Features True-to-life Pictures Powered by LED
50,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio
Dynamically enhances the display’s contrast by adjusting the luminance of the backlight to achieve the darkest black and brightest white – delivering lifelike images.
2ms Response Time
Quick response time of 2ms (GTG) eliminates ghosting and tracers for more fluid video playback.
Full HD with dual HDMI ports
VE278H leads you to enter a big and spectacular world of colors with Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) support and dual HDMI ports.
QuickFit Virtual Scale
The ASUS-exclusive QuickFit built in the monitor provides real-size document, photo, and grid mode on top of the operating windows on the screen. It can activated via a hotkey on monitor and used as a guide to accurately view and edit photos.
• Supporting Formats:
• Document: letter
• Photo: 8”x10”, 5”x7”, 4”x6”, 3”x5”, 2”x2”
• Alignment Grid
Rich I/O Ports- Allow Simultaneous Connections to More Video Devices
VE278H wealth of I/O ports includes HDMIx2, D-sub, PC audio-in and Earphone jack. Simultaneous connect to Full HD Blu-ray Disc players and myriad HD playback devices like DVD players, audio devices and set-top boxes for limitless entertainment.
Splendid™ Video Intelligence Technology
The exclusive Splendid Video Intelligence Technology optimizes video performance and image fidelity by enhancing color, brightness, contrast, and sharpness. 6 preset video modes (Scenery, Theater, Game, Night View, sRGB and Standard) can be selected via a hotkey.
• Complete After-Sale Service
• 3-year system warranty
• 3-year panel warranty
• Free pick-up service (in specific countries)
• Mercury-free LED-backlit panel
• Corrugated cardboard packaging with at least 80% recycled content
• Slim-flat packaging allows more cartons to be fitted per cargo, reducing transportation costs and COv(2) emission
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 36 months
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
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