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ASUS PB Series PB278Q 27"" 5ms (GTG) WQHD Widescreen LED Monitor Built-in Speakers Reviews

R3apR369

The ASUS PB278Q

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Pros: Perfect image quality out of box! Simple controls layout. No crazy and obnoxious glare/reflection. Can I say perfect image quality again?! :)

Cons: Heavy, (although may be considered a pro to others) Tilt function works, but can be a bit ackward.

Wow, I'm quite surprised that I am the first one to review this monitor. I probably won't be able to get all technical with this review, but I would like to write out what makes this a great monitor and great purchase to those looking to go 2560x1440P. Shall we begin?! First off, as noted in my "Pros" tab, the image quality when I first turned this on, was just astounding! I didn't have to do any kind of calibration tests to get a better image. I'm sure many perfectionists out there will still want to calibrate it though. The monitor is very sturdy. No wobbling of the monitor and stand whatsoever. Thank the monitor's stand for this. It is quite heavy! I believe this is where all the...
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bmxmandan

Excellent, Sharp, Crisp and fast

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Pros: High Resolution (2560x1440), Fast GTG (5ms), large screen (27"), nice design

Cons: Screen rotation is like a mini lazy susan. A bit heavy. Slightly flimsy OSD buttons, 60Hz refresh rate

I want to start this review by stating that i have around average or slightly above average knowledge of monitor specifications and features. This is mainly a consumer review of how well the monitor fairs in day to day use and with the use of gaming and game development. First when i unpacked the monitor i found that it was heavy. Although this may bother some, it did not bother me so much as i don't intend on moving around. It was easy to put together, all i had to do was attach the base plate to the stand with the use of a singular wing nut. One thing i should mention is that the screen came with EVERY cable you could possibly connect to it. HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI, VGA as well as a...
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