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The vg248qe and the vg278he are, imo, too different in many aspects to be called brothers.
$450±50 seems about right. But don't take my word for it.
Edited by ARIKOmagic - 1/7/13 at 4:29pm
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If it is 450$ it will surely come with the Nvidia 3D IR emmitter and glasses, just like the BenQ XL2420TX. The VG278HE does not come with an IR emitter or 3D glasses which is why it is cheaper than the VG278H.
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With no 3d emmiter I would be surprised to see it more than $400.
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Originally Posted by ARIKOmagic View Post

The vg248qe and the vg278he are, imo, too different in many aspects to be called brothers.
$450±50 seems about right.

Clearly they are the first VG generation in the series to both have 144hz, so hence my example of Big brother 27" 144hz, and the Little brother 24" 144hz. I wasn't being technical.

Aslo $450 "IMO" does not seem right. Why would I pay $450 here in the US for this monitor when I can either get the VG278H, 27" on sale right now for $50 more than the VG248QE and I get 3 more inches! Wouldn't we all like 3 more inches? thumb.gif or the 27" Yamakasi Catleap 2560X1440 S-IPS with Free shipping for $450? or even get the Benq XL2411T shipped from the UK under $450 after VAT.

Lets just wait and see, but sadly you are most likely right about that being the official price when it releases sozo.gif

I still hold my hope that is not because I really want one of this over BenQ. I know it won't be in the 300's range but I hope is lower than $450

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If it is 450$ it will surely come with the Nvidia 3D IR emmitter and glasses, just like the BenQ XL2420TX. The VG278HE does not come with an IR emitter or 3D glasses which is why it is cheaper than the VG278H.

Wow, funny you mention that, I just read a post somewhere else where they mention that the monitor won't have any of those things "Included". I'll see if I can find the link, but I don't promise I will.

What is the difference between the "E" at the end by the way? Other than the extras?
Edited by EpicSurvivor - 1/7/13 at 4:45pm
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Sounds like it should be coming sometime this month, no pricing info though.
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The 24-inch ASUS VG248QE monitor is purpose-designed for high-performance gaming. Thanks to its 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms (GTG) response time, the VG248QE monitor natively supports higher in-game frame rates (FPS settings) than monitors with refresh rates of 120Hz or less to deliver more fluid on-screen motion. The VG248QE has a 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution and an 80,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio for crisp, clear detail, even in dimly lit in-game environments. The ASUS VG248QE also supports NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ 2 technology and features HDMI, DisplayPort and dual-link DVI-D ports. User comfort is assured too, thanks to full tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustment.

ASUS VG248QE Fast Gaming monitor will be available from January 2013.

http://press.asus.com/asus-announces-transformer-aio-pc-with-detachable-tablet-and-qube-with-google-tv-media-streamer/
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Why would I pay $450 here in the US for this monitor when I can either get the VG278H, 27" on sale right now for $50 more than the VG248QE and I get 3 more inches!

27" TN 1080p is not pretty (tried a few). Even at the same price, I'd pick the 24" model over the 27".

I believe Asus use the "e" to indicate the lack of emitter.

vg236h - included emitter
vg236he - no emitter
vg278h - built-in emitter
vg278he - no emitter

The "Q" in VG278QE probably relates to the new firmware which includes fancy on screen timers. That or the new stand.
Edited by whybother - 1/7/13 at 7:00pm
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27" TN 1080p is not pretty (tried a few). Even at the same price, I'd pick the 24" model over the 27".
I believe Asus use the "e" to indicate the lack of emitter.
vg236h - included emitter
vg236he - no emitter
vg278h - built-in emitter
vg278he - no emitter

Oh okay that would make sense. I agree I rather 24" over the 27".

Thing is, about me, I just went from an Asus G73 ROG laptop that had a 17" screen to just recently a 24" Asus VE248 (See Signature). And the truth is I absolutely love it! I know there are many people who complain about TN panels and low res (Even 1920X1080) and are huge fans of very high res and IPS monitors and all that stuff. I think those type of people have being around this stuff for so long that they come to expect better. Me, being a New, I'm absolutely pleased with it, my next upgrade will most defenitly be 120Hz + maybe in a couple of years I'll start worrying about Higher res, and IPS and all that stuff.

But honestly I'm so pleased with my VE248 and it has being such an upgrade coming from my Asus ROG screen that I absolutely don't mind them. I like it, is basic, and still looks very nice. All I need is the Higher refresh rate for gaming and I'll be set, so that's why I'm so exited about the VG24QE thumb.gif


So much crap going on in life, sounds vain but if I could get this monitor I think I would be a little more happy hahaha.
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have it a sticker ag coating ?
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Based on the official announcement of previous Asus monitors, I'm expecting it to be in stores at the end of Feb, possibly March.
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