144 This run-off: the Taiwanese manufacturer is officially unveiling a new screen with an impressive display rate
The desktop gaming market continues to grow, and with it we get more and more new products that pretend to innovate in their characteristics and provide a better experience.
This time it's Asus, and she wants to give an instant experience to gamers who need it - With a PG248Q desktop screen, With an 24-inch size and support for G-Sync technology NVIDIA To synchronize a vertical vertical display that does not affect performance.
The PG248Q panel is not exceptionally advanced, relying on the veteran TN technology with 1,080 × 1,920 pixel resolution, which provides a pixel-change pixel between gray and gray for a single millisecond, and supports built-in 144 Hertz refresh rate. The unique ability here is to perform The fast For screen display - so that together with a suitable video card (recommended model GeForce GTX 1060 and above) you can receive support at the rate of 180 Hz, ie ability to view תמונות At an impressive real rate of 180 frames per second.
The PG248Q was first introduced at the Computex 2016 in June, but only now we are getting a truly formal show, which includes all its technical features and capabilities
PG248Q is not the highest quality or most advanced screen around, but it should be effective for players who demand immediate response time from their hands, uncompromising - which explains why the side was a key component of ESL One's international gaming competition earlier this month and will go hand in hand With the professional gaming world in the international competitions of the DOTA 2 game.
Asus is trying to push the new model through the world of eSports growing
The gaming screen will include a single HDMI 1.4 connection and a DisplayPort 1.2 connection, although only the latter will provide support for the X-G-SYNC - thus also being able to run at 180 Hz, although this should not be a limitation to recent video cards, which also DisplayPort Constitutes the basic and widespread standard.
There are also ergonomic abilities, relatively limited
It is not yet known how much the PG248Q will cost to private consumers, but we are certainly sticking our fingers to a reasonable and reasonable price tag that can promote the conversion of very high display rates to the rising standard of the PC market. Does a refresh rate justify compromise in terms of the resolution and color gamut shown? You are invited to tell us what you think about the comments.
The biggest disappearance in PG248Q continues to be the price - which will need to be quite competitive in the age of screens 4k Offered for 400 dollars and less