Asus recently has introduced a new lightweight LCD monitor named Eye Care VA27DQSB. The IPS display model should combine a comparatively large screen diagonal with good equipment and an IPS screen that is particularly easy on the eyes.
Although the field of FHD monitor LCD is now comparatively large, Asus VA27DQSB IPS panel screen diagonal measures 27 inches, having a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The manufacturer puts the horizontal and vertical viewing angles at 178°, which is typical for the IPS panel. The color space was not specified, but given the 16.7 million colors that can be displayed, it should not be extraordinarily large.
The maximum brightness is 250 cd/m², the contrast ratio is 1000:1. According to the manufacturer, the response time should be 5ms, the refresh rate is specified as 75 Hertz. Adaptive Sync is supported, although both AMD and Nvidia cards should be supported in this regard. According to Asus, it is compatible with cards from the GTX 10, GTX 16, and RTX 20 series. The image output should be synchronized in the range between 48 and 75 Hertz.
The lightweight LCD monitor model receives image signals via HDMI and DisplayPort. A headphone output is available as well as a USB hub with two ports. Two 2 watt speakers are installed. Asus advertises the extensive ergonomic functions, so the display can be rotated, tilted, and adjusted in height. A thin frame should simplify the implementation of multi-screen setups, a VESA recording is integrated, the same applies to a pivot function.
Price and availability
Amazon recently has also listed the Asus ZenBook 13 UX325 in the US, which will cost around $799 and will come with the latest Intel processors, Windows Hello and USB Type C with Thunderbolt support.