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ASUS planning 24" WS LCDs and beyond

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| Posted: Feb 21, 2008 11:19 pm

ASUS has just announced plans to release a whole new range of LCD monitors in the near future, these ranging from 19" WS to 22" W, 24" W and even larger.

 

What is known so far based on the PR is that the 24" model (MK241H) features native HDMI and support for 1080p playback; it's native resolution is 1900x1200. A built-in 1.3MP webcam is also implemented.

 

The 22" variant is limited to a resolution of 1680x1050, also sporting HDMI and built-in webcam.

 

You can obtain more information about the upcoming monitors within the announcement here folks.

 



Taipei, Taiwan, Februrary 20, 2008 - Catering to users who wish to enjoy full HD enjoyment and engaging real-time video communications, ASUS, producer of top-notch LCD monitors, has outlined plans to bring in a new collection of built-in webcam LCD monitors in 19" W, 22" W, 24" W and bigger sizes. Designed to be the most versatile 24"W LCD monitor in the market, the ASUS MK241H LCD monitor features native HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) support for Full HD 1080p video playback; and has a built-in 1.3 Mega-pixel webcam and array microphones to deliver the best video and audio online communication experiences.

 

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