I was previously excited for this monitor until they kept delaying it due to panel and frequency issues. http://rog.asus.com/331952014/gaming-monitors/video-rog-swift-pg278q-g-sync-gaming-monitor-hands-on-with-bf4/
Although it's a TN panel, this G-Sync monitor it will sport the following specs:
I'm pretty excited about this monitor. It's a g-sync monitor and although its a TN panel we need to remember it's 8 bit, which means the color and accuracy will be better than most. The response time is awesome too. Like this article says, the price might be a killer to it though. It's ranked pretty high on sites like this http://toptengamer.squidoo.com/top-g-sync-monitors .
The price is the killer for me. Since I already have a 24inch Asus GSync monitor, I'm good for a long while. I have a 27 inch IPS Monitor that's overclocked to 110hz. I can't game on it though so my GSync does the trick.
Awesome technology. But it's too expensive ATM. I'm waiting for the price to drop and for their official release before I get one of these bad boys.
PC gaming FTW! Can't wait for The Witcher 3.
Absolutely agree. A 27 inch monitor that isn't IPS and it's 800 bucks? That's a bit excessive. We need more G-Sync monitors on the market to bring reasonable prices for competition.
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