Asus has launched a new video monitor that will allow remote patients to monitor their health using their smartphone, even if they’re not in the office.
The Asus 144Hz Monitor is a 4K monitor with 144Hz refresh rate that’s capable of up to 4K resolution.
Its 4K support is currently limited to TVs that have an input resolution of 4096 x 2160.
This means that the monitor will only be able to display 4K video at 240Hz.
Asus says it will make a 4k monitor available later this year.
“With the new Asus 144 Hz monitor, remote patient monitors will be able send and receive data at the same time,” Asus said in a blog post.
“With a 4:2 aspect ratio, the Asus 144 is the ideal remote patient monitor for those who need an even sharper picture.
With a resolution of up for 4K, the screen is able to deliver a clear image for those in the remote patient environment.”
For remote patients, the monitor’s 4K output will be available in up to six resolutions, including a resolution up to 1920 x 1080.
In total, the resolution is 8.3 million pixels, which is 10 times larger than a regular 4K screen.
The 4K-capable monitor will also support 1080p, 60fps, and 30fps video capture, along with the ability to support video chats.
For now, the 4K image is only available to users in the US, but Asus is planning to add support for foreign countries in the future.
Users can use the Asus 4K remote patient display to monitor patients in the ER, where the standard monitor will not be able, and they can also use the monitor to view patient photos and videos on the computer.
The monitor is also compatible with Asus’ EZ Monitor and Asus Cloud, but it will only work with those products.
The monitor will be made by Asus, and will cost $200.
The company is currently offering the device through its website for $100.