Asus PA248Q 24" LED Backlit IPS Widescreen Monitor 1920x1200 Resolution 300 cd/m2 Brightness 6ms Response Time 178deg./178deg. Viewing Angle -
The Asus PA248Q 24" LED Backlit IPS Widescreen Monitor comes pre-calibrated right out of the box with a variety of features including a 1920 x 1200 resolution, a 6ms response time, multiple connectivity ports, four USB 3.0 ports, a 16:10 aspect ratio and 16.7 million colors.
The PA248Q offers connectivity options including HDMI, D-Sub, DisplayPort DVI-D. The variety of connectivity options gives you the ability to connect your display to various devices and PC configurations.
The display of the PA248Q sports a stunning 1920 x 1200 resolution, with a 16:10 aspect ratio. The 16.7 million colors display all of your pictures and videos in eye-catching clarity. With a 6ms response time you can rest assured your videos and games will render without any lag. The 178deg. viewing angle allows for easy viewing and the swivel ability provides for easy viewing adjustments.
With four USB 3.0 ports you can connect any of your USB compatible devices directly to the monitor and transfer your pictures, videos other media at unparalleled speeds. The PA248Q includes Asus' own Splendid Video Intelligence Technology. This technology allows for optimal viewing based upon your content. With six available preset modes including scenery, standard, theater, sRGB a user mode you can see the display accurately. You can also utilize the picture in picture ability to see displays from two different signals.
- Expand your visual horizon with multi-display setup: An extensive array of connectivity and high compatibility options are available with the PA248Q including DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI and D-Sub; the PA248Q also allows users to use up to two or three displays simultaneously
- The World's First Monitor with Four USB 3.0 Ports: PA248Q sets a standard by being the world's first monitor with four USB 3.0 ports; users can easily plug in their devices and experience ultra-fast transmission speeds that are up to 10 times that of current USB 2.0 standards