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15.6″ portable OLED monitor

HAS HIS announced the launch of a new portable monitor, the ZenScreen OLED MQ16AHwhere its name already reveals that it is equipped with a panel OLEDwhich in this case comes in a size of 15.6 inches with a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels with a refresh rate of 60Hz and a response time of 1 millisecond (1msGtG). This panel offers a typical contrast ratio of 100,000:1, maximum brightness of 400nitsand covers the DCI-P3 color space at 100%.


The information of the ASUS ZenScreen OLED MQ16AH complete with a video input in the form of a Mini HDMI (comes with a Mini-HDMI to full-size HDMI cable), 3 USB-C ports, where you can use them as DisplayPort video outputs. With 20W of power consumption, you can essentially power and transmit images through a single USB-C port, hence its portability, as it weighs 650 grams, has dimensions of 358.7 x 226.15 x 8.95 mm thick and includes its own folding base (which doubles as a carrying case when folded). As usual, don’t expect pricing details.

With its ultra-slim design, ultra-lightweight chassis, superb connectivity and outstanding OLED visuals, the ZenScreen OLED MQ16AH is the perfect companion for any mobile device. You can work more efficiently on the go with a magnified screen, or just kick back and enjoy your favorite movies and videos wherever you are.

The ZenScreen OLED MQ16AH delivers stunning visual experiences, with its brilliant HDR OLED display that can display over a billion colors. Its cinema-grade 100% DCI-P3 color gamut and Delta E < 2 color accuracy make it a versatile device for everyone, including professional creators.

An innovative Smart Case protects the monitor from dust and scratches, and the case can be folded into a stand to support the monitor in different positions. There is also a built-in tripod socket on the back of the monitor.

A built-in proximity sensor provides added convenience, saves power, and prevents image burn-in when the ZenScreen OLED MQ16AH is not in use. The sensor puts the monitor into power saving mode when it detects you’ve walked away, then resumes normal operation when you return.

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