The latest screen from the Asus Republic of Gamers range is a monster. The PG348Q has a 34in diagonal and a 3,440 x 1,440 resolution, and the vast number of those pixels are stretched around a curved IPS panel. Nvidia G-Sync is present, too, alongside...
10 expert reviews | 40 user reviews
For the money, you can't buy a faster gaming display that offers a 144Hz refresh rate. Some might be turned off by the TN panel, but it still looks darn good in the flesh. You won't be disappointed.
4 expert reviews | 12 user reviews
The Asus ROG Swift PG279Q is, on paper, the ideal 27-inch gaming monitor. It has an IPS panel, so overall image quality should be superb, plus it can refresh at up to 165Hz and includes G-Sync technology too. Unless you're after a super-high-resolution...
14 expert reviews | 154 user reviews
There's a great deal to like about Asus’ ROG Swift PG27AQ, from its understated and well-made stand, to its excellent menu system and beautifully smooth 4K gameplay with G-Sync. However,
9 expert reviews | 74 user reviews
In terms of performance for the money, we can't help but like the Asus MG28UQ. For less than £400 you get a capable 4K TN panel, that doesn't have major shortcomings in image quality; any that there are can only be revealed using a calibrator. To the...
5 expert reviews | 9 user reviews
If you own an Nvidia graphics card and you spend more time gaming on your PC than anything else, a 180Hz display with G-Sync is absolutely worth the money. But otherwise, you could choose a larger display, IPS panel technology or a higher resolution...
4 expert reviews | 5 user reviews
This is a great monitor. In fact it turned out to be my fourth 4K monitor. Here's my story. I originally had the Acer S277HKwmjdpp 27-Inch 4K2K which was visually stunning. Unfortunately this had a problem with the power (a known fault) so ended up...
3 expert reviews | 1 user reviews
If you want to upgrade to a new high grade IPS panel then the ASUS Designo MX27AQ should be right at the top of your final list.
7 expert reviews | 52 user reviews
You may have already gathered that I’m rather impressed with the Asus Swift PG278Q Gaming Monitor, and I am, very impressed! Never have I seen such focus in a Gaming monitor, Asus no doubt had one goal in mind, when they designed this monitor…
29 expert reviews | 573 user reviews
This machine isn't perfect, but it produces perfect images, especially if you're nowhere near sunlight. Photographers, designers and videographers will love this unit.
47 expert reviews | 435 user reviews
Ultra HD 4K monitors have been dropping in price this year, although quality IPS models still command a premium. Today we look at the ASUS ProArt PA328Q, priced around £1,000. While still expensive, it is a far cry from the launch price of the IGZO 4K...
13 expert reviews | 15 user reviews
Although 24-inch 1080p IPS displays are now available under £200, good-quality 27-inch consumer panels are still a fair bit more expensive. Therefore there's not too much of a price difference between those screens and the Asus PA279Q. For the extra...
21 expert reviews | 102 user reviews
Fewer extras than the competition, but excellent high-resolution images out of the box
36 expert reviews | 1021 user reviews
Viewing angles are fairly wide and are rated at 178 degrees horizontal and vertical, although there's a definite blue tint when the screen is viewed from angles greater than 30 degrees horizontally, and some moderate contrast shifting from slightly...
11 expert reviews | 50 user reviews
This gaming screen from Asus comes with a 1440p resolution and a 27-inch diagonal, but that's not all to like. It's got AMD FreeSync on board to make games run smoother, and it's got screen modes that correspond to different game genres – an idea...
9 expert reviews | 155 user reviews
The Asus MG278Q is a 27-inch WQHD (2,560×1,440) TN gaming display that supports AMD FreeSync adaptive-sync technology. When in adaptive-sync mode, it's capable of a wider frequency range than its IPS cousin, the MG279Q, as it can go from 35Hz all the...
3 expert reviews | 65 user reviews
A cheaper entry into the silky smooth world of 144Hz gaming?
27 expert reviews | 1788 user reviews
We’d prefer a higher maximum resolution, but this is a beautifully designed monitor with great image quality
24 expert reviews | 1692 user reviews
This screen is the standard by which others will be judged. OK, hardly anyone will buy it and the price is hard to justify, but for the time being, this monitor is as good as it gets. Well, until someone cooks up a lovely 4K 120Hz panel that is…
24 expert reviews | 939 user reviews
The Asus PA248Q is aimed at serious graphics professionals and enthusiasts and delivers great performance and plenty of features for the money. It offers more screen space than a typical 24inch display and offers a full set of adjustments and comes...
21 expert reviews | 744 user reviews
Has great colour accuracy, a fully adjustable stand and a wide variety of inputs, but you pay for them
20 expert reviews | 1176 user reviews
It comes with a three year warranty.
1 expert reviews | 203 user reviews
Not only does the Asus MX299Q offer the kind of widescreen space that’s ideal for multiple applications, the quality of the display itself is also surprisingly good. When you match that with a good built-in sound system and stylish looks, you have an...
13 expert reviews | 154 user reviews
It offers great value for money if you want to slide your old desktop for a newer wide-screen one. It produces rich and accurate colors and the 10 point multi-touch is icing on the cake.
1 expert reviews | 29 user reviews
14 expert reviews
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