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Asus was one of the top five PC companies in India, as per the International Data Corporation's (IDC) Q2, 2019 unit market share report. Pixabay

ASUS on Monday showcased a new lineup of professional and gaming displays at CES 2020, including the ultra-portable ZenScreen MB16ACE and all-around solid TUF Gaming VG27AQL1A.

The new ZenScreen MB16ACE is a portable 15.6-inch Full HD display that effectively doubles available workspace when using the monitor in conjunction with a typical 1080p laptop – meant for business travellers.


It weighs 0.7kg (1.56 lbs) and comes in at just 8mm thick. It also comes with a new and improved smart case.


Asus Motherboard in frame. Flickr

It features an anti-glare IPS panel that is TUV Rheinland-certified for flicker-free operation at any brightness level.

Meanwhile, the TUF Gaming VG27AQL1A aims at demanding gamers with an all-around combo of fresh styling, a high 165Hz refresh rate and incredibly low response time (1ms MPRT), IPS display for vivid colors and wide viewing angles, a GPU-friendly 2560×1440 resolution, and the unique ELMB (Extreme Low Motion Blur) Sync technology from ASUS.

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According to the company, a host of exclusive features in the VG27AQL1A aim to give users full control over the display: GameVisual has six display presets to optimize visuals based on the game or application currently in use, while GamePlus adds persistent visual elements to the screen, like a crosshair or FPS counter, with just a few clicks of the display’s 5-way OSD joystick.

It also features ASUS Eye Care technology, featuring a flicker-free backlight and low blue light technology to help prevent eye strain during longer gaming sessions. (IANS)


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