ASUS VP228HE, 21.5 InchFHD (1920×1080) Gaming monitor, 1ms, HDMI, D-Sub , Low Blue Light, Flicker Free, TUV certified

£72.90

  • 21.5” Full HD monitor with 1ms (GTG) quick response time to eliminate ghosting and tracers for more fluid video playback
  • ASUS-exclusive GamePlus provides Crosshair and Timer function for better gaming experience
  • The TÜV Rheinland-certified ASUS Flicker-Free and Low Blue Light technologies. Maximum brightness is 200 cd/㎡
  • Dimension with Stand(WxHxD)- 513x373x199.4 mm. Dimension without Stand(WxHxD)- 513x309x52.1 mm(For VESA Wall Mount)
  • NOTE : UK plug is present at the back of the box
  • Pixel Pitch : 0.248 mm
  • Display size: 21.5 inches; Display technology: LED
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Additional information

Brand

‎ASUS

Product Dimensions

‎7.62 x 111.76 x 60.96 cm, 3.49 Kilograms

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Item model number

‎90LM01K0-B05170

Manufacturer

‎ASUS

Series

‎VP228HE

Colour

‎Black

Standing screen display size

‎21.5 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080

resolution

‎1280 x 1024 Pixels

Processor Type

‎None

Processor Count

‎1

Number of HDMI Ports

‎1

Number of VGA Ports

‎1

Voltage

‎220 Volts

Wattage

‎21.1 watts

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎2 Kilowatt Hours

Lithium Battery Packaging

‎Batteries packed with equipment

Lithium Battery Weight

‎2 Grams

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells

‎5

Number of Lithium Metal Cells

‎5

Item Weight

‎3.49 kg

Guaranteed software updates until

‎unknown

Average Rating

4.80

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5 Reviews For This Product

  1. 05

    by J

    UPDATE 2: The dead pixel is… gone! It turns out it wasn’t even the monitor, it was STEAM! Specifically it was something to do with one instance of Steamwebhelper. Every time this happens, I kill all instances of Steamwebhelper and it goes away. Back to 5 stars it is 🙂

    UPDATE: I have to take back my “no complaints” part – I’ve only had this monitor for about a month and there’s already a dead pixel – and it’s not simply one pixel, it’s one black pixel with a sort of “pinch” around it, almost as if the screen has been hit with something (and it definitely hasn’t). Picture attached (excuse the quality).

    I have no complaints about this monitor. It does what it says on the tin, and is great quality too, all for a decent price. This is my first time using a 144Hz monitor and man it’s so smooth and responsive, no matter how fast I move the mouse I can still see it highlight the things it moves over. In the few games I’m able to play at over 60FPS (thanks GPU shortage), the difference is noticeable and it’s a lot easier to see and track moving objects i.e. players, as well as line up my shots.

    The colours on this monitor are also pretty good. Now I’m not a colour guy, but I can see subtle differences and I can recognise banding, and the only time I ever see (a little) banding is in Steam, which may actually be their fault for not using a perfect gradient rather than the monitors fault. I did notice that it handles blues slightly worse than other colours, and Steam’s background is blueish, but again that may be my fault for not configuring properly rather than the monitors fault.

    Overall this is a really good monitor at a really good price. Buy it.

  2. 05

    by Mohammad Ebnabbasi

    For the longest time I’ve been looking for reasonably cost-effect monitors to replace my 11(!) year old Samsungs (2x) and settled on this. My reasoning mostly being that 1080p is more than good enough even in the landscape of today for work / gaming usage but wanting that 144hz to reduce screen tearing and for the added smoothness.

    In general there is little to fault – the 144hz is such a magnificent upgrade coming from 60hz and the IPS panel is vivid with (so far) no light bleeding whatsoever. Also, as Nvidia opened up their GSync system to have FreeSync compatibility (and you have a compatible Nvidia card) you may also find GSync works out of the box! I have unfortunately already gained a dead pixel (black) on one monitor but I’m fairly lucky in that it’s actually right at the top-right corner of the screen so at worst it’s in my peripheral, but on average I barely even notice it.

    Fairly straightforwards to mount, though if you plan on doing so you’ll have to actually remove the partial-stand already attached (and find somewhere to store it). It takes the standard VESA 100×100 plate which the majority of mounting systems provide anyways!

    In terms of what’s shipped with the box, you get both a UK and EU power cable, alongside an HDMI cable. I knew ahead of time they didn’t ship a DisplayPort cable but considering that you can’t really reach 144hz without it – it’s an absolute waste (so be prepared to buy an additional DP cable). Beyond that, at around £200 (at time of writing) it’s probably the best monitor you can get on the market that gives you all these incredible features. Sure it lacks 2K / 4K but as most machines aren’t capable of doing that for gaming, and most content put out still isn’t reaching 4K anyhow then you’ll find that these are more than good enough!

    Overall – this monitor is fantastic value and I genuinely don’t think you’ll be disappointed with it. It does exactly what it says on the tin and even throws in some great features you wouldn’t find on other monitors at this price point!

  3. 05

    by Ryan White

    I found this on offer for £299 instead of £450 so snapped it up. A lot of people reviewing this and giving it 1 star for having no UK plug simply havent looked inside the box properly. I too didnt see the plug so contacted amazon who then sent me a link for a plug and reimbursed me the amount for that plug. It was only when this plug had arrived that i properly opened the box and found the originally supplied UK plug… Couldnt fault amazons customer service at all! As for the monitor, mine has no dead pixels and a beautiful colour profile straight out of the box. Enabled the OC function to get 165hz and also setup up Nvidia Gsync along with ELMB and in games like rocket league where i get 120fps and call of duty at 100fps, the gameplay is so smooth compared to my previous 60hz monitor. Turning the graphics settings down to reach 165fps solid, its an amazing gaming experience from a flawless screen! For £300, its a superb price and begs the question, if this is sooo good, then what would a £1000+ samsung odyssey G9 be like!?!?

  4. 05

    by Matt 32 london

    The monitor has lots of features, G-sync and HDR and some other things as well. The colours are absolutely amazing, it’s gorgeous and it has a lot of customisability.

    My only downsides are the light bleed it has. An orangish colour can be seen if the screen is dark or blacked out completely. Both boom sides of the screen have an orange tint to them. It runs very hot, I thought the bottom of the screen where the ASUS symbol is and it’s far hotter than my previous monitor, the top of the monitor cover feels very slightly loose.

    All in all, quality is good but some shortcuts have been made I believe. Set up was obviously easy.

    Would I Recommend?
    Yeah, if you want a monitor with everything that isn’t overpriced – this is the one.

  5. 05

    by J

    This monitor is honestly a 10/10 for its price for gaming as the 165hz instantly boosted my gaming experience from previously playing on a 60hz monitor. The screen quality is amazing and instantly noticeable when you turn the monitor on and makes my gaming experience much more enjoyable. The picture quality is outstanding and looks like I’m watching my favourite movies and shows on a movie screen.

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