Taipei, Wednesday, August 5, 2015 06:56 (GMT+8)
partly cloudy
Taipei
27°C
Asustek introduces 20.1-inch widescreen monitor with built-in megapixel webcam
Press release; Carrie Yu, DIGITIMES [Monday 8 May 2006]

Asustek recently introduced a 20.1-inch, widescreen LCD monitor (ASUS PW201) with a built-in 1.3-megapixel webcam and LifeFrame software bundle that enables the display to be used for video conferencing.

The company claims that its "Splendid" video intelligence technology optimizes individual regions in the picture and adjusts colors, brightness, contrast and sharpness to be most favorable to the human eye. It offers five modes (standard, scenery, game, night view and theater) and three skin tones (natural, reddish and yellowish).

The monitor offers 1,680×1,050 resolution; 800:1 contrast ratio; 300nits brightness; composite, s-video and component (YPbPr) support and DVI-D and D-SUB inputs; built-in 3W stereo speakers and headphone jack; flexible tilting angle and height adjustment; portrait and landscape viewing options; security lock; and three-year system and panel warranty.

ASUS PW201 20.1-inch widescreen LCD monitor with built-in 1.3-megapixel webcam
Photo: Company.

Categories: Display system Displays

Topics: Hot Systems

Realtime news
  • Giga Solar Materials July revenues hit record for 4th time straight

    Before Going to Press | 9h 25min ago

  • China makers in discussions with vendors for 6-inch 4K AMOLED panels

    Before Going to Press | 9h 26min ago

  • Gamania posts 1H15 net EPS of NT$2.28

    Before Going to Press | 9h 27min ago

  • Digitimes Research: Taiwan handset shipments to remain flat in 2H15

    Before Going to Press | 10h 30min ago

  • Aces Electronics adjusts model of cooperation with MEC Imex

    Before Going to Press | 10h 56min ago

  • Posiflex Technology nets NT$3.94 per share for 1H15

    Before Going to Press | 11h 9min ago

  • MSI faces increasing competition from notebook vendors for gaming notebooks

    Before Going to Press | 11h 11min ago

  • Danen Technology July revenues inch up on month

    Before Going to Press | 11h 12min ago

  • Taiwan market: FET offers business-use instant messenger

    Before Going to Press | 11h 12min ago

  • Solartech Energy July revenues down sequentially

    Before Going to Press | 11h 15min ago

  • Canon hiking automation of digital camera production, says Nikkei News

    Before Going to Press | 11h 15min ago

  • Kaneka offers N-type a-Si thin-film PV module with energy conversion rate of 24.52%

    Before Going to Press | 11h 15min ago

  • Acer reportedly lands orders for servers from TSMC

    Before Going to Press | 11h 16min ago

  • VIS looks to 9-14% revenue drop in 3Q15

    Before Going to Press | 11h 17min ago

  • WT Micro expects 3Q15 sales to drop up to 4% or rise slightly

    Before Going to Press | 11h 17min ago

  • Giantplus reports 2Q15 performance

    Before Going to Press | 11h 17min ago

  • JOLED planning to invest US$161 million in new OLED research facilities, says reports

    Before Going to Press | 11h 17min ago

Pause
 | 
View more
Intel strategies in the mobile device market
Wireless broadband developments in Southeast Asia markets
The transition to 4k TV - UHD TV market forecast, 2014-2017
  • Wireless broadband developments in Southeast Asia markets

    As of 2013, the 10 ASEAN nations had a total of over 700 million mobile subscriptions, with the CAGR from 2003-2013 reaching 24%. This Digitimes Research Special Report analyzes the various mobile broadband markets in ASEAN and looks at the respective trends in 4G LTE development for those markets.

  • 2015 global tablet demand forecast

    This Digitimes Research Special Report provides a 2015 forecast for the global tablet market and analyzes the strategies of key market players such as Google, Apple, Intel, and Microsoft.

  • 2015 China smartphone panel trend forecast

    This Digitimes Research Special Report analyzes the strategies of key China-based major panel makers BOE, Tianma and IVO for attacking the different market segments through technology and pricing, and their relationship to local vendors Huawei, Lenovo, ZTE, Xiaomi and Coolpad.