ASUS 31.5” 1080P Monitor (VA329HE) – Full HD, IPS, 75Hz, Adaptive-Sync, Eye Care, Low Blue Light, Flicker Free, HDMI, VGA, Wall Mountable, Tilt Adjustable,Black

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ASUS 31.5” 1080P Monitor (VA329HE) – Full HD, IPS, 75Hz, Adaptive-Sync, Eye Care, Low Blue Light, Flicker Free, HDMI, VGA, Wall Mountable, Tilt Adjustable,Black
ASUS 31.5” 1080P Monitor (VA329HE) – Full HD, IPS, 75Hz, Adaptive-Sync, Eye Care, Low Blue Light, Flicker Free, HDMI, VGA, Wall Mountable, Tilt Adjustable,Black

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Specification: ASUS 31.5” 1080P Monitor (VA329HE) – Full HD, IPS, 75Hz, Adaptive-Sync, Eye Care, Low Blue Light, Flicker Free, HDMI, VGA, Wall Mountable, Tilt Adjustable,Black

Standing screen display size

‎32 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 Pixels

Brand

‎ASUS

Series

‎VA329HE

Item model number

‎VA329HE

Item Weight

‎15.65 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎7.9 x 28.6 x 18.8 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎7.9 x 28.6 x 18.8 inches

Color

‎BLACK

Voltage

‎110 Volts

Manufacturer

‎ASUS

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎August 10, 2022

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for ASUS 31.5” 1080P Monitor (VA329HE) – Full HD, IPS, 75Hz, Adaptive-Sync, Eye Care, Low Blue Light, Flicker Free, HDMI, VGA, Wall Mountable, Tilt Adjustable,Black

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  1. Eric F

    As descsibed

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  2. Kevin

    Works and looks great!!!

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  3. Amazon Customer

    Es un monitor que cumple con las especificaciones que ofrece. Muy cómodo para trabajar en documentos. Los colores en los videos son espectaculares. Es una relación costo beneficio a favor del cliente por su bajo precio

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  4. Johannac

    I bought this so I could play some controller games on my PC from my couch, which was a little too far away to see things on my 27″ monitors, but this is just big enough. And its clear enough that I can still read text and stuff from far away. Even from up close, very crisp visuals, good color. I can’t speak much to refresh rate or anything else for gaming, its just my second monitor when I’m at my desk and when I play games on it I’m far away and not playing anything very competitive. Nice monitor though

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  5. Audio Guy

    me encanto este monitor tiene una imagen muy nitida no calienta y eso me gusta aun no he probado bien la salida del audio probe con un parlante pero no me dio audio no se si sera de configurarlo bien en el monitor pero eso lo estare haciendo en otro momento de ahi todo bien con el producto

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  6. William

    great price great product – Thank you very much

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  7. Ron Pritt

    This is a great monitor, don’t get discouraged by the negative reviews! I encountered a lot of the problems mentioned in the negative reviews but got this thing running finely tuned with no flickering or image issues. ASUS gives you a lot of adjustments and settings on the OSD with the ability to save four profiles but none of the presets are that great out of the box and require some additional tweaking for the best picture. ASUS should have this more fine tuned when it leaves the factory for better plug and play compatibility…take note ASUS! The hardware you connect this to also makes a big difference, here’s how my journey has gone since purchasing:

    I bought this (April 2020) to be a primary monitor that ran off a slightly older MSI gaming laptop with a nVidia GT 765M 2GB connected using the display port cable. This is where I encountered most of my problems with flickering and instability as the GT 765M was not able to handle the 3840 x 2160 resolution even with the laptop screen turned off. I gained the stability by turning the resolution down to 1920 x 1080 and by using the “nVidia Recommended” settings in the nVidia Control Panel. I found that tinkering with too many of these settings also resulted in flickering and blackouts. Not satisfied with this arrangement I recently decided to sell the MSI laptop and build a new micro atx tower (loved the laptop but always have been more a desktop fan because you have more upgrade options).

    My new tower has a Intel 10th Gen Core i3 chip with the built-in UHD Graphics 630 which has plenty of power to run this monitor at the full 3840 x 2160 resolution. UHD videos on Netflix and Disney+ look amazing and run smoothly. At the end of the day though it’s really dependent on the video or picture source, this also has a huge impact on the final quality (check out some of the 4K and 8K videos on YouTube while your adjusting and fine tuning the settings on the monitor). Colors look great and “pop” and the off viewing angles are great as well.

    After being on the two aforementioned systems, here are the monitor settings that I currently use:

    GameMode
    Blue Light Filter – Level 0
    Brightness – 75
    Contrast – 75
    Saturation – 55
    Color Temp – User Mode R-95 G-100 B-100
    Skin Tone – Natural
    Smart View – OFF
    Sharpness – 50 (Already a high res monitor, too much decreases image quality)
    Trace Free – 60 (Already a high res monitor, too much decreases image quality)
    VividPixel – 25 (Already a high res monitor, too much decreases image quality)
    ASCR – ON
    Adaptive Sync/FreeSync – OFF (Graphics card on order, will update after install)
    GamePlus – OFF

    These are a good starting point for your initial setup (be sure to save your profile in one of the four available) or if your struggling to find a good combination. Obviously your system and personal tastes will vary and additional tweaking may be required.

    Cons:
    – The included stand has limited adjustment, it can only tilt the screen. I’m assuming ASUS did this keep the cost low and most gamers will just mount on an arm anyways…I did and love it!
    – No USB connectors which I personally find convenient (bought a 4 port USB 3.0 hub for my desk)
    – Brightness could be better but most gamers probably won’t mind, typically playing in darker environments.

    Hope this helps!
    (Updated 8/28/2020)

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  8. Eric F

    This is a great monitor for the price. I found that I had to have the right settings, then it looked great. I haven’t run any games on it, so I couldn’t rate that. But the 1 ms timing doesn’t hurt.
    I read a lot of very negative reviews about this monitor and evaluated it with these in mind. Most of them are way off base.
    Firstly, while some of the view modes are a little “washed-out”, I just set mine to either RGB or Theater mode. Theater mode is the best, in my opinion, because it gives the clearest, brightest picture. And it’s spectacular! I’m comparing it to my older 1900×1080 Samsung 144Hz monitor on the one hand and the OLED display on my iPhone. This monitor is not as bright as my old Samsung, but the colors are better. And this monitor’s color gamut almost seems comparable to my OLED iPhone! It’s really, really nice.
    Secondly, I reduced the output of only red and blue each, by 5%. This eliminated what was a little bias in the color balance that I didn’t like, but now it’s perfect!
    Thirdly, the whites are crisp and bright… I do have my brightness turned up to 100%, but a little lower down to 80% is fine too. I have my contrast a bit higher as well. The blacks are deep and true black. There is also subtlety in the display of gray shades.
    Fourthly, the resolution is awesome! So sharp and crystal clear. I’m doing photo editing on it and the nuances of high res pics come through great.

    I do not experience any of the display anomalies described in some of the negative reviews. Videos are smooth and spectacular. I did do a high res game benchmark and the display was fine. Looked great. But the video game benchmark result was average, because of the limiting factor of my older nvidia GeForce gtx 1650 card. I would definitely, if you have the money, get a better quality video card to power this monitor.
    I have been unable to get 10bit color to work, I’m pretty sure because I’m using an HDMI instead of Display Port cable.
    Also, this monitor is having no problem at all “waking up” when I power on my computer. It does take a little longer than my Samsung did; the screen just comes on as Windows is loading.
    If you are shopping for a budget computer monitor upgrade, want to save money, don’t really need a better $500 -$700 high res, high refresh rate, I highly recommend this one. 60Hz is just fine for me, looks great compared to my older 144hz monitor. I’m very impressed and pleased with this Asus monitor.
    The pictures I submitted for this speak for themselves.

    I can now update my review on this monitor with additional pertinent information. I just connected my monitor using a DisplayPort cable instead of the HDMI and found that graphics performance increased dramatically. My Passmark score for 3D graphics improved right away by more than 20%. I can now enable 10bit color and the display has improved significantly. The display now has even more clarity and brilliance than before when I said it’s spectacular. I just went: “Wow!!!”. Ultra HD videos are absolutely stunning and smooth. I gave this monitor an excellent score before, but now I’m floored! For the price, this monitor is a no-brainer. But do yourself a favor and connect it using a DisplayPort cable.

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  9. Mark

    The color depth on this monitor is second to none. Turning the blue light filter all the way off will show you the true colors other monitors don’t show you. I had Dell monitors and AOC monitors and none of them display such a nice white as this one. Also has a nice trace free function which basically makes it look and feel like a 120hz monitor. As well as a VividPixel option which can increase image sharpening on the monitor so your GPU doesn’t need to work harder to do it via overlay effects. Also compatible with Gsync via Freesync. Best monitor configuration for gaming is as follows.
    Standard Mode. Blue Light Filter 0. Color Augmentation 60 for all values RGYB. Brightness 100 Contrast 90. Color Temp Normal. Trace Free 60 (any higher causes ghosting). VividPixel 25 (higher may cause visual grain). FreeSync ON. NVIDIA Control Panel –> Digital Vibrance 80. G-Sync ON.
    Once you go ultrawide you can never go back. It is ironic that the best feature of this monitor is being able to disable the blue light filter when it was built with blue light filter to protect your eyes in mind. Most monitors have a soft nonadjustable bluelight filter making white pages appear to have a yellowish tint. Not this one. 🙂

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  10. CB1269

    I bought this for my home office to provide a larger viewing area when docking my laptop. The size and the quality of the image has not disappointed…and for less than $150, I feel like it is a great value.

    I will be using this primarily for work and perhaps an occasional video so I can’t speak to how it would perform in a gaming situation, but for what I needed I couldn’t be happier with my decision regarding the Asus.

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