Asus MX27AQ 27" LED Monitor with AH-IPS Panel
As a large surface, arguably the first thing you’ll notice on someone’s desk is their monitor, which is why if you appreciate design at home or need to make an impression in the office, it needs to be good looking. The MX series has this in spades, with the MX27AQ having recently picking up the 2015 iF Award for it’s brushed metal style stand, an ultra-slim profile that measures just 1.25cm at its thinnest point and an edge-to-edge frameless panel with a bezel thickness of just 0.1cm.
On the display front – WQHD resolution provides up to 25% sharper images and 77% more onscreen space than similarly-sized Full HD displays (89 PPI versus 109 PPI). The appeal to professional and pro-sumers extends beyond the outer design as the MX27AQ features an ‘advanced high performance in-plane switching’ (AH-IPS) panel that delivers 100M:1 smart contrast ratio and 100% sRGB color space, as well as 178-degree wide viewing angles to eliminate color shift when viewed from the side, like when you’re showing friends or clients for example. ASUS QuickFit Virtual Scale is also built into the OSD software.
It’s 5ms response is good enough for casual gaming and it even has ASUS GamePlus inside too. ASUS Eye Care with anti-flicker and blue-light filter technologies are also built in.
Lifelike WQHD visuals
Designo MX27AQ has a 27-inch 2560 x 1440 WQHD display which provides up to 25% sharper, detailed images and 77% more onscreen space than similarly-sized Full HD displays. MX27AQ features an advanced high performance in-plane switching (AH-IPS) panel that gives an impressive 100,000,000:1 contrast ratio and 100% sRGB color space for realistic visuals, as well as 178-degree wide viewing angles to eliminate color shift when viewed from extreme angles.
2015 iF Award-winning, ultra-slim frameless design
Designo MX27AQ recently picked up a 2015 iF Design Award and has an ultra-slim profile that measures just 1.25cm at its thinnest point – this space-saving design makes it ideal for any living or office space. It has an edge-to-edge frameless panel with a bezel thickness of just 0.1cm. This simple but elegant design is further accented by a sturdy metal stand with a sundial-inspired base
Powerful, immersive ICEpower, Bang & Olufsen technology-enhanced audio
Designo MX27AQ gives users truly immersive audio through a combination of advanced hardware and professional audio processing. MX27AQ features ASUS SonicMaster audio technology, incorporating ICEpower, Bang & Olufsen technology. SonicMaster refines every acoustic detail to deliver crystal-clear sound with richer, more distinct vocals and a wider frequency range. MX27AQ has an embedded ICEpower, Bang & Olufsen technology MobileSound 3 chip and ASUS SonicMaster technology to deliver incredible home theater-quality audio through its two built-in 3W stereo speakers.
MX27AQ also features the ASUS AudioWizard function, with four pre-set audio modes (Music, Movie, Gaming, User) to suit the task at hand; these can be accessed through an on-screen display (OSD) menu.
ASUS Eye Care Flicker-Free and Low Blue Light technology
Designo MX27AQ features ASUS Eye Care technology, with TÜV Rheinland-certified Flicker-Free and Low Blue Light technologies to reduce instances of eye strain and other damaging effects on the eye for users who spend long hours in front of a display. MX27AQ also comes with the ASUS Blue Light Filter to shield users from harmful blue light. These filter settings can be easily access through the new OSD menu.
Designo MX27AQ gives users unrivaled compatibility with most multimedia devices, with a variety of video input options including DisplayPort 1.2, dual HDMI ports and a HDMI / MHL 2.0 port. The latter lets users view content stored in MHL-compatible devices on the MX27AQ, and simultaneously charges the mobile device when connected. Features • WQHD (2560x1440) - Provides four tiomes the pixel resolution of standard 720p and 77% more room than a full HD display.
• IPS - Ultra-wide viewing angle In-Plane Switching technology panel is optimized for the finest image and colour quality.
• 100% sRGB - Compatible with 100% sRGB colour space for digital images and the Internet.
• Audio Wizard - Easily change sound settings or choose one of the several presets based on personal preference.
• Flicker-free - Clear the annoying flicker and brings comfort viewing experience.
• Low blue light - Effectively reducing blue light, for visual pleasure.
• Frameless Design - Frameless, edge-to-edge design has a bezel thickness of only 0.8mm.
• Ultra Slim - Award-winning design of ultra-slim profile plus exquisite sundial-inspired stand.
• Energy Star - Complied with ENERGY STAR for enviromental protection & money saving.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Refresh Rate||50Hz - 75Hz|
|Response Time||5 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178°/178° (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||38.67 W|
|Monitor Colour||Black/ Grey/ Silver|
|Dimensions (with stand)||614.4 x 429.5 x 225.4 mm (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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