Asus VE248Q 24-Inch LED Monitor

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Asus VE248Q 24-Inch LED Monitor

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  • Full HD 1920×1080 with HDMI
  • DisplayPort, HDMI, VGA, and Built-in Speakers allow for simultaneous connections to more devices.
  • Allows for simultaneous multiple display setups via AMD’s Eyefinity technology.
  • ASUS SPLENDID Video Intelligence Technology
  • LED Backlight with 2ms
  • ASUS two way free shipping for all Display RMAs in the US and Canada!

24Inch LED 1920X1080 1080P VE248Q HDMI DP 2MS Splendid
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Asus VE248Q 24-Inch LED Monitor

Asus VE248Q 24-Inch LED Monitor

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  1. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Final Review!!!, May 23, 2012
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    This review is from: Asus VE248Q 24-Inch LED Monitor (Personal Computers)

    Overall Review
    First impression is extremely attractive with a beautiful MATTE screen, zero glare. It did take a little while for me to get it to display my desktop. You have to manually select your input. Once you have selected it powering it on/off brings you back to the last selection. The “Splendid Technology” is exactly what we are familiar with already when it comes to higher end LCD/LED TV’s. Allows you to change your viewing mode to scenery/standrad/night/theatre/game/sRGB. So in conclusion, not only do I love this monitor and recomend it, I am going to order 4 more for Eyefinity Portrait Mode.

    24 vs 27
    I was in turmoil over the 24-inch or a 27-inch, The difference in size is literally minimal. The actual viewing area of the 27 is exactly equal to the 24 with the bezel. Considering that the bezel is only 5/16, I personally could not justify the extra 100 bucks. The 27 does have Picture in Picture so that might be a factor for many.

    Inputs
    There is a great deal of discussion about the inputs so here is the truth. The connections you can actually plug into it are. HDMI, VGA, DISPLAYPORT(NOT MINI), 3.5mm audio in, 3.5mm audio out(headphone jack), and the standard three prong removable power cable….. NO DVI and not MINI DISPLAYPORT. The controversay over the DVI is confusing. The monitor does include an HDMI-DVI cable but the HDMI end goes into the monitor.

    Cables included
    Standard power cable(removeable), HDMI to DVI, male to male 3.5 audio cable, and VGA cable.

    Stand
    This does come with a 2 piece stand, kinda strange because I have never seen one like it. Not better not worse just different. I am thinking it was just a packaging thing but either way I have no intention of using it but I did attach it just to review it for you. I has a good range of tilt up or down. Though it does tilt dwon way more than up, almost face down. The up is more than sufficient at about 20 degrees. Round base so the mount doesn’t swivel.

    Mounting
    This does allow you to remove both pieces of the stand with 2 simple screws so you can mount it on a standard Vesa for 24-inch monitors. If you do not know what a Vesa is but you have mounted a flat screen before, odds are you used the VESA as it is the standard.

    Feature Positions
    Facing the monitor there is 6 downward facing buttons on the bottom right (not touch sensitive just standard momentary) for controlling the power, volume, menu, and etc. Nothing else to talk about on the front but a very thin bezel.

    Facing the back of the monitor all of your connections are downward facing(meaning that your cables will route downwards once plugged in). The power is on the left and everything else is on the right. Remember this is if your facing the back. The cables will be hidden from view once routed because the connections are recessed up about 1/4 of the way.

    Size (Overall Dimensions)
    22 5/16 wide, 13 5/16 tall and 1.5-inches thick, 25 13/16 X(diagonal), and an exact 24-inch viewing area. If you want to inlay this the outer 4 corners are bull-nosed and the front panel edges are softened with a 4-5 degree pitch.

    I may or may not have over explained this monitor but I have been around the block a few times when it comes to shopping for monitors for various reasons so I tried to be as helpful as possible and cover everything I have researched for in the past.

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  2. 18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    WARNING – Incorrect Specs, November 8, 2011
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    This review is from: Asus VE248Q 24-Inch LED Monitor (Personal Computers)

    I’m not sure why the other reviews didn’t mention this, (I don’t know if the model changed or not), but be warned this monitor does not have the specs listed; this monitor does not have a DVI port, it uses a DVI – HDMI cable. This is not just a smaller version of the VE258Q. I believe this to be a fairly new monitor as I didn’t see it on the Asus website when I originally purchased it (it’s up there now).

    The following is taken directly from the Asus website:
    VE258Q: “Signal Input : HDMI , D-Sub, DisplayPort, DVI-D”
    VE248Q: “Signal Input : HDMI 1.3, D-Sub, DisplayPort”

    Amazon website:
    “DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI, VGA, and Built-in Speakers allow for simultaneous connections to more devices.”

    For comparison, here what Amazon says about the ML238H (which also uses a DVI-HDMI cable)
    “HDMI 1.3, DVI-D (via HDMI-to-DVI cable), 15-Pin D-Sub”

    As you can see, the current Amazon specs are very misleading and imply that the monitor has a DVI port. For some people, this might not be a big deal at all, for me, I purchased this monitor specifically because it had the HDMI, DVI, and Display Port options (that way I can hook up my 360, my PC, and my Macbook without having to switch cables around. Other than incorrect specs, it seems like a reasonably good monitor, I will be returning it immediately though, so I can’t talk about its pros and cons. When the product information is changed, I will change/remove my review.

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Noticeably brighter than the M and H models, January 12, 2012
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    This review is from: Asus VE248Q 24-Inch LED Monitor (Personal Computers)

    I am using the DP, but the color on this monitor is amazing. I have a 3 monitor array with an H and M of the same model, but the Q has a DP adapter and it stands out from the array.

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