4K Adaptive-Sync gaming monitor showdown: MG24UQ vs. MG28UQ

Siblings often compete, but even when they share much of the same DNA, they’re rarely evenly matched. Take our new MG24UQ and MG28UQ gaming monitors, for example. The family resemblance is clear even at a glance, and some of the specifications are identical. Both displays combine the rich detail of a 4K resolution with the…

The ROG Swift PG348Q gaming monitor is ahead of the ultra-wide curve

It’s here! After months of anticipation, the ROG Swift PG348Q is finally available. And it’s glorious. Much of the excitement surrounds the specifications, which read like an enthusiast’s wish list for a premium gaming monitor. The 34” ultra-wide screen stretches its panoramic 21:9 aspect ratio across a gentle 3800R curve. It’s based on a matte…

ASUS DisplayWidget simplifies monitor tweaking—with an automated twist

ASUS constantly strives to help users fine-tune their hardware. But it’s not enough to just provide access to extensive configuration options—making adjustments needs to be as easy as possible. That’s why we developed DisplayWidget, a new software utility that lets you take command of select Adaptive-Sync monitors from the Windows desktop. You can tweak the display…

On backlight bleed with the ROG Swift PG279Q gaming monitor

ASUS takes quality seriously, especially on premium ROG products. We’re constantly striving to improve, and part of that effort includes carefully monitoring the community and listening to feedback to ensure we’re meeting expectations. There has been a lot of discussion recently about IPS glow and backlight bleed on our ROG Swift PG279Q gaming monitor, concerns…

4K and G-Sync: A perfect match made by the ROG Swift PG27AQ

Superior graphics are a big part of PC gaming’s appeal. We have the best visuals around, in part because we have the best graphics cards and displays to deliver the action to your eyeballs. Nowhere is that more apparent than on ASUS’ new ROG Swift PG27AQ. The latest member of our expanding family of gaming…

The MG278Q is better than you think a TN monitor could be

The MG278Q’s 27” WQHD screen sits right in the sweet spot for gaming—its 2560×1440 resolution delivers sharp details without requiring multiple high-end graphics cards to maintain fluid frame rates.  The gaming experience is even smoother thanks to the 144Hz peak refresh rate, which can be perfectly synchronized with compatible Radeon graphics cards using AMD FreeSync…

A very PC DIY holiday gift guide

The holiday gift-giving season is fast approaching, but there’s no reason to be unprepared. We’ve compiled a collection of DIY-friendly ASUS products that are sure to bring smiles to the faces of the gamers and PC enthusiasts on your list–and provide ideas for what to put on your own wishlist. ROG Maximus VIII Impact motherboard – $248.99 While some…

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Check out this awesome ROG Swift PG279Q hype reel

The ROG Swift PG279Q is an incredible gaming monitor.  It uses NVIDIA G-Sync technology to synchronize the display’s refresh rate with the graphics card’s frame rate, which smooths out stuttering and eliminates tearing, and it’s capable of pushing refresh rates up to an amazing 165Hz.  Perhaps more importantly, the PG279Q does all that with an IPS panel…

This is how ASUS monitors reduce eye strain and fatigue

Most of us spend an increasing portion of our waking days looking at a screen of some kind. Smartphones greet our groggy eyes with alarms first thing in the morning, which is inevitably followed by fumbling through messages and social feeds—after a snooze or two, of course. From there, we’re off to work or school,…

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MG278Q FreeSync Gaming Monitor

The ASUS display team has been busy designing and developing even more MG series monitors. The MG279Q was recently released to a huge degree of interest and positive response from gamers, display enthusiasts and technical media. The latest MG series monitor offers up a similar set of features and functionality along with superior response time…