Friday, March 6th 2009

ASUS Unveils Energy-Saving Displays at CeBIT 2009

ASUS, a leader in the production of LCD monitors, is proud to unveil an array of innovative and energy-efficient LCD monitors that are geared not only to provide convenience to the user, but also protect the environment. These LCD monitors represent a leap forward in LCD manufacturing, and combine contemporary styling and user-centric innovations to deliver uncompromising performance.

EzLink Series - Work Smarter and Faster with Wireless Connectivity
The ASUS Wireless LCD Monitor is a breakthrough in user-centric design, providing professionals with a minimalist approach in terms of connecting a monitor to a desktop or notebook. The new generation EzLink technology enables users to connect displays either via Wireless Host Controller Interface (WHCI) or Wireless USB HWA (Host Wire Adapter) which delivers the same performance as a conventional display.

Energy-efficient Green Monitor VH192C and VH196
Consistent with the objectives of Green ASUS—an initiative committed to protecting the environment in areas such as design, procurement and manufacturing—ASUS has developed the energy-efficient VH192C and VH196 LCD monitors. These monitors are designed with the environment in mind—utilizing low levels of mercury during construction and just two lamps to save more than 20% in power consumption. An advanced optical film provides brilliant image performance without sacrificing brightness, and the Aspect Control technology delivers a 4:3 aspect ratio or full screen playback for sharp, vibrant and distortion-free images. The ASUS VH192C also incorporates the Color Shine glare-type panel that enriches image color density and saturation, clarifies borders and further improves image clarity.

Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Please visit for more details.Source: ASUS
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5 Comments on ASUS Unveils Energy-Saving Displays at CeBIT 2009

Graphical Hacker
Another way to save energy on your moniter.... Push off button when not in use. Also, that monitor does not look 4:3 to me!
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Nah the best way is to unplug once you've switched off your pc, someone did a test any he ended up saving about $2~7 off his bill...
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Why would I want an energy saving monitor!? I'm pretty sure last time I looked at my screen I didn't think "Hmmm, how could I make this save more energy?" I think it was something along the lines of how could I get higher resolution and better contrast/response time...
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TPU addict
No numbers on what kind of power it does take ?. My Sammy 204B 20.1" only takes 20w and is rated 40w due if some one had it at max contrast \ brightness which i don't think any one would do.
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PVTCaboose1337 said:
...Also, that monitor does not look 4:3 to me!
I'd suspect that means these LCD's have internal scalers that allow for displaying a 4:3 mode. You'd just have vertical black bars on the left and right sides when in this mode. Nothing new really...
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