|Screen Size||23 inches|
ASUS ML239H 23-Inch LED Monitor (Black)
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- LED Powered enables 50,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ration
- IPS panel with 178?(H) / 178?(V) Ultra Wide Viewing Angle
- Full 1080P HD with HDMI
- Exclusive SPLENDID Video Intelligence Technology optimizes video performance and image fidelity
- Ring Stand with Ergo Fit II Technology enables Easy Tilt and Swivel
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-Price: $180 is cheap relative to the other eIPS monitors of it's size on the market. The next comparable monitor was at $230.
-Warranty: 3 Years Limited, I wanted this monitor to last at least 3 years through my next PC upgrade. I trust ASUS warranty because I have used their warranty on my laptop for a heating problem which they were able to fix. Also, their LCD repair facility is near here so I will only have to ship it 1 Zipcode away (or drop-off).
-Size: 23" is the sweet spot for me, I have used 24" before but it felt too wide for my tastes while 22" is nice but it does not fully cover my peripheral vision like this monitor.
-Weight: I have to move my monitors between my homes and I was pleasantly surprised by how light this monitor is in comparison to regular LCDs I have used in the past.
-eIPS: This deserves its own bullet point. I frequently watch from my bedside around 1 and a half feet away from the monitor. With my old laptop LCD there would be extreme color shifting that would occur if I moved my head at all. This monitor is perfect in that I can watch it from almost any angle with no noticeable color shift.
-Overdrive response time: I have noticed no ghosting in comparison to my LCD on my laptop, if anything this monitor seems to be faster than that built-in monitor.Read more ›
What you will notice, however, is the difference between a TN and IPS screens. IPS is the best monitor technology available right now and it is quite expensive. This monitor is not true IPS, but it is in a class called e-IPS. With IPS you get incredible viewing angles and much richer colors. I have had this monitor for two days now and I am blown away. The colors are true and makes any TN screen I have used in the past look bland.
There are definitely better monitors out there, especially when you get into true IPS technology. In order to get those, however, you will be spending $400 at the minimum. At $200, this monitor cannot be beat. I know there are nice Viewsonics that are in this price range, but you are paying for the name and getting old TN technology out there. The ASUS ML239H 23-Inch LED Monitor is in the ranks as some of the Dell UltraSharps that run twice as much. My biggest concern was do I spend $200 on this monitor or go with a larger TN screen for around the same money. Now that I have it set up, 23 inches is plenty and I made the right choice.
My order from Amazon came in perfectly.Read more ›
+ Great colors
+ Great Viewing angle
+ Works great with Macbook Pro
+ Text is crisp and easy to read
+ Audio out for hooking up external speakers to play sound from HDMI
+ Low cost
- Wobbly (requires sturdy desk)
- No VESA mount (which seems to be normal for ultra thin monitors)
- On screen menu has delay and buttons are hard to press
- Piano Black finish is big finger magnet, seemingly worse than normal
- Can see through plastic below monitor to grid pattern when light hits it right
(it seems to be either the plastics too thin or the paint used was not enough)
The only real big problem I have with this monitor and why I'm giving it a four stars and returning it is the screen is way too wobbly. I read reviews noting the wobbly-ness, but what was failed to mention was the oscillating effect on this monitor versus a more rigid monitor stand. I have a less than stable desk and when I type it causes the desk to shake slightly forwards and backwards. The problem with this monitor is it starts to oscillate and continue to wobble for a good few seconds after the desk stops shaking. I hope to post a video soon to show the wobble versus a Samsung monitor that has a non-adjustible stand. Unfortunately, the monitor's wobbliness is a side effect of having the one finger adjustment design. Although, being able to adjust the tilt and angle with one or two fingers is nice, for me it doesn't outweight the oscillating effect making typing unenjoyable.
Of course, if you have a sturdy desk, do consider this monitor, it's a great monitor for the price!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its not bad but I wouldn't buy it again. Expected better picture quality for the price.Published 14 months ago by zhhz
This is the best monitor I've ever seen. The colors put all other monitors to shame, and the acute viewing angles make it a joy to share with friends, yet it's still fast enough... Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by Wurzin
Looking at reviews for this monitor, I figured it would be a big upgrade for me from my 19" Acer x193w that I have had for years. Read morePublished on February 10, 2012 by Angers4014
After reading stellar reviews both in Amazon and
in other on-line reviews, I recenly purchased an ASUS ML239H 23-inch LED Monitor
through Amazon. Read more
I found out about this monitor on consumer reports. It has great quality, and a small footprint. My only complaint about this product is, when the computer goes to sleep... Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by USMCguy
Although I have not had this monitor more than a month, my first impressions are excellent. I did a ton of research on monitors(for some strange reason) on CNET and of course... Read morePublished on December 26, 2011 by webh
I liked this monitor so much I bought another one and replaced my Dell 21". So now I have dual set of these! The price is amazing for how awesome this monitor is. Read morePublished on December 25, 2011 by Jesse B.
My first thought out of the box was that it looked cheap and was a pain to assemble. While the instructions were simple, the screws would not easily go in far enough to hold the... Read morePublished on December 25, 2011 by Jesse Rorabaugh
Looking for a monitor to pair up with PS3. Did a little research and found this one. Like the picture quality it delivers. Read morePublished on December 22, 2011 by Amazon Customer
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