Asus 27" White VC279H-W IPS Monitor
• In-plane Switching panel with LED Backlight in Frameless & Slim design.
• Advanced eye care feature with Blue Light Filter & Flicker free.
• Embedded Wall mount hole for multiple using scenario.
Exclusive GamePlus function
Exclusive GamePlus function hotkey to enable OSD crosshair and timer functions. Select from four different crosshair to suit your gaming environment, and keep track of spawn and build times with the on-screen timer.
VC279 series feature with In-Plane Switching technology panel with a 178° wide-view angle that minimizes color shift on both horizontal and vertical planes to ensure quality visuals from almost any direction.
80,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio
With ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio (ASCR) of 80,000,000:1 and 250cd/m² brightness, VC279H-W augments display contrast and sharpness by adjusting backlighting luminance to achieve the deepest blacks and brightest whites for truly lifelike visuals
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. VC279H-W 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 Features Panel Size : Wide Screen 27.0" (68.6cm) 16:9
Panel Backlight / Type : AH-IPS
True Resolution : 1920x1080
Full HD 1080P : Yes
Display Surface Non-glare
Pixel Pitch : 0.311mm
Brightness(Max) : 250 cd/?
Contrast Ratio (Max) : 1000:1
ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio (ASCR) : 80000000:1
Viewing Angle (CR?10) : 178°(H)/178°(V)
Response Time : 5ms (GTGs)
Display Colors : 16.7M
SPLENDID Video Preset Modes : 8 Modes
Skin-Tone Selection : 3 Modes
Color Temperature Selection : 4 Modes
QuickFit (modes) : Yes (Letter/A4/Alignment Grid/Photo Modes)
GamePlus(modes) : Yes (Crosshair/Timer)
Low Blue Light : Yes
HDCP support : Yes
VividPixel : Yes
Stereo Speakers : 1.5W x 2 Stereo RMS
Blue Light Filter
Signal Input : HDMI, D-Sub, DVI-D
Analog Signal Frequency : 30~80 KHz(H)/ 56~76 Hz(V)
Digital Signal Frequency : 30~80 KHz(H)/ 56~76 Hz(V)
Power On Mode : <29.1 W (Based on Energy Star 6.0 standard)
Power Saving Mode : < 0.5 W
Power Off Mode : <0.5 W
Voltage : 100 -240V, 50 / 60Hz
Chassis Colors : White
Tilt : +20°~-5°
VESA Wall Mounting : 100x100mm
Slim Design : Yes
Frameless Design : Yes
Phys. Dimension with Stand (WxHxD) : 24.51 x 17.40 x 7.87 in
Phys. Dimension without Stand(WxHxD): 24.51 x 14.66 x 1.83 in
Box Dimension (WxHxD): 27.24 x 20.15 x 6.45 in
Net Weight (Esti.) : 9.7 lb
Gross Weight (Esti.) : 13.9 lb
Quick start guide
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Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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