The Asus portable monitors and other accessories from Asus have been getting a lot of attention over the past few months.
While the company has been busy with the introduction of the Asus ZenBook UX31, we’ve been focusing our attention on its new, compact Asus Monitor Arm, which Asus describes as “the most compact and compact display we have ever produced.”
Asus’s new monitor arm comes with a very slim bezel and the usual array of ports and connectivity, and it is the only monitor arm on the market with the ASUS Translucent Touch Technology, which can be used to control any device.
Asus’s TranslucentTouch technology is a light-emitting diodes that emit light when pressed to a surface, which in turn can change the color of your screen and help the monitor to shine, which is great for those who have dark backgrounds.
The Translucent touch technology can also be used with the keyboard, which means that the screen can be hidden under the keyboard’s backlit surface, as opposed to the traditional keyboard, where the keys will glow.
When combined with the ZenBook’s TransparentBacklight, the Asus Monitor is able to use ambient light to provide a more even light distribution throughout the display, which helps provide a better picture.
Asus has also added a new feature to the monitor arm to give you the option to use the screen as a display stand.
While it’s true that a screen stand is a relatively small and light feature, Asus has gone a step further and added a feature that can actually function as a screen protector.
The screen can absorb water and then protect your screen from drops and other impact from water, which gives it the appearance of a water-resistant surface.
It’s not a feature you’d want to have on your laptop monitor, but with a screen protection feature, it can be a useful feature for a laptop monitor.
If you need a screen to protect a tablet, phone, or other small device from drops, you could consider using a screen-protecting screen.
The Asus Monitor arm is not cheap, but it’s a really good value for the money, and Asus is working to make the monitor even more compact and portable.
Asus is launching a limited run of the monitor in the US and Europe in November, and there’s no word yet on when the monitor will make its way to other countries.
Asus Monitor arms are available now for $249, and you can check out all the specifications and reviews for the Asus TranslucentTouch monitor here.
Asus TransparentTouch Monitor with ZenBook ZenBook Z28 Processor Intel Celeron 2840 @ 3.7GHz + 4MB of RAM + 512MB of DDR3 RAM GPU Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Video Card Nvidia GeForce GT 650M Memory 16GB DDR3 Memory Controller 2x USB 3.0 Ports 2x Thunderbolt 2 Ports DisplayPort 1.4 Ports Display Port 1.2 Ports Audio 3.5mm jack Power Button Warranty 1 year Starting price $249 Starting price of $299 Starting price as reviewed $249 as reviewed