ASUS Vivobook 15X OLED
Discover a vivid new vision
Expand your vision beyond the borders and immerse yourself in Vivobook 15X OLED’s amazing 16:9 aspect-ratio display. This OLED HDR1 three-sided NanoEdge display is super-bright and has a cinema-grade 100% DCI-P3 color gamut for ultra-vivid colors. It’s also PANTONE® Validated for professional-grade color accuracy and TÜV Rheinland-certified for low blue-light emissions. Let Vivobook 15X OLED guide your creative journey, with a fresh new visual experience.
ASUS OLED Display
An OLED cinema in your hands
Vivobook 15X OLED’s display has a best-in-class color gamut. It reproduces colors with superb real-life accuracy for professional-grade visuals, making it perfect for professional and creative work, or anyone who simply wants to enjoy the very best color fidelity. An OLED display, due to the nature of the special organic light-emitting compounds it uses, reduces harmful blue light by up to 70%3 compared to LCD displays, making it extra gentle on your eyes to reduce the risk of retinal damage.
- World-leading motion clarity with 120 Hz OLED display
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, it’s awesome!
- 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.
- 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 / 3 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.