Kitguru has reviewed many monitors over the last year including those from industry leaders Dell and iiyama. In June we reviewed the Asus MS236H, a stylish monitor which appealed on a design level, but left us wanting in other areas. It delivered much unfulfilled potential.
Today we are looking at the follow up model, the ML248, which is a part of the Designo ML series. These models are heavily focused on eye catching design ideas and an almost ‘Apple’ ethic of keeping the appearance sleek and minimalistic.
The Asus ML248 is an 24 inch LED driven design based around a TFT active matrix panel. Native resolution is 1080p (1920×1080) with a response time of 2ms. With a brightness level of 250 cd/m2 and a dynamic contrast ratio of 10000000:1 it certainly has a decent list of specifications. In a similar fashion to the previous model we tested there is no DVI port, only VGA and HDMI.