Both models have a diagonal of 23 inches and an embedded slab TN, which no surprises on the viewing angles. They differ only on the response time as well as video connectors available.
ASUS VX238H and VX238T Slim 23-inch LCD Monitors
ASUS VX238H and VX238T, diagonal of 23 inches (16:9) is the same and displays a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. For information, the pitch (spacing between pixels) is 0.2652 mm.
Note that these two monitors have a TN panel with narrower viewing angles, namely 170 ° horizontally and 160 ° vertically. Of course, like many models, they do not skip a LED backlight.
The manufacturer suggests a brightness of 250 cd / m², while the contrast ratio is somewhat fanciful since it would issue 80 000 000:1. As we mentioned, the first difference is the response time (gray to gray). Indeed, it is only 1 ms to 5 ms and VX238H for VX238T. We will wait to see independent analysis to determine whether there really is a difference in practice.
By cons, there is no change in design, since it is exactly the same between these two models. As we can see the different pictures, they have a fairly thick black frame and a round base which forms a hollow in the center. Side of ergonomics, needless to look far, they can just undergo tilt -5° to 20°. Know the dimensions 548.2 x 402.7 are x 210 mm, with a weight of only 2.6 kg.
ASUS VX238H and VX238T Slim 23-inch Monitors Comparison:
- ASUS VX238H: a VGA connector, HDMI 1.4a and two audio jacks for headphones and microphone
- ASUS VX238T: a VGA connector, a DVI and audio jacks for headphones and microphone
Both monitors have two speakers with a power of 1.5 W each. The manufacturer claims a consumption of less than 0.5 W and 34 W, standby and operation, respectively.
The ASUS VX238T will cost € 179 and with a response time of 5 ms, with D-Sub and DVI inputs, while the ASUS VX238H is square to € 189, and has a response time of 1 ms (GtG), D-Sub connector and two HDMI connectors.
Both monitors covered by a three year warranty.