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ASUS VS248H-P Review: Budget TN Monitor

By January 27, 2017 No Comments



All through the reviews that I’ve been doing, it’s become impossible to ignore this masterpiece mainly because of its HUGE popularity. I’ve finally gotten the chance to review the ASUS VS248H-P monitor in all of its glory. It ‘s not the most expensive whistles and bells, but what makes this display a unique one and why does it work so well for many people?


  • 24 Inches Screen
  • 1920×1080 Resolution
  • TN Panel
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 2ms Response Time
  • 60Hz
  • Ports: VGA, DVI, HDMI
  • Dynamic Contrast: 50,000,000:1
  • Brightness: 250cd/m2
  • Pixel Pitch: 0.2768 mm


For the gaming enthusiast, the ASUS VS248H-P is the right dose for you at 1080p gaming resolution. A fast response time is essential which this monitor happens to have at 2ms together with a  native 1920×1080 resolution, and a 60Hz refresh rate is an added advantage on this making it a wonder. Picture and video color are well optimized to give a spectacular view of the world. Tracing and ghosting are rare with a fluid video playback experience when using the display due to the high response time.

The true to life pictures powered by LED and the 50,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio adjusts the luminance of the backlight which enhances the display contrast delivering lifelike images. The Aspect Control function is essential as it lets you select a preferred display mode without losing the quality of the image or data.

For those who love gaming and watching HD movies, the ASUS VS248H-P is for you. You won’t have to strain as flicker is immensely reduced giving the most comfortable view ever. SPLENDID Video Intelligence Technology gives it a whole new feel with images and colors looking spectacular.


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The ASUS VS248H-P is just the right size at 24” which is a splendid size for most people’s desk without being too large and taking up much space. The monitor has a sleek, glossy finish with expressly designed vortex pattern on the pedestal and a fingerprint-proof at the back adds versatility. The metallic stand delivers a sagacity of modern and cosmopolitan chic. It’s a work of art that accentuates any living space. Your eyes are drawn to its unique design the moment you unbox it.Unfortunately, though, the height cannot be adjusted.


The inputs, DVI-D, VGA, and HDMI, are located at the back alongside headphone jack and audio line-in. The overall assembly of the display is quick and easy out of the box because the only thing I remember I had to attach was the stand. The detachable base also gives it the capability to be VESA mountable, and with its clean design and slim look, it’s flexible as well. The tactile buttons are in the bottom right of the bezel, and you would have to feel for them.


Fluid video playback with no tracers or ghosting won me with the ASUS VS248H-P monitor. My gaming experience was breathtaking as the colors, and lighting distribution was well executed leaving me yearning for more. The pricing is way fair for such a quality display; you’d not think twice about owning it. The matte design finish on the back looks excellent with the connection ports placed in a very strategic position and quick to access as well. The several color modes are also convenient if you desire to use it for gaming, design, editing or just watching movies, There’s a suitable preset for you.

ASUS VS248H-P Review
  • 8.1/10
    Design - 8.1/10
  • 7.9/10
    Display - 7.9/10
  • 8.2/10
    Performance - 8.2/10
  • 8.6/10
    Price/Value - 8.6/10


ASUS VS248H-P monitor would do most average users and gamers a great deal. It is affordable enough, and it would fit excellent for playing games and watching videos without ever worrying about space. It’s properties and functionality is unique and out of the box. The design is simple yet intricate and eye catching. It has its downsides say for example you can’t adjust it to the angle you’d want, but it gives the best results so far from most of the displays I’ve done reviews on.

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