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Originally Posted by BababooeyHTJ View Post

No offense but you don't know what you are talking about. There are people all over the forums using 120hz displays that have more input lag than something like a Catleap single input that don't even notice. The single input Korean 1440p displays don't have a noticeable input lag. Thats coming from someone who has noticed input lag in a few displays that most people don't seem to notice.

The main difference is pixel response time. So the 120hz tn can look smoother in motion. That comes at the expense of image quality in other areas. I don't think that its worth it personally. I still think that the main advantage of these displays is 3d vision.


I'm sure technically you are more informed than me, I don't doubt that, but that doesn't mean that you understood what I was saying.
I'm sorry, I don't think you read my post correctly, because I was careful to word it in case something like this were to happen. If you noticed, I used the word "Tend" to have higher input lag, and I made it clear in my post I was referring in regards to gaming. I also mentioned Price, because from what I know newer ISP monitors are more expensive. Then I indirectly mentioned the 1440p Resolution which would clearly count as a "Higher Resolution" which clearly would demand more out of a system, performance wise than at 1080p.


You even said it, "The main difference is pixel response time. So the 120hz tn can look smoother in motion" Which simplified is what I was trying to say.

So lets make a short list
1) ISP=More expensive
2) "Tend" To have higher input lag... I didn't say they "ALL" have more input lag
3) The Higher the resolution= the more demand it will put on a system.

So what is your point that you are trying to prove me wrong? I don't understand.
Edited by EpicSurvivor - 1/9/13 at 5:50pm
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2) "Tend" To have higher input lag... I didn't say they "ALL" have more input lag
3) The Higher the resolution= the more demand it will put on a system.

Sorry about the way that my post came off.

You are right that 1440p comes with a large performance hit, larger than I thought.

You are right about the input lag part but thats mostly because most professional IPS displays come with a scaler that add a ton of input lag. There are a couple of 120hz displays that have them too. Its always something to look into when buying a display and is sometimes difficult to find out.
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Sorry about the way that my post came off.

You are right that 1440p comes with a large performance hit, larger than I thought.

You are right about the input lag part but thats mostly because most professional IPS displays come with a scaler that add a ton of input lag. There are a couple of 120hz displays that have them too. Its always something to look into when buying a display and is sometimes difficult to find out.

Hey man, no problem at all. Nothing wrong with a sensible argument.

I understand what you are saying as well thumb.gif
Edited by EpicSurvivor - 1/9/13 at 7:52pm
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Updates have being released today January 10 and according to the Official Asus ROG page, which seems to be temporarily down as of 9AM this morning. It was stated that the Asus VG248QE would be set to officially release this month. The Asus ROG site remains down as of now, but the information is provided directly from Asus ROG. Guess we'll have to wait for the Site to go back online.

This was taken from Asus ROG site before it went temporarily down this morning
"AVAILABILITY & PRICING
The following products will be available in select markets from authorized ASUS resellers on the dates below. For more information, please contact your local ASUS representative.

● ASUS Transformer AiO will be available from Q1 2013.
● ASUS Qube with Google TV will be available in the US from late Q1 2013.
● ASUS PA249Q ProArt monitor will be available from March 2013.
ASUS VG248QE Fast Gaming monitor will be available from January 2013.
● ASUS WL-330NUL Pocket Router will be available from February 2013."


Source: rog.asus.com/199052013/news/asus-launches-vg248qe-24-inch-144hz-3d-gaming-monitor/(Site is down for me after 9AM)




Here is another article from today with the same information however this is not directly from Asus ROG.


http://www.chiploco.com/asus-reveals-vg248qe-144hz-3d-monitor-along-with-several-other-products-at-ces-2013-20996/
Edited by EpicSurvivor - 1/10/13 at 12:01pm
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This has been known about since the CES press release was issued on 7th January - http://press.asus.com/asus-announces-transformer-aio-pc-with-detachable-tablet-and-qube-with-google-tv-media-streamer/. Be sure to check the 'English' link in the first post of this thread as it's updated as soon as this news breaks. Unlike the ASUS ROG page which just recycles materials from a few days ago. tongue.gif
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This has been known about since the CES press release was issued on 7th January - http://press.asus.com/asus-announces-transformer-aio-pc-with-detachable-tablet-and-qube-with-google-tv-media-streamer/. Be sure to check the 'English' link in the first post of this thread as it's updated as soon as this news breaks. Unlike the ASUS ROG page which just recycles materials from a few days ago. tongue.gif


Well I'll be darned.
I'm tracking this thing like a hound does a fox, I guess I just missed this detail, because I just found out. Oh well, thanks. Glad is official.

This monitor has exactly what I need. And it came just at the right time because the day I found out about this monitor I was about to buy an older120hz monitor which I had being searching for for the past 2 months. When I heard about the VG248QE I got exited and I figured I would just spend the extra $100 or so and just get this, that has 144hz and is new smile.gif

I heard rumors for the price, but nothing official yet. I hope someone on here post price information when it becomes available.
Edited by EpicSurvivor - 1/10/13 at 12:21pm
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Yeah, this certainly has a lot of potential. If it is set up to have decent colours and gamma and combines that with ASUS' usual well-configured overdrive this could definitely be a top notch gaming monitor. I do plan to review this model shortly after it's available here in the UK, too. smile.gif
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Yeah, this certainly has a lot of potential. If it is set up to have decent colours and gamma and combines that with ASUS' usual well-configured overdrive this could definitely be a top notch gaming monitor. I do plan to review this model shortly after it's available here in the UK, too. smile.gif

Yea I have seeing your videos on YouTube. You actually replied to my comment question on one of the 120hz monitors you were reviewing about 3 weeks ago.

Cheers!
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Price is rumoured to be sub $300 (possibly $280). This is being quoted at a number of reputable sources. Seems about right. That's what the Benq XL2411t would retail for if it ever hit the US.
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Price is rumoured to be sub $300 (possibly $280). This is being quoted at a number of reputable sources. Seems about right. That's what the Benq XL2411t would retail for if it ever hit the US.


Yeap, I saw it on this site earlier. I guess your post confirms the "Rumor" or at least I sure hope so. biggrin.gif I'm sorry but I can't wait hahaha.


http://www.gamefront.com/asus-wants-more-hertz-with-the-vg248qe/

By the way. I saw one of the BenQ gaming monitors on one of Linus Tech Videos from CES, and quiet frankly the image looked bad (Pretty bad tbh) I would imagine that they are very good monitors for gaming, but I don't see how they would be good for any other applications, like editing video or watching movies.

I'm glad I found out about the VG248QE cause I was about to buy an almost 3 year old 120hz monitor or the BenQ XL2420T just a few weeks ago.

I have high hopes for this monitor when it comes out, regardless of it having TN panel and being 1080p. So as soon as I find a retailer that has them in stock, I'm going to buy one thumbsupsmiley.png
Edited by EpicSurvivor - 1/11/13 at 8:40pm
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