ASUS launches new gaming monitors with Adaptive-Sync Technology
ASUS added three more monitors to its MG Series lineup that bring crystal-clear images quality to video games. The monitors are highly customizable thanks to their DisplayWidget software that allows users to personalize settings or configure the ASUS GameVisual, App Sync and Ultra-Low Blue Light programs.
All three monitors bring GamePlus for a series of in-game enhancements such as a crosshair overlay and a frame-per-second counter. The GameVisual settings bring six preset display modes for users to choose from depending on the game type they’re playing: first-person shooter, real-time strategy/role-playing game, scenery, racing, cinema and sRGB. Gamers can personalize each mode and save the GameVisual settings in an AXML file format that can be used by other users as well.
Adaptive-Sync technology eliminates screen tearing and choppy frame rates for smoother gameplay. The 144Hz refresh rate eliminates lag and motion blur. With these two features, image quality will be improve, easily becoming a new standard for you.
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These monitors are not only the perfect choice for gaming: you can also use them as a TV set and save a lot of money. Plus, the high refresh rate means these monitors are 3D-ready.
Each monitor features full tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustment. These are the exact differences between the three monitors:
- MG248Q is a 24-inch Full HD gaming monitor with a 1ms response time and a 144Hz refresh rate
- MG28UQ is a 28-inch 4K UHD monitor offering a similar 1ms response time, perfect for first-person-shooter games
- MG24UQ is a 24-inch 4K UHD monitor with IPS technology, excellent for wide viewing angles.
MG248Q is the perfect choice when it comes to gaming monitors. Thanks to its response time, users can instantly react to what is going on in the game. The high 144Hz refresh rate eliminates lag and motion blur, delivering a smooth gaming experience. In terms of connectivity, this monitor has dual-link DVI-D, DisplayPort 1.2 and one HDMI port.
MG28UQ and MG24UQ offer cinema-quality visuals and are the first in the MG Series to feature 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) panels. Both feature a 60Hz refresh rate and offer DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI connectivity while only the MG28UQ is equipped with two USB 3.0 ports. Another major difference is that the MG24UQ incorporates an IPS panel for wide 178° viewing angles.
the MG248Q will be available towards the end of April although ASUS has not yet confirmed the exact date.
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