The new VP28UQG model may be the cheapest way to enjoy your Ultra HD resolution at home
High resolution is certainly not the only statistic that matters when choosing a preferred display, but we would not mind seeing more products that offer the ability to operate at super-resolutions, without tearing your pocket completely - and it seems that this is already possible, thanks to products like VP28UQG's Asus.
The newly introduced model offers consumers a panel in the old TN technology (far from being ideal in quality, it is worth noting), 28 inches in size and 3,840 × 2,160 pixels resolution, as mentioned, with a refresh rate of 60 Hz and support for the technologyFreeSync In the range of 40 Hz to 60 Hz for vertical image synchronization that does not impair performance - all at an official price that should be $ 400 or even less.
The rest of the features of the fresh screen are basic and fairly average, including a static contrast ratio of 1,000: 1, an average brightness of 300 nits, 99 percent coverage of the sRGB standard, an average response rate of a single millisecond for pixels (which expresses one The only advantages of TN panels, apart from the minimum price), an ergonomic capability that amounts to the ability to tilt the display slightly at an angle of between 5 degrees and 20 degrees - and a set of connections consisting of full-size HDMI 2.0 inputs and more input DisplayPort Full size 1.2.
The VP28UQG's capabilities are very basic in the modern market, as is its exterior design, but this is also exactly what gives us hope for a price tag that will be relevant for a particular niche of UHD enthusiasts - this is because Asus already has a similar screen with a 28-inch TN panel And resolution 4k, Which includes real ergonomic capabilities, built-in speakers and a connection hub USB 3.0, which is priced at less than $ 450, and this sounds like a good basis for estimating the intended cost of the model that has not yet received official pricing from Esos.
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