Asus Monitors

Asus - One of the big names in computer hardware

Asus is based in Taiwan and has especially established itself in the computer industry. No matter if notebook, tablet, hard drives or graphics cards, Asus always stands for quality and best performance. Their monitors also inspire with their diversity and thanks to their TUF gaming monitors or the high-end devices from ROG, they are one of the number one brands for gamers.

ASUS XG279Q
Republic of Gamers has stood for high quality gaming hardware for years

Panel
IPS
Refresh rate
144 Hz
Response time
1ms
HDR
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • max Refresh Rate: 170Hz
  • HDR10
  • Color Space: sRGB and DCI-P3
  • Lighting effect: Aura Sync
  • Micro HDMI-Port

The Republic of Gamers brand makes many gamers’ hearts beat faster, as ROG produces high-quality gaming hardware. The monitors consistently offer high Hertz numbers up to 360 and also deliver low response times and compatibility with FreeSync from AMD and Nvidia G-Sync.

The XG279Q delivers a color-intensive IPS panel, QHD resolution, up to 170 Hz refresh rate, and a 1ms response time. Of course, ROG also delivers decent RGB lighting, because every gamer knows that hardware is always a bit better with it.

Variant: ASUS Swift PG348Q

  • 34 inch
  • UWQHD resolution
  • Game Mode
  • 60 - 100 Hz
  • no HDR

Variant: ASUS ROG PG43UQ

  • 43 inch
  • 4K resolution
  • 144 Hz
  • VA panel
  • HDR
  • Price

ASUS VG279QM
High-quality gaming hardware for the small budget

Panel
IPS
Refresh rate
240Hz
Response time
1ms
HDR
  • IPS panel
  • Price
  • no HDMI 2.1 port

If the budget is limited and not enough for a ROG monitor, then the TUF gaming monitors from Asus are a very good alternative. Despite a lower price, the monitors still offer carefully selected features that will please any gamer.

The best 240 Hz gaming monitor with a 1080p resolution is the ASUS VG279QM. The 27-inch screen allows for numerous ergonomic settings, handles reflections well, and gets bright enough. The response time is excellent and the 240 Hz can even be overclocked to 280 Hz, which allows for even more gameplay. The Asus supports FreeSync out of the box and is certified as G-Sync compatible. Input lag is low, but increases significantly when gaming at 60 Hz. All in all, however, it is a good monitor that should please both casual gamers and hardcore gamers.

Variant: ASUS VG27AQ

High-quality gaming hardware for the small budget
  • WQHD resolution
  • 165 Hz
  • Response time 1ms
  • VRR
  • HDR
  • Large color gamut is missing
  • Not well suited for dark rooms

Variant: ASUS VG32VQ

High-quality gaming hardware for the small budget
  • WQHD resolution
  • 144 Hz
  • VA panel
  • Response time 4ms
  • Curved design
  • HDR
  • Narrow viewing angle
  • Flickering backlight at low frequency

ASUS ProArt PA278QV
The best color accuracy for all creative minds

Panel
IPS
Refresh rate
75Hz
Response time
5ms
  • OLED Display
  • Mini-LED-Lighting
  • ASUS Smart HDR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Low contrast ratio

For creative minds, the ProArt Displays from Asus are just what you need. They offer the most advanced technology to best support anyone who wants to be creative. That’s why Asus also relies on mini LEDs as backlights for these monitors, color space coverage of 100% sRGB and 100% Rec. 709, as well as extensive connectivity options to allow you to connect various devices to the monitor.

The PA278QV ProArt display’s 27-inch screen offers enough space for most activities, and the QHD resolution means everything is crisp. Additionally, the IPS supports the intense colors and a response time of 5ms is also impressive.