ASUS OLED display laptops come with a
best-in-class color gamut. They reproduce colors with superb real-life accuracy
for professional-grade visuals, and offer ultrafast response times and refresh
rates, making them perfect for professional and creative work, or anyone who
simply wants to enjoy the very best color fidelity and motion clarity. OLED
displays, due to the nature of the special organic light-emitting compounds they
use, can reduce harmful blue light by up to 70% compared to LCD displays, making
them extra gentle on your eyes to reduce the risk of retinal damage.
5 reasons to choose ASUS OLED
Vivid displays for precise
creativity, color work and vibrant visual entertainment.
Low harmful blue light
With lower harmful blue-light
levels, OLED offers better eye care and sleep quality.
120 Hz / 0.2 ms ultimate motion
Blur-free action scenes in movies
and games, with ultra-smooth text scrolling.
Clearer images at any brightness
Rich colors are maintained even at
low brightness levels.
True black for extreme details
The deep blacks allow you to see
previously unseen details in dark movie scenes.
Up to 120
Hz120 Hz / 0.2 ms OLED
has better motion clarity than 165 Hz / 3 ms LCD
msUp to 50x faster
response time for smoother action
Up to 600
nitsEquivalent to 789
nits LCD perceptual brightness
1,000,000:1DisplayHDR™ True Black 500/600
6.5%70% reduction in harmful blue light
for eye care
Up to 1.07
Most LCD laptop
62.5% sRGB (45%
Ultimate professional-grade colors
ASUS OLED laptops deliver exceptionally detailed
and realistic visuals, with a cinema-grade 100% DCI-P3 color gamut. This means
that the colors reproduced on the display are richer and more vivid: it’s ideal
for color-intensive projects, but also enhances any kind of content.
DCI-P3 color gamut
sRGB color gamut
LCD100% sRGBOLED100% DCI - P3
Designers, producers, and brands deal with
color-critical decisions and communications each day. A PANTONE® Validated OLED display means that the colors you see
on the screen are accurate — what you see is truly what you get!
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Customizable color gamut for every need
The display’s color gamut can be quickly and
easily switched for different tasks or preferences. On top of the ultravivid
native color setting, choose sRGB for creating web content or browsing, DCI-P3
for cinema content, or Display P3 for movie-grade colors finessed to fit
everyday viewing in the real world.
Web content-creation standard
Cinema color standard
Movie-grade colors adjusted to fit everyday viewing
Original OLED colors
70% blue-light reduction for eye care
Blue light is known to cause visual discomfort
and disrupt sleep quality. However, due to the nature of the special organic
lighting materials in an OLED display, ASUS OLED laptops emit 70% less harmful
blue light1, and they’re also certified by TÜV
Rheinland and SGS. More importantly, unlike traditional blue-light filters,
shifting the spectrum means there’s no need to compromise color accuracy.
reduced blue light1
flicker free certified
low blue light hardware
low blue light certified
Eye care, even more critical for
Since children’s eyes are not fully developed,
with a more transparent lens and cornea, harmful blue light can penetrate the
eye more easily, potentially causing premature aging of the retina. Research4 has shown that in a five-year-old child's eyes,
approximately 60% of the received blue-light emissions pass through to the
retina, compared to only around 20% for a 60-year-old adult. With ASUS OLED
displays, the significantly lower blue light levels mean better eye care for
World-leading motion clarity with up to 120 Hz OLED
The world’s first 120 Hz refresh rate, 0.2 ms
response time OLED laptop display gives you so much more on top of the best
colors and quality for any content — gaming, creation, day-to-day work and media
entertainment can all benefit from the smoother-than-ever experience. In a word,
Text and article scrolling
Fastest response time on any laptop for motion clarity
For a display, response time is the time taken to
replace one color with another: the faster the time, the better motion is
reproduced. The diagram below shows a color transition from purple to blue. On
an ASUS OLED, this transition takes only 0.2 milliseconds, while on an LCD, it
might take 10 ms or longer. This makes a lot of difference, since OLED colors
and images look correct for most of the time a frame is displayed, whereas LCD
images may be blurry during the transition process.
ASUS OLED displays have a 0.2 ms response time —
the fastest of any laptop, and 50x faster5 than
the average laptop LCD display. This ensures smoother fast-paced action scenes,
low-latency gameplay, and subtle details like blur-free text scrolling. In
effect, the smooth visuals on an OLED display can rival those on an LCD display
with a much higher refresh rate.
ultrafast response time
faster response time5
Beginning of frameEnd of frame16.47 ms clear
Ultimate 120 Hz / 0.2 ms for exceptional motion clarity
The new premium ASUS OLED display with 120 Hz
refresh rate and 0.2 ms pixel response time is incredibly smooth and clear. In
fact, both surprisingly and counter-intuitively, the 120 Hz / 0.2 ms OLED
display is faster than a 165 Hz / 3 ms LCD IPS display — because it reduces
ghosting to an indiscernible level. Simply put, this means even fast-moving
visuals are smoother and clearer than ever.
144 Hz / 12.5 ms LCD
165 Hz / 3 ms LCD
120 Hz / 0.2 ms OLED
How 120 Hz / 0.2 ms OLED display has better motion
clarity than 165 Hz / 3 ms LCD display
It seems counter-intuitive that a 120 Hz / 0.2 ms
OLED display could outperform a 165 Hz / 3 ms LCD display rival — so how is this
possible? Well, the LCD panel takes precisely 6.06 ms to refresh each frame, but
it takes another 3 ms of response time to process the correct colors. That’s a
total of 9.06 ms to fully load the image. A 144 Hz / 12.5 ms LCD display takes
even longer, at 19.44 ms to show the full, final frame of each image. But with
its extreme-speed response, a 120 Hz / 0.2 ms OLED display takes just 8.5 ms to
process the same — making it even faster than a 165 Hz / 3 ms LCD display.
Color-perfect at any brightness
ASUS OLED laptops maintain a 100% DCI-P3 color
gamut at both high and low brightness levels, while on a standard LCD laptop the
color gamut is reduced dramatically at low brightness levels. At a gray-level
brightness of 16 G, LCD laptops only have an 11% DCI-P3 color gamut, while ASUS
OLED laptops maintain a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut.
* Color expression of an LCD display
compared to OLED display at the same brightness level.
OLED has 1.6x color volume compared to LCD
On conventional LCD displays, detail and color
quality usually decrease dramatically as the brightness is reduced. But ASUS
OLED laptops are able to show great detail at lower brightness settings due to
their high contrast and their ability to maintain a wide color gamut at low
brightness. When calculating the 3D color volume — which adds illumination to
the traditional 2D color gamut — ASUS OLED displays have about a 60% higher
color volume, offering better color performance at any brightness level.
color volume compared to LCD
3D Color Volume
OLED has much higher perceptual brightness
ASUS OLED laptops can maintain good color
reproduction at any brightness level, so you can freely adjust the screen's
brightness to suit your working environment, while still enjoying exceptionally
vivid colors. For example, in the living room environment (usually illuminated
at about 100 lux), you only need 177 nits brightness in an OLED display to
produce the same clear image as 400 nits brightness in an LCD display. At the
lower brightness levels needed on OLED displays, there's less harmful blue light
Dark room (0 lx)
Living room (100 lx)
Office (500 lx)
Studio (1000 lx)
* Required brightness on OLED to
reproduce same colors on 400 nits LCD screens.
LCD150 nitsOLED150 nits
True black: See the unseen
ASUS OLED laptops reproduce blacks perfectly. An
OLED pixel consists of three sub-pixels, each with its own self-generated
illumination: a Full HD (1920x1080) display has 2,073,600 pixels, which means it
has 6,220,800 self-illuminated sub-pixels, compared to just a few dozen LED
backlights in a Full HD LCD display. When displaying black on an OLED display,
the pixel is simply turned off to produce the darkest possible black. This
enables extremely crisp and clear images even in the darkest scenes. You’ll be
surprised to see how many new details you’ll spot in your favorite movies!
ASUS OLED Care
Protecting your OLED display
ASUS OLED laptops come with an ASUS-exclusive
OLED Care mechanism that’s proven to protect your OLED display. Image
persistence, or burn-in7, on an OLED display can
occur if a static high-contrast image is displayed for a prolonged period of
time. To avoid this, when your ASUS laptop is idle for over 30 minutes, our
specially designed Pixel Refresh feature kicks in. We also include Pixel Shift
technology, which moves displayed pixels slightly to avoid consistently showing
static images on your desktop. This significantly reduces the chance of burn-in
by making sure all the pixels are illuminated and darkened equally, thus
protecting the display from visible color shifts over time.
Compared to average LCD displays in the market,
measuring energy emission of blue light in between 415-455 nm wavelength.
Compared to average LCD laptop panel. Average LCD
display has 10 ms response time.
Data is measured with DisplayHDR Test Tool. Peak
brightness may vary by panel configuration.
The characteristics of an OLED display can eventually
change over long periods of use, leading to visible changes. This is
completely normal, and can cause behavior such as image burn-in or
persistence: this means that a faint ghost of an image remains visible even
when it's replaced by a new image. These effects are more likely to occur if
a non-moving (static) high-contrast image is displayed for an excessively
Harmful effects on retinal cells
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 Japan2, 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 study3 the production of melatonin can be
blocked by exposure to blue light at night, and potentially cause sleep
In a five-year-old child's eyes,
approximately 60% of the received blue light emissions pass through to
the retina, compared to only around 20% for a 60 year-old adult. The
potential harmful effects of blue light on young children will be
significantly reduced if you choose an ASUS OLED display.
Consistent color in any environment
ASUS OLED laptops can maintain good color
reproduction at any brightness level, so you can freely adjust the
screen's brightness to suit your working environment. So even with a
lower brightness, you can still enjoy exceptionally vivid colors. At the
lower brightness levels needed on OLED displays, there's less harmful
blue light emitted.
* Color expression of an LCD
display compared to OLED display at the same brightness level.
Wide color gamut at low screen brightness
ASUS OLED laptops maintain a 100% DCI-P3
color gamut at both high and low brightness levels, while on a standard
LCD laptop the color gamut is reduced dramatically at low brightness
Dark room (0 lx)
Living room (100
Office (500 lx)
Studio (1000 lx)
* Required brightness on OLED
to reproduce same colors on 400 nits LCD screens.
High coverage of HDR standard
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. A Full HD (1920x1080) display has 2,073,600
pixels, which means it has 6,220,800 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