Computex 2012 - Whilst walking around the ASUS booth today out at the Nangang Computex hall, we ran into the ASUS Wireless Monitor. As far as we can tell, its just an early design at this stage and it hasn't been given a model name yet.
This monitor uses Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) technology to wirelessly stream content from another WiDi compatible device directly to the Wireless Monitor. Intel has been pushing WiDi for a couple of years now and while it hasn't gained massive market momentum, Intel keep pushing.[img]2[/img]
As far as the specs go, this monitor is 27-inches in size and supports a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080. It also features ASUS Smart Contract Ratio of 80,000,000:1, a response time of 1ms (gray to gray) and if you wish to not go down the wireless route, it still comes with a single DisplayPort input as well as two HDMI inputs. It also comes with two 2-watt stereo speakers.[img]3[/img]
We don't have any other details on this product at this stage, but it's something to watch.
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