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ASUS Adds Entry-Level VP28UQG to Gaming LCD Lineup: 28 , 4K, FreeSync, 1ms

ASUS Adds Entry-Level VP28UQG to Gaming LCD Lineup: 28 , 4K, FreeSync, 1ms

Without creation any formal announcements, Asus has quietly added a dewy gaming show to their product lineup. The VP28UQG features a 4K resolution, a 1 ms response time, as able-bodied as AMD’s FreeSync ballsy brace degree technology. The inexperienced observer does not belong to the premium ROG product family and does not relieve elevated energize rates, so all signs purpose to Asus positioning it as an entry-level monitor.

The ASUS VP28UQG expo is equipped with a 28" TN panel featuring a 3840×2160 resolution, 300 nits brightness, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 170°/160° viewing angles, a 1 ms response time, as husky as a 60 Hz enliven rate. The scanner can reproduce 1.07 billion colors, on the contrary ASUS for some intellection does not state its actual coverage of sample colour spaces. In that the VP28UQG is designed for gaming, it is most practicable tailor-made for WindowsMicrosoft Windows operating system and therefrom the sRGB color space.

Hardcore gamers might acknowledge a 60 Hz freshen scale besides low for bustle packed titles, nevertheless ASUS seems to end the distinct watchdog at informal gamers who include demands for a higher resolution and an above-average shade size. The three leading reasons why ASUS calls the VP28UQG a gaming an act is thanks to it has a low response eternity from the custom of a TN panel, supports AMD’s FreeSync technology (with a 40 to 60 Hz range, so unfortunately no LFC), as fresh as ASUS’s own GamePlus technology that adds on-screen crosshair, FPS counter, timer and so on. Concern in cognizance that casual gamers barely posses graphics cards that can hit above 60 frames per moment in demanding titles at a 4K resolution, the 60 Hz revitalize of the detector might not be an controversy for now. In fact, the VP28UQG is not the early 4Kp60 recorder aimed at gamers in ASUS’ lineup. The collection has been selling the MG28UQ featuring a comparable panel for a while nowadays and the VP28UQG is positioned a bit lower in the lineup.

When it comes to connectivity, the VP28UQG is equipped with two HDMI 2.0 inputs as blooming as a DisplayPort 1.2 input, and has a 3.5-mm audio jack to connect headphones. As for ergonomics, ASUS says that the overseer can adjust its tilt, but not swivel or height.

ASUS 4Kp60 Gaming Monitors
Panel 28" TN
Native Resolution 3840 × 2160
Refresh Standard Range 60 Hz
Response Time 1 ms (gray-to-gray)
Brightness 300 cd/m² 330 cd/m²
Contrast 1000:1 unknown
Viewing Angles 170°/160° horizontal/vertical
Color Saturation sRGB (?)
Inputs 2 × HDMI 2.0
1 × DisplayPort 1.2
1 × HDMI 1.4
1 × HDMI 2.0
1 × DisplayPort 1.2
Audio 3.5-mm audio out 2 × 2 W speakers
3.5-mm audio out
USB Hub - dual-port USB 3.0 hub
Proprietary Enhancements Trace At liberty Technology
GamePlus Modes: Crosshair/Timer/Display Alignment
Low Moody Light: Yes
SPLENDID Video Preset Modes: 8 Modes
Skin-Tone Selection: 3 Modes
Color Temperature Selection: 4 Modes
Trace Gratis Technology
GamePlus Modes: Crosshair/Timer/Display Alignment
Low Woebegone Light: Yes
GameVisual Modes: Scenery/Racing/Cinema/RTS/RPG/FPS/sRGB
Skin-Tone Selection: 3 Modes
Color Temperature Selection: 4 Modes
Mechanical Chassis Color Black
Tilt -5° ~ +20°
Swivel - -60° ~ +60°
Pivot - 0° ~ +90°
Height Adjustment - 0~150 mm
VESA Wall Mounting 100 × 100 mm
Power Consumption
Idle ~0.5 W
Active 60 W 62.9 W
Price unknown ~$430
Detailed Information Link Link

All told, the ASUS VP28UQG seems to be aimed at gamers who appetite a broad 4K panel with a blue streak response allotment and a electric invigorate percentage technology, but engage in not craving to invest a abundance in it and are okay with a 60 Hz TN panel. That said, determine not expect the VP28UQG to be expensive. Its greater brother called the MG28UQ is available for $429.99 at Amazon and the current unit testament feasible be all the more extended affordable when it becomes available in Q3 2017.

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