Asus VS247H-P 24-Inch Full-HD LED-Lit Monitor Reviews

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Asus VS247H-P 24-Inch Full-HD LED-Lit Monitor

Asus VS247H-P 24-Inch Full-HD LED-Lit Monitor

  • Slim Form Factor – Brand new Slim and Elegant design; Built-in Power Adapter; VESA Mountable
  • Signal Input: HDMI, D-Sub, DVI-D
  • Power ON: < 33W; Power Saving Mode: < 0.5W; Power Off Mode: < 0.5W
  • Versatile viewing positions with Smart View Technology
  • Excellent Visual – LED Backlit with 50,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio; Full 1080P with HDMI; Response Time: 2 ms (Gray to Gray)

ASUS VS247H-P – 23.6″ 1920×1080 Full HD – Slim Form Factor with Built-in Power Adapter – Corporate Stable Model and EPEAT Gold Certified – LED Backlight with 50,000,000:1 ASCR. Response time for monitor is 5ms.

List Price: $ 194.99

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  1. 236 of 247 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is a wonderful non-glossy monitor. GET IT!, September 24, 2011
    Mr. Jim

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    I’ve been holding off on this, because I wanted to spend some time with it to give an experienced review. I’m just dumping a lot of details out there for you to absorb and make your own decision, but don’t get me wrong, this is an AWESOME monitor for those of us that don’t care for glossy screens.
    I didn’t buy this for the size; I bought it for the LED backlight, 2ms response, 1920 resolution, and the high contrast ratio. It just happened to be the only size I could get with those requirements.

    This monitor does not come with speakers, but does come with a headphone jack located next to the video ports in the rear. This headphone jack is, to my knowledge, fed purely through HDMI if your video card supports injection of audio along with the video it displays (My GTX 560 Ti supports this. There is no way to control the volume for this jack on the monitor. Normally when the OS detects HDMI audio it disables audio controls and leaves the rest of the audio management to the A/V receiver or end-device (headphones, TV, etc). Thus, the only way to control volume is via in-game/video-player/etc settings or on your speaker/headphone itself.
    It is a handy feature to have for those of us who use HDMI, but I tend to use my computer’s headphone jack instead, because it’s optimized for the headphone audio configuration (not 7.1) and puts out more bass as well as allows me to control the volume via the OS.

    My monitor arrived with 100% of the pixels working; not one single stuck or dead pixel. This was the first thing I checked for when I received it.
    The 2ms response time is great. I don’t see any ghosting or other types of lag. I tested this with Transformers 2. During the scene where the Devastator comes together my 60Hz TV was so laggy it was hard to see all of the details; with this monitor I was able to see every intricate detail of the vehicles connecting together to form the Devastator. Now I want to upgrade my TV.
    *Note, 1080 Flash videos (Youtube/VEVO) may show occasional ‘refresh’ lines in full screen, I believe this to be purely the limitations of Flash itself, since my Blu-Rays had no such issues*
    Compared to any other LCDs I have, this has very little colour distortion based on different viewing angles. The only time colours show noticeable change is when looking from a higher viewing angle (not left, right, or below). **EDIT: The refresh lines are a result of something in Linux. Everything is beautiful in Windows.**
    Sometimes, during a solid coloured screen, I think I see minor light-bleed effect in some areas, but lately I haven’t. It’s very rare/negligible and not noticeable at all during use.
    The screen itself if very bright, colours are vivid, and whites are white and not yellowed (it puts my MacBook to shame).
    I have been satisfied with the default colour settings. It comes with six preprogrammed modes. I normally only use Game/Theater/Standard modes. Similar to shopping for TV’s in a store, once you switch to Standard you’ll think “Eww, that’s so bleached”, but once you walk away and come back it looks awesome again. The Theater mode is configured more for darker pictures.
    Since it’s dynamic contrast, I noticed during testing that a screen of pure black is not as black as I’d like (because it has nothing to compare/adjust against), but once you pull up an actual picture with content or play a video blacks are dark black, whites are bright white, and it does very well as displaying the various levels of contrast in between.

    It’s pretty thin and seems well built. The base is very easy to take on and off for transport, but you may want to use a screwdriver if you’re OCD and the 1-2 degree of possible rotation from only hand-tightening annoys you. The screen sits level and doesn’t lean at all one way or the other. There is a indentation in the back, probably mainly for heat dissipation, that I’ve been using as a handle-grip for transporting to LAN parties. This seems to work rather well, even if it’s not intended to be used this way. The monitor itself stays really cool and I hardly notice any luke warm air coming from it even when I’m right up to it.

    Other Thoughts
    As much as people complain about the reflections of glossy screens, I don’t think the Aero/”ooh, shiny object” effect of the gloss will ever seem inferior to my non-glossy screen (remember that TV shopping effect?). At the same time I am glad to have a non-glossy screen and am really surprised at how well it handles the colours for being such. It’s both a pro and a con for me.
    As for those people who say this screen is not meant for text, all I have to say is “Grow Younger!”. I’m 25 and have no issues viewing text on this screen. I had a laptop with a 15.5″ LCD running at 1920×1280 and never (okay, rarely) had any issues reading small text, and I can tell you this 23″ 1920×1080 screen…

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  2. 67 of 71 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome 23.6 Matte Led Monitor!, September 1, 2011

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    This monitor is just plain awesome. I love every inch of it!

    The presets are very nice, colors seem to be almost spot on for the gaming option. No ghosting whatsoever, I could not get it to lag or anything like it.

    The stand isn’t too bad, no worse then most led monitors. Since it is so light there is no problem moving it around, there is also a nice slot on the top behind the screen to use as a handle!

    TF2, Borderlands, WOW, and Killing Floor all look insane on this thing, it is so crisp. I can see so much more detail then on the Acer 19″ 4:3 monitor I used previously.

    I also am a semi-pro photographer and let me tell you, this screen didn’t even need color correction. Its colors are saturated no doubt, but they were just right.

    You will love this monitor. Buy it. Cereal.

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  3. 75 of 84 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great gaming monitor, August 21, 2011
    R. Andrews (Los Angeles, CA) –

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    First off, in case it is not clear from the title, the VS247H-P features LED backlighting. Also, it has a matte (anti-reflective) finish on the screen (the bezel, by contrast, is glossy).
    Since no one had reviewed this yet when I bought it (it’s a new model) I was a little hesitant at first. Happy to report this is an excellent display. In fact, I like it better than any of the TN panel displays I saw at my local retail stores. (Since I use it for gaming primarily, I was not in the market for an IPS display because of their slower response times.)

    It has a very attractive simple design. The bezel is slim, the stand seems sturdy. It is fairly thin (but not razor thin). Runs very cool. Great colors (I didn’t know Starcraft 2 could look this good!). Excellent response time. I haven’t noticed any bleeding around the edges – the backlighting seems very even. I like the hidden physical buttons on the bottom right of the display (instead of touch based buttons). When the monitor goes to sleep, it there is a small dull orange light (instead of an annoying bright blinking blue light like some other displays).

    As with all TNs, there is some color shift when viewed at an off-angle, but this is less noticeable than on other displays I have tried. I would prefer that it didn’t say “HDMI” on the lower left corner of the front of the unit (not an eyesore or anything, just wish it was a removable sticker instead of painted on).
    My first unit had a bright blue stuck pixel in the center – Amazon promptly sent a replacement. New unit is great.

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