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Old 29-06-14, 03:09 PM
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ASUS ROG 27" G-GYNC 144Hz 1440p monitor to release next month



Presenting the ASUS Republic of Gamers PG278Q.

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Old 29-06-14, 03:18 PM
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Take of the ROG branding and it'll be £120. Its cool but overpriced.
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Oops, you lot can flame me. I've gone and ordered one.
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Old 29-06-14, 03:41 PM
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for that price, unless you are a professional gamer you would be better off buying a benq monitor or waiting for more g-sync/freesync monitors to come on the market.
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Old 29-06-14, 03:45 PM
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i'd probably get one if it was 24"
27" is just too big imo
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i'd probably get one if it was 24"
27" is just too big imo
I have the PB278Q which I've had for nearly a year. I think it's a nice size and will probably look strange next to the PG278Q.
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i'd probably get one if it was 24"
27" is just too big imo
it wouldnt be 1440p then (27" 1440 being a pixel density sweet spot) they dont make 24" panels in 1440
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I have the PB278Q which I've had for nearly a year. I think it's a nice size and will probably look strange next to the PG278Q.
I'd really like to know your opinions of the quality of the TN panel used in the monitor compared to the IPS PB278Q.

I imagine the fact it is TN will put people off. Though ASUS did say that it is dest described as a modified TN panel and has great colour reproduction, but I will wait for reviews before I believe them.
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Old 29-06-14, 03:59 PM
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£669.92 for a TN panel.

ASUS emplyees must be laughing all the way to the bank.
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at £700 for a TNT panel.......


they can keep it..
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