Full HD 1080p and HDMI
Experience ultimate multimedia enjoyment with ASUS LCD Monitors that support Full HD 1080p resolution for more vivid and realistic visual experience. Through embedded HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) input, the monitors deliver multichannel audio and uncompressed digital video through a single cable for Full HD 1080p visuals. Additionally, with High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) support on media such as Blu-ray discs, ASUS LCD monitors deliver unsurpassed image integrity and quality.
Trace Free Technology
With the growing popularity of watching videos and playing games on computers, having a quick response time has become a basic requirement of LCD monitors. Trace Free Technology reduces the response time of ASUS monitors, eliminating ghosting and tracers during video playback. It does this by controlling voltage levels when driving liquid crystals, resulting in response times from 5 ms (on/off) to 2 ms (gray-to-gray), and therefore ensuring fluid and clear video playback.
ASCR (ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio) Technology enhances the display’s dynamic contrast ratio, which adjusts the brightness according to the content so that the picture to be displayed in better dark level and vivider color, creating sharper and brighter images, especially during video and movie playback. The dramatic difference that this new technology makes can only be experienced on ASUS LCD monitors.
Color Shine Technology
Color Shine Technology employs multiple coating color film in place of a single film for exceptional smoothness on the panel. Three major advantages:
- Enhances color density and saturation
- Clarifies images borders
- Improves image clarity and reduces reflection
ASUS LCD monitors which adopt anti-reflection Color Shine panels are the best choices for gamers and graphics professionals.
Aspect Ratio Control
Viewing 16:9 (such as 1080p) video content or 4:3 images on a generic widescreen LCD monitor usually results in distortion. With ASUS widescreen LCD monitors, however, you’ll have the option of selecting either a 1:1 or 4:3 aspect ratio from the OSD menu to ensure that the original image is displayed perfectly.
DCDi (Directional Correlation De-interlacing) technology improves the quality of low-resolution video by de-interlacing the images and eliminating jagged edges along diagonal lines. This technology is often used in high-end LCD and plasma TV sets. The ASUS VK266H and VW266H LCD monitors both incorporate DCDi technology to enable you to derive greater satisfaction from video content like fast-paced sports or action movies.