Meet one of the cheapest models you can get with a refresh rate higher than the 60 Hz
Agree with technology that enables them to actually display more than 60 frames per second become more common and accepted, not only among Gamers Jury, and to our delight, this trend seems to also affect the price levels of these models that are starting to drop to a reasonable level - as our company proves Asus Now.
Asus officially announced a screen called VP228QG, which offers fairly basic features but without sacrificing the maximum 75 Hz refresh rate for a practical display of up to 75 frames per second, along with FreeSync's AMD Smoothes the display without sacrificing performance.
The screen is based on an 21.5-inch TN panel and 1080p resolution, with an average maximum brightness of about 250 Nit, a high-speed PWM backlight illumination to prevent existing 'flickering' effect in some display modes, a minimum of one millisecond options per pixel, Basic ergonomics for display tilt - and built-in stereo speakers with one 1.5 watt power and 1.4a HDMI connections, DisplayPort 1.2a and VGA / D-Sub in favor of proper back support.
We still do not know exactly when the VP228QG will land in stores, but it will probably happen over the next few weeks, and perhaps the price? We stick our fingers and believe that the recommended pricing will be lower than 200 dollars, making the model one of the cheapest in the category that can be classified as gaming, with FreeSync. Will be worth the price? Let's tell what you think about the reactions.