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Old March 10, 2011, 11:42 AM
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Default ASUS Introduces New Designo ML Series Super-slim LED Monitor Models

ASUS announced three LED monitors with IPS (In-Plane Switching) and VA (Vertical Alignment) panels in the award-winning, super-slim ASUS Designo ML Series. The 21.5" ML229H, 23" ML239H, and 24" ML249H all have a full range of features designed to provide an exceptional viewing experience, including 178 ultra-wide viewing angles and extremely brigh... [ Read full article ]
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Old March 10, 2011, 12:40 PM
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I wish they still make some 1920*1200 monitors, I can't stand 16:9.
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Old March 10, 2011, 05:37 PM
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I have the ML238H. I don't see any spec difference or design difference.
Can someone enlighten me?
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Old March 10, 2011, 09:10 PM
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Unhappy 1920x1200 being missed

totally agree with rapmaster
16:10 is the ideal ratio for monitors. I would rather go for a 1680 x 1050(16:10) than 1920x1080.
I find 16:9 ratio really awkward for use in computers other than watching HD movies... feels as if the display is missing vertical coverage.
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More shitty ASUS monitors, great.
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Old March 15, 2011, 06:00 AM
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I have the ML238H. I don't see any spec difference or design difference.
Can someone enlighten me?
Well, if the article is correct, this set has IPS panels instead of TN.
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Users can expect to save approximately 37.2KW/h** of energy
That's a LOT of savings... a bit too much maybe?

Savings of 37KW per hour...
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That's a LOT of savings... a bit too much maybe?

Savings of 37KW per hour...
Heh... good catch. Maybe that's the combined savings for all users..... ;)
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More shitty ASUS monitors, great.
idk about asus, but a shitty IPS panel is better than any TN panel no matter what sticker they have
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idk about asus, but a shitty IPS panel is better than any TN panel no matter what sticker they have
They'll probably overdrive it so it has under FIIIIVE MS, because that's important!
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