frameless design suitable for multi-display use
• ASUS Eye Care technology features Low Blue Light filter, Flicker-Free technology
• IPS technology with stunningly wide 178° viewing angles
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||5 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178/178 (°H/°V)|
|Color Gamut||72% NTSC|
|Color Bit Depth||8-Bit (16.7M Colors)|
|Speaker Configuration||1.5W x2, Stereo, RMS|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||<25W W|
|Dimensions (with stand)||540 x 391 x 211 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||540 x 323 x 37 (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)||2.9 kg|
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