ScreenXpert 3は、Microsoftストアからダウンロードするか、PCのスタートメニューから見つけることができ、ASUSのPCに接続されたディスプレイ間でアプリウィンドウを管理することができます。また、カメラやマイクのオン／オフや、その状態をキーボードを使わずにPCの画面上で確認することも可能です。ScreenXpert 3 for ASUS PCを使えば、ワークフローを完全にコントロールすることができます。
Cone cells are the cells in the eye's retina that enable color vision. Blue light is often more harmful to these cells compared to other wavelengths of light. In experiments conducted by the Gifu Pharmaceutical University in Japan3, mice cone cells were subjected to red, green, and blue light sources. The survivability of the cone cells under blue light exposure dropped dramatically to 20% after 24 hours, while cone cells exposed to other colors retained around 100% survivability.
When it gets dark, your brain produces the hormone melatonin, which helps to maintain the correct scheduling of your daily sleep cycles. According to a Stanford University study4 the production of melatonin can be blocked by exposure to blue light at night, and potentially cause sleep disruption.
The industry HDR standard covers a huge range of brightness from 0.0005 nits — the lowest measurable level — up to 10,000 nits. The true blacks and high brightness possible with OLED displays give them a 75% coverage of the HDR standard, compared to about 46% for LCD displays.
Millions of pixels, individually illuminated
The pixels on an OLED display each contain three sub-pixels. For example, a 2.5K (2560 x 1920) display has 4,915,200 pixels, which means it has 14,745,600 self-illuminated sub-pixels. Each sub-pixel self-illuminates independently, unlike LCD displays with pixels that need to be backlit, usually by just 50 or 60 LEDs. This means that it’s easier to achieve true black on an OLED display, by simply turning off a pixel. This can’t be done on an ordinary LED display, because the backlight can’t be turned off with such granularity. This fact also gives OLED displays exceptionally high contrast.
Clearer motion than ultrafast LCD displays
The ultrafast 0.2 ms response time of an OLED display means it can switch colors and images much quicker than even LCD displays with higher refresh rate. So a 90 Hz, 0.2 ms OLED display shows much smoother and clearer motion than a 144 Hz, 25 ms LCD laptop display.