ASUS has presented his new 27-inch MG278Q monitor,from the MG Series, focused on professional gaming and endowed with a WQHD panel 2560 x 1440, density of 109 pixels per inch, 1 ms response time, 144 Hz refresh rate, AMD FreeSync technology and various connectivity options; among them, DisplayPort 1.2 and dual-link DVI outputs, as well as two HDMI ports and two USB 3.0 ports.
Sources from the native leader of Taipi have contributed the data, highlighting that the ASUS MG278Q, in addition to offering a 77% larger space than standard Full HD displays of the same size, incorporates ultra-reduced blue light and anti-blink technology for eye protection during game marathons, and exclusive GamePlus and GameVisual improvements.
As for its finish, the MG278Q is presented with a ultra-thin profile and narrow frame which make it ideal for configurations with multiple monitors. Dispose of ergonomic base which allows to manipulate the height, inclination, rotation and rotation of the screen. Also can be removed to anchor the monitor to the wall with a VESA adapter.
The base includes an accessory that allows to keep the cables organized and out of sight.
Delving into the attributes of this new proposal directed by Jerry Shen now available for 599 euros- It has been known that its 144 Hz refresh rate and the response time of 1 ms allow you to enjoy visuals in motion in an absolutely fluid way.
Users can forget about blurry movements and react faster than anyone in first-person shooting games, racing, real-time strategy and sports, informants have illustrated.
The ASUS MG278Q is designed to enjoy the maximum comfort of long game sessions.
With respect to technologies which includes this monitor, the AMD Freesync eliminates the tearing effect and ensures a visual experience without interruptions during games; and the Ultra Low Blue Light, through 4 filter levels, reduces harmful blue light emission up to 70%.
In addition, the technology Flicker-free reduces flickering to minimize visual fatigue and reduce other adverse effects related to long gaming sessions; and the GameVisualWith 6 factory settings, it offers the possibility of adjusting the image to different usage scenarios. The monitor menu includes a dedicated key to access this unique function.
Continuing with the plus of the ASUS MG278Q, it has been known to include the GamePlus shortcut, which activates the OSD crosshairs and timer functions. The user can choose between four different crosshairs and five time intervals that he can freely position on the left side of the screen, the Chinese have pointed out, adding that the image counter per second allows to monitor the fluidity of the game in time real.
Another promising model
It has also been known that The ASUS MG Series also includes the MG279Q model, also with 144 Hz refresh rate and equipped with a IPS panel with a viewing angle of 178 degrees It reduces color distortion to a minimum.
ASUS MG278Q Specifications
ASUS MG279Q Specifications
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