Items tagged with rog swift pg279q

The ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q has a lot going for it. ASUS filled the spec sheet with desirable technologies, including the use of an In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel. It's also the first monitor to boast both a 165Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-Sync support. But for all that it has going for it, there have been numerous user complaints about an apparent backlight bleed issue. Some have even accused ASUS of shipping out used panels. What does ASUS have to say about the matter? In a lengthy blog post on the subject, ASUS reassures buyers that it uses the "industry's most stringent screening criteria" and that "only the very best monitors make the grade." As an additional layer of protection against shoddy... Read more...
There's innovation in the monitor market again. For several years, a top of the line monitor consisted of a 30-inch panel with a 2560x1600 resolution. That's not too shabby, but more recently, monitor makers have begun offering even better displays higher resolutions and fancy new features. Count ASUS among them. ASUS today announced two new 27-inch monitors, the PG279Q and PG27AQ. At 27 inches, both are physically smaller than the 30-inch monitors that claimed flagship status for so long, but a closer look at each one reveals a few standout features that might make you want to upgrade, depending on what you're looking for. One of the neatest things about the PG279Q is that it's rocking an In-Plane... Read more...