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ASUS Announces Designo Series LCD Monitors

ASUS Designo LCD monitors

ASUS has introduced their new line-up of Designo LCD displays that have stylish designs and support high definition (HD) video viewing. The LS246H is the latest addition and feature 50,000:1 contrast ratio, 2ms response time and Full HD 1080p resolution.

Taipei, Taiwan, March 15, 2010 – ASUS has introduced the latest addition to its existing range of Designo Series LCD monitors—the LS246H. The Designo Series incorporates the contrasting elements of the numbers 1 and 0, and straight lines and curves into an ultra-slim profile. The monitors feature ring stands with Ergo-Fit Technology, allowing users to make tilt angle adjustments easily, and come with 50,000:1 contrast ratio, 2ms response time, and ASUS Splendid™ Video Intelligence Technology to visuals in Full HD 1080p.

Designo LS246H
The ultra-slim LS246H front fascia features a seamless and mirror-finished front bezel; while its transparent crystalline base creates the optical illusion of it floating in mid-air. It features a delicate glacier-cut rear bezel with a silver ring stand. The LS246H also comes integrated with the ASUS-exclusive Ergo-Fit Technology which allows for tilt angle adjustments of the monitor with just one finger. Design elements like these make the LS246H a welcome addition to any modern living space.

Designo MS Series
The ultra-slim MS Series feature a sleek, geometric design that combines straight lines and curves with an ultra-slim 16.5mm profile that saves desktop space. The front fascia features a high gloss piano-black finish and a wave-contoured rear bezel finished in pearl-white. The monitor’s intuitive settings can be adjusted via LED sensor buttons located on its front fascia.

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