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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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ASUS PG278Q 2560 x 1440 G-SYNC monitor

Since Nvidia announced G-SYNC, an adaptive refresh rate technology designed to cut down latency, tearing and stuttering, there has been a bubble of excitement and anticipation. Of particular interest to some people was mention of 2560 x 1440 monitors using the technology, which could point to an IPS panel. The ASUS PG278Q (also referred to as the ROG Swift) is the first confirmed 2560 x 1440 G-SYNC monitor.

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ASUS PB278QR with IPS panel

The ASUS PB278Q is a very popular all-round 27” monitor, being one of the first models to use a Samsung PLS (Plane to Line Switching) panel. ASUS have updated this model with a few new features and a different panel, bringing you the PB278QR. The housing of the monitor appears identical to the ‘Q’ model on the outside with moderately sized matte black plastic bezels and a quite solid fully adjustable stand, providing tilt, height, swivel and pivot adjustment.

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ASUS VX239H, VX279H and VX279Q

The ASUS MX239H and MX279H (Designo MX9 series) were arguably the most elegant of the spate of recent monitors employing LG’s AH-IPS (In-Plane Switching) panels with seamless ‘invisible bezel’ technology. These monitors proved to be very capable all-rounders, bringing a strong variety of rich colours to users without them needing to endlessly tweak settings. They also had a design that many people found attractive with a ‘sundial’ inspired stand, brushed metal bottom bezel and slender side and top bezels of around 10mm (including the visible panel border).

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Another 144Hz model – the ASUS VG248QE

ASUS broke the mould with the VG278HE, their latest 27” ‘high hertz’ offering, by giving the user not just 120Hz but a full 144Hz to play with. We have been able to confirm that, despite not being advertised as such, the BenQ XL2411T outputs 144Hz by default on both AMD and Nvidia GPUs. Now the ‘A team’ has a new kid on the block in the form of the VG248QE.

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