Asus Showcases New PB238TR Monitor with Unprecedented Specs

Asus has recently showcased one more high-end PC monitor – the PB238TR. It features 23 inch display and boasts 549x323.7x244.5 mm dimensions (with stand). The model is peculiar by the support of Human Sensor technology. The latter keeps track of the user’s presence; on his absence for a predetermined time period, the monitor turns to a standby mode. This promotes for a well-judged power consumption, resulting in a dramatic cost efficiency.

Asus PB238TR is based on IPS array with 6 ms response time and Full HD resolution (1920x1080). IPS ensures also a perfect color rendering, wide viewing angles (178/178 degrees in both aspects), 250 cd/m2 maximal brightness, as well as a striking dynamic contrast of 50M:1. The model is furnished with onboard speakers (2W each) and two video ports: D-Sub and DVI-D. Connectivity with external peripherals is realized by means of two USB 2.0 ports.

To continue, this monitor features a functional stand that allows for the adjustment of …

‘Cine’ Monitor Asus MX299Q Review

The emergence of 4K displays marked the beginning of a new era in PC monitors market. Despite the unquestionable viewing facilities, those products so far remain beyond the budget for many customers. So, the development of more affordable but ultra-modern solutions is at the height today. Asus was always differentiated by offbeat approaches to the design and framework of all products. Hence, the appearance of MX299Q monitor was quite an expected move. This model is peculiar not only by an unusual ‘cine’ design but also by striking facilities. Let’s get proof of it.


Asus MX299Q boasts the following specifications:

— panel: type – AH-IPS (LM290WWI-SSAI), coverage – Hard Coating 3H (anti-glare), backlit – W-LED, diagonal – 29 inches, aspect ratio — 21:9, response time – 5 ms, resolution – 2560x1080, viewing angles – 178/178 degrees (H/V), brightness – 300 cd/m2, number of displayed colors – 16.7 m, contrast – 1000:1/80M:1 …

Kingmax Introduces New mSATA SSDs for Small-Sized Devices

Kingmax, a global supplier of high-end storage solutions, yesterday introduced a new mSATA SSD, codenamed MMP30. The model features SATA 3 6 Gb/sec interface and is intended specifically for the integration into small-sized devices and embedded systems. Its outstanding specifications are called to improve general system performance, as well as provide for its power-saving characteristics. MMP30 is going to satisfy the needs of ultrabook, laptop, and other compact devices manufacturers, along with system integrators looking for stable performance.

SSD Kingmax MMP30 is based on high-speed LSI Sandforce controller that demonstrates truly striking speed showings. The drive is delivered in three capacity variants (32GB, 64GB and 128GB) which are characterized by quite compact dimensions (50.8x29.8x4.81 mm) and unbelievable weight (7g). All three SSDs comply with JEDEC MO-300D specifications and can be integrated into small-sized systems with the aim to improve data Read/Write speed, …
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