The usual refresh rate of LCD monitors for PC is 60 HZ or 120 HZ for those that support 3D, ASUS has shown at CES a monitor of 24 inchs capable of offering a frequency of 144Hzwhich will allow to show up to 144 images per second in games with vSync or increase the fluidity of 3D content a little more by allowing 72 Hz for each eye.
The resolution is more conventional, with 1920 x 1080 pixels, a very common quantity that does not stand out especially, especially with the novelties in screens with 4K and WQHD resolutions that we have seen in this same fair in Las Vegas. It will have DisplayPort, HDMI and dual-link DVI inputs compatible with Nvidia 3D vision. Its panel is TN, with a 1ms response time, a maximum brightness of 350cd/m2 and dynamic contrast of 80,000,000:1. In its lower part we find two 2 W power speakers and its base allows it to be rotated 90 degrees.
At the moment there is no estimated date of its release to the market, but we should be able to see it throughout this year for a price that will be around €350.