|Standing screen display size||20 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
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Asus VP228HE 21.5” Full HD 1920x1080 1ms HDMI VGA Eye Care Monitor,Blacklight
|Display Size||20 Inches|
|Hardware Interface||VGA, HDMI|
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- 21. 5” Full HD (1920x1080) with 1ms response time for crisp visuals featuring HDMI and VGA connectivity
- Asus Eye Care technology lowers Blue light and eliminates flickering to reduce eyestrain and ailments
- Built in 1. 5W stereo speakers allow for full sound without external speakers
- Exclusive game plus adds in-game viewing for adding a crosshair, timer, FPS, counter and display alignment
- Asus Rapid replacement 3 Years Service with free cross shipping
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ASUS is a Taiwan-based, multinational computer hardware and consumer electronics company that was established in 1989. Dedicated to creating products for today’s and tomorrow’s smart life. ASUS became widely known in North America when it revolutionized the PC industry in 2007 with its Eee PC. Today, the company is pioneering new mobile trends with the ASUS ZenFone series, and it is rapidly developing virtual and augmented reality products as well as IOT devices and robotics technologies. Most recently, ASUS introduced Zenbo, a smart home robot designed to provide assistance, entertainment, and companionship to families.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1600 x 900 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||20 inches||21.5 inches||20 inches||21.5 inches||23.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions||20.20 x 14.70 x 7.90 inches||19.60 x 8.30 x 15.10 inches||18.35 x 7.17 x 13.58 inches||20.10 x 7.20 x 15.60 inches||23.54 x 8.33 x 18.28 inches|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||60 hertz||75 hertz||60 hertz||75 hertz||60 hertz|
|Size||1||SB220Q series (1920 x 1080) 75Hz||20"||—||—|
The 21. 5” Full HD (1920x1080) Asus VP228HE delivers the speed you need, built with 1ms response time and game plus technology for a better gaming experience. Asus-exclusive eye Care technology helps to reduce eyestrain and ailments with flicker-free backlighting and various levels of blue light filters.
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You won't get deep colors on this either, the whole display looks washed out. I spent about 15 minutes trying to improve colors, but resulted in no meaningful improvements.
This monitor offers nothing more than other cheap bargain monitors, but is about 10-20 dollars more expensive. For a cheap 1080 60hz monitor, save some money and get the AOC E2270SWHN instead.
For gaming at the advertised "120 hz"? Forget it. Out-right false advertising.
where can i start? how about the only good thing:
This is literally, the only thing i look for when buying a gaming monitor... that's why i bought the 2013 ASUS, and that's why i bought this one. this thing is fast and responsive, and it feels good playing on it. same deal as the 2013.
Manufacturers never actually specify input latency, but you can usually deduce it from the pixel response time and the refresh rate. This monitor has a very respectable 1 ms/75 hz... and as expected, there is no perceptible input lag, even when playing fast action games from the 80s and 90s on FPGA hardware.
That's it for the good news...
read on for the abysmal everything else:
so, the viewing angle is bad from left to right... but it's SO BAD from top to bottom, that it's impossible to position my head properly so that i can see an even picture from top to bottom. It's absolutely pathetic. It would suck trying to play local multiplayer on this junk.
I've never seen a worse viewing angle on any display, ever... maybe an original Gameboy, or something like that is worse. I'm not exaggerating at all.
By comparison, my 2013 asus had a viewing angle over 170 degrees.
well... i mean... it's fairly bright if you are looking right at it, but it just looks washed out. Again, i'm comparing it to my 2013 model which was EXTREMELY bright.
the colors are nowhere near accurate, but only an idiot would buy a $100 and expect an accurate color reproduction.
to compare it to my 2013 asus, the colors on that panel were overly bright and saturated, but it looked great for gaming...
the colors on this panel are washed out and lack contrast. It just looks awful.
it has speakers, but they are, again, complete garbage... this is normal (and at least it has speakers)... but there is no way to connect external speakers or headphones if you are using HDMI. What the....?
Oh, and get this... there are no volume controls... you have to use the awkward button interface to navigate to a THIRD LEVEL MENU TO ADJUST THE VOLUME!!!! What the...? I've never seen anything like it in my life.
There are 3 connections hdmi, vga + audio in. I haven't used the VGA yet, but i will check it out in a day or two. I'm not even gonna bother with the audio in. if you are using VGA, plug your audio into literally ANYTHING else, and it will be better than this.
By comparison, my 2013 Asus had 2 HDMI ports, one VGA port, and both audio in and audio out (which doubled for headphone output). It even had dedicated volume controls!!! What the...?
This company has created a product which obviously neither the designers nor the quality assurance team cared about. If you need a gaming monitor with a fast response time, and you can overlook the TERRIBLE everything else, this might be an ok monitor for you if you can get it for under 100 dollars... (and you can't find anything else at that price point)
otherwise... you should buy literally anything else. I've never seen a worse monitor. Maybe try something from Sceptre, Acer, or LG if you are looking for a cheap gaming monitor.
I screwed up because I thought I had HDMI out on my pc, but I didn't. I had DVI and VGA video outputs. I have a video capture card that uses HDMI video input. It's been a while and I forgot what I had!
So I had to buy an adapter cable, DVI to HDMI. It works great!
I love these new monitors. I have one hooked up to VGA and the other to HDMI (DVI)
I can't tell which one is better. I have seen the complaints, but I don't have a single complaint. Plug and play and they are spectacular! Especially for less than a hundred bucks each.
And yes, there are definitely the 4 tiny screw holes on the back so you can mount these to an arm. They had rubber plugs in them. Pull the plugs and insert your screws. I had to buy longer screws for these monitors. The plastic on the back seems to be a bit thicker than my last monitors. I bought 4mm X 16mm screws with locks and flats.
I made an excellent choice. If you buy one I don't think you will regret it.
There's also something horribly wrong with the contrast; it's like it's perpetually low. Even at high contrast, all of the colors are far too pale. All shades of black blend together and it can't come remotely close to displaying a real black. I spent a solid 2 hours trying every combination of settings possible to fix this, with no success.
I can't see any reason for anyone to buy this monitor.