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Asus 27in FHD IPS 144Hz Adaptive Sync Gaming Monitor
The Asus VG279Q was the very first 1080p 144Hz gaming monitor to be available with an IPS panel. Its high price made sense back then, but nowadays, there are better and more cost-efficient alternatives available.
- The Asus VG279Q 27″ 1080p 144Hz gaming monitor is based on an IPS panel by AU Optronics with a 400-nit peak brightness and a 3ms (GtG) response time speed.
- This is a slight but notable improvement over the previous generation IPS displays of this calibre which have a peak brightness of 300-350 nits and a GtG (Gray to Gray pixel transition) response time of 4-5ms.
- Other panel related specs are standard including a 1,000:1 static contrast ratio and 8-bit (6-bit + 2-bit FRC) color depth covering the standard sRGB color gamut.
- The only thing we don’t like about the Asus VG279Q is its low pixel density due to the rather low 1080p resolution for its 27″ screen.
- This means that the picture is somewhat pixelated on this display whereas a 24″ or 25″ version of the monitor would have sharper and clearer details.