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ASUS OLED laptops

5 reasons to choose ASUS OLED laptops

100% DCI-P3 best-in-class colour gamut
70% less harmful blue light
Clearer images at any brightness
DisplayHDR 500/600 True Black
0.2 ms fastest response time on any laptop
 
COLOUR GAMUT
PANTONE® VALIDATED
PEAK BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST RATIO
HARMFUL BLUE LIGHT
RESPONSE TIME
COLOUR DEPTH
ASUS OLED laptop displays
100% DCI-P3 (133% sRGB)Best-in-class colours
Yes
Up to 600 nitsEquivalent to 789 nits LCD perceptual brightness
1,000,000:1DisplayHDR 500/600 True Black certified
6.5%70% reduction in harmful blue light for eye care
0.2msUp to 50x faster response time for smooth action
Up to 1.07 billion colours
Most LCD laptop displays
62.5% sRGB (45% NTSC)
No
250 nits
1,000:1
21.5%
10 ms
16.7 million colours

Recommended OLED laptops

Studiobook Pro 16 OLED
ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED
Vivobook Pro 16X OLED
Studiobook 16 OLED
Zenbook 14X OLED
Vivobook Pro 14 OLED

Colour

Ultimate professional-grade colours

100%
DCI-P3 colour gamut
133%
sRGB colour gamut
Cinema-grade
industry standard
DCI-P3sRGB
LCD100% sRGBOLED100% DCI - P3

Colour

Ultra-accurate colours

 

Eye Care

70% blue-light reduction for eye care

70%
reduced blue light1
certified
certified
Harmful blue light wavelengthOLED Exposure (6.5%)LCD Exposure (21.5%)OLED with less harmful blue light

Eye Care

Eye care, even more critical for children

Lens transparency for blue light
Wavelength (nm)
Harmful blue light
5 year-old
60 year-old
Source: Lakeside Vision Center (2018)
https://www.essilorpro.com/content/dam/essilor-redesign/product-resources/crizal/Blue-Light-Roundtable_White-Paper.pdf

Colour Volume

Colour-perfect at any brightness

OLED
LCD
brightness
255 G
104 G
48 G
16 G
DCI-P3
* Colour expression of an LCD display compared to OLED display at the same brightness level.
Gray level (Brightness)
High Brightness
Low Brightness

Colour Volume

OLED has 1.6x colour volume compared to LCD

1.6X
colour volume compared to LCD
3D Colour Volume
OLEDLCD2D Colour GamutLum

Perceptual Brightness

OLED has much higher perceptual brightness

LCD
400
nits
OLED
152
nits
177
nits
303
nits
305
nits
Environment
(Illuminance)
Dark room
(0 lx)
Living room
(100 lx)
Office
(500 lx)
Studio
(1000 lx)
* Required brightness on OLED to reproduce same colours on 400 nits LCD screens.
LCD150 nitsOLED150 nits

Contrast

True black: See the unseen

1,000,000:1
contrast ratio
Up to
600nits
peak brightness5
0.0005nits
true black
Up to
 
LCDOLED

Response Time

Fastest response time on any laptop for smooth actions

0.2ms
ultrafast response time
50X
faster response time6
Without 0.2ms response time
With 0.2ms response time

ASUS OLED Care

Protecting your OLED display

  • Compared to average LCD displays in the market, measuring energy emission of blue light in between 415-455 nm wavelength.
  • See: https://www.nature.com/articles/srep05223
  • See: http://large.stanford.edu/courses/2017/ph240/kersten2
  • See: https://www.essilorpro.com/content/dam/essilor-redesign/product-resources/crizal/Blue-Light-Roundtable_White-Paper.pdf
  • Data is measured with DisplayHDR Test Tool. Peak brightness may vary by panel configuration.
  • Compared to average LCD laptop panel. Average LCD display has 10 ms response time.
  • 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 long time.