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Asus ROG Strix XG16AHP: The portable gaming monitor

The Asus ROG Strix XG16AHP gaming monitor is an amazing device that incorporates a battery to enjoy the passion of video games anywhere. A screen that accompanies the gamer wherever he moves and wants to have fun.

Asus ROG Strix XG16AHP, gaming ready anywhere

One of Asus’s most original bets reaches European territory . This is the ROG Strix XG16AHP portable monitor . A gaming screen designed to accompany the user comfortably anywhere, and meet their gaming needs with quality and performance.

Monitor Features

The portable product measures 360.52 x 225.52 x 11.8 mm without stand, weighing only 900 grams . The screen has a panel IPS of 15.6 inches where images are offered in resolution Full HD of 1920 x 1080 pixels . This monitor has a refresh rate of 144 Hz , and a response time of 3 milliseconds (3ms GtG). Plus, it has a typical 800: 1 contrast ; 300 nits maximum brightness ; and 100% coverage of the sRGB color space .

Asus ROG Strix XG16AHP

As an added bonus for playing video games, it supports Nvidia G-Sync image sync technology . The monitor has a 7800 mAh battery capacity. It is possible to have up to three hours of use at maximum performance. However, the display can also work while charging via the USB-C port . With one hour plugged in, you get two hours of autonomy.

More details of the gaming screen

The appeal of the Asus ROG Strix XG16AHP is rounded to the integration of a set of speakers from 1 W of power. Meanwhile, the connectivity section is covered with a Micro HDMI input ; two USB-C ports ; and headphone jack . A tripod is provided with the device , to place it on the table, which is adjustable in height and inclination . Although the monitor has its own drop-down base at the back.

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