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ASUS MG279Q with 144Hz WQHD IPS-type panel

For users who are interested in gaming monitors, there are a number of fine choices at the moment. If a user decides that they are interested in fluid fast-paced gaming, then they may want to opt for a model with high refresh rate (such as 120Hz or 144Hz). If they prefer rich and consistent colours, then they may decide to sacrifice refresh rate for an IPS-type panel.

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ASUS VC279H with ‘Neo Blade’ AH-IPS panel

With the plethora of ‘4K’ UHD monitors, curved models and high refresh rate models being launched at the moment it’s easy to forget that some people only require the humble 1920 x 1080 resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. For console gaming, for example, there is no need for anything more. And for some users pushing more pixels can be challenging on their computer system or even their visual system.

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ASUS PB258Q with a WQHD AH-IPS panel

We’ve seen a trend recently with a spread of the popular 2560 x 1440 resolution to some smaller and somewhat more affordable models. The ASUS PB258Q is the company’s take on the increasingly popular Dell U2515H, featuring the same 25” AH-IPS panel with 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution. This provides a pixel density of 117.49 PPI (Pixels Per Inch) compared to 108.79 PPI for a 27” model with the same resolution.

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ASUS MX27AQ elegant WQHD AH-IPS model

The inspired design of the ASUS ‘Designo’ MX and VX series has won the affection of many users. Indeed the modern, artistic and to many aesthetically pleasing design is quite fetching. We recently brought you news of a couple of new additions to the ‘VX’ series (the VX24AH and VX249H) which expand the series with new panels and capabilities.

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ASUS PB279Q with 4K AHVA panel

ASUS are never afraid to push the boundaries of innovative new technology. They were one of the first companies to embrace UHD (‘4K’) monitors with their PQ321Q and have pushed an affordable gaming-oriented alternative in the form of the PB287Q. At Computex in Taipei there were a couple of new additions announced which are sure to stir the market up a bit.

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ASUS VX24AH 23.8 inch WQHD model

We recently brought you news of the BenQ BL2420PT, which crams 2560 x 1440 pixels into a relatively tight space. With its 23.8” screen, the pixel density of 123.42 PPI rivals that of a theoretical 36” UHD (3840 x 2160) model. For many users that’s quite a nice high density without necessitating scaling (which doesn’t work as well as it should in some cases).

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