ASUS annonce les moniteurs Designo Curve MX38VC, MX32VQ



ASUS is introducing the MX38VC and the MX32VQ, IFA 2017 product design award-winning products for their sundial-inspired aesthetic on the Qi charger stand and edge-to-edge frameless panels.with similar Qi-charging capability. The product names don't truly showcase the disparity between features in both monitors, so we'll do a rundown on both of them. The Designo Curve MX38VC is a 37.5' ultrawide, QHD+ 3840 x 1600 display with a 21:9 aspect ratio. ASUS is boasting of its SonicMaster technology on this monitor, technology which was co-developed with Harman Kardon. Display inputs on this monitor include 2x HDMI, 1x USB Type-C, and 1x PC audio input port. The MX38VC can sync with a user's smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth to play music wirelessly as well. The Qi-charger base also doubles as moody ambient lighting; the Halo Lighting base can synchronize with the audio output on the monitor's speakers.

Le Designo Curve MX32VQ, quant à lui, possède un moniteur WQHD 2560 x 1440 de 31,5 pouces plus petit avec un rapport d'aspect 16: 9 plus traditionnel. Il comprend les mêmes haut-parleurs intégrés imprégnés de Harman Kardon, la base d'éclairage Halo et l'intégration Bluetooth. Les ports sont les mêmes que ceux du MX38VC, sans le port USB-C. Les MX38VC et MX32VQ prennent également en charge des fonctionnalités exclusives telles que ASUS GamePlus et Adaptive-Sync. Le MX32VQ de 31,5 pouces devrait coûter 550 € en Europe, tandis que le MX38VC, plus grand et plus large, vous coûtera 1600 € beaucoup moins raisonnables.


Source: ETeknix