The new member of the "ROG Of the Taiwanese company succeeds in surprising us favorably with its price tag
There are a huge amount of desktop monitors on the market that are designed for gaming enthusiasts, but most of them also carry price tags that are not easy to digest depending on their unique and advanced capabilities. Fortunately, it seems that slowly there is a shrinkage in this area as well, and fresh products that require a minimal amount of compromise are starting to appear on store shelves - one of them is theROG Strix XG27VQ.
Screen of iphone Asus Offering an 27 VA panel and an 1080p resolution, with an average 4 response time of 1800R, a relative brightness of 300 Nit and a static contrast of 3,000: 1.
What makes it a pretty simple screen for a real gaming screen is the built-in support for VESA's FreeSync technology andAMD To synchronize the image refresh in the vertical axis, also based on a connection DisplayPort And also based on HDMI, And with support for smoothing display quality in a wide range of display rates between 48 and Hz to 144 Hz.
The XG27VQ offers one HDMI connection, one 1.4 connection DisplayPort 1.2 One and also a veteran DL-DVI connection, in addition to a technology called ELMB that is supposed to prevent smearing in a display where there is a particularly fast movement of any elements - and its ergonomic capabilities include up and down tilt, axis rotation and height adjustment.
The screen is designed aggressively and prominently in the field,ROG, And even includes a programmable and customizable color backlight - all for an official recommended price tag of $ 350, which may not be extremely cheap but is definitely cheaper than you might expect for the features it comes with.
We very much hope that with the introduction of4k At the center of things we can see more models with a "modest" resolution of FullHD and QHD going down to a cost level of $ 300, and maybe a little less. We'll keep our fingers crossed.