So it seems, monitor manufacturers are embracing the trend away from the usual 144 Hz monitors “Gaming” at 180 Hz, but do not know why. Proof of this is the new PG248Q Asus just released a monitor compatible with the G-Sync NVIDIA technology that reaches up to 180 Hz refresh rate.
This model adopts the latest style “ROG SWIFT” Asus, a style that uses a more slender and thin edges, although the limitations of the panel edges still remain. The base provides illumination with a red ring, and incorporates a kind of analog joystick to control the monitor menu. The base is fully adjustable yes, and equally to offer as Dell monitors, you can be moved in height, turn and swing to fit the user’s posture.
As for the new PG248Q has now launched Asus, it has a size of 24 inches and offers full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) using an LED-TN panel with only 1 ms response time. As we advance before, it is compatible with G-Sync NVIDIA and is able to change its refresh rate between 30 and 180 Hz, giving a huge margin for the graphics card fits the frequency at FPS rate at which it is able to move the games, thus delivering a smooth and seamless experience and eliminating the effects of tearing and stuttering that are so annoying in games.
On the other hand, it incorporates Flicker Free and Ultra Low Blue Light flicker anti technology, is capable of generating a maximum brightness of 350 cd / m2 with a typical contrast ratio of 1000 to 1, and can remove the base anchoring the monitor an arm by installing a VESA 100 at the rear. As video inputs has a DisplayPort 1.2 (for G-Sync) and an HDMI 1.4 only, but also integrates a USB 3.0 HUB.
The PG248Q Asus will start selling in the UK at a price of 399 pounds this week, and is expected to arrive by August the rest of Europe at a recommended price of 479 euros
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