ASUS ZenScreen MB16AC - 15.6 inch FHD IPS USB Type-C Portable Eye Care Monitor

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ASUS ZenScreen MB16AC

15.6 inch FHD IPS USB Type-C Portable Eye Care Monitor



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My today's hunt is a ASUS monitor with pretty good features. I think it is very beneficial to everyone. It is mainly designed for our eye care. It protects eyes through the exclusive ultra low blue light technology. Other main features are listed below.

Specs and Features

  • 15.6" FHD IPS
  • Portable
  • Smart cover and smart pen hole
  • Supports both USB Type-A and Type-C
  • weighs 780g
  • 8mm width
  • Auto screen rotation
  • Full HD panel
  • Wide view angles
  • Foldable smart case
  • ASUS Flicker-free technology

Exclusive ASUS Ultra-Low Blue Light technology protects you from harmful blue light. It offers four blue-light filter settings that are easily accessed through the onscreen display menu via the hotkey.



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Its publication is important, since it is necessary to be informed of the products that help our health, and even more if it has to do with sight.

My reviews for my like this monitor.

  1. 15.6 inch FHD IPS
  2. Wide view angles
  3. Portable
  4. Foldable smart case

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Useful find! Despite improvement in display monitors, users still need a better monitor. Here's why I say that:
After working as an optician for 23+ years, I can confirm with certainty that that computer use for extended periods does lead to vision problems, eye strain and "dry eye syndrome" which can worsen over time.

Might be worth noting that blue light is a likely contributor to problems with insomnia and this may hint at a possible contribution to, if not strictly a symptom of.. some mental illnesses (insight is just that, not an "official" medical claim).

Reduced flicker adds even more value. It's seldom visible, but flicker and focused attention tend to reduce frequency of blinking. Just like a "deer caught in the headlights". Nobody is counting your blinks so it's unlikely that you are aware. Expected result: erosion of the quantity and over time, quality, of your hydrating / lubricating & refract contributing "tear layer". Think- discomfort, reduced acuity and if you wear contact lenses- then you really have a problem. Eroding tear layer can become permanent.

Happy to see the manufacturers focus on eye health.
Tip for avoiding dry eye syndrome- put a post-it note or similar on the edge of your monitor with the word "blink" written on it. Awareness modifies behavior.


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