ASUS today announced MG278Q, a 27-inch widescreen-quad-high-definition (WQHD) display designed for professional gaming. It features an almost-instantaneous 1 ms response time; as well as an incredible 144 Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync technology for smooth, seamless gameplay. MG278Q has an ergonomic design, and has Ultra-Low Blue Light and Flicker-Free technologies to protect users' eyes during marathon gaming sessions. ASUS-exclusive enhancements like GamePlus and GameVisual technologies give users an advantage in the gaming arena.
Highly-detailed cinematic visuals
ASUS MG278Q represents a new generation of displays, boasting a WQHD resolution (2560 x 1440) panel with a pixel density of 109 pixels per inch (PPI). The latest MG278Q display delivers highly-detailed images, and has up to 77% more onscreen desktop area than similarly-sized standard Full HD (1920 x 1080) displays.
Smooth, fast-paced gameplay
ASUS MG278Q features an astonishing 144 Hz refresh rate and a 1 ms gray-to-gray response time to eliminate smearing, ghosting, and motion blur. This gives it the visual prowess required for fast-paced first person shooter or racing games.
It also features AMD FreeSync technology for seamlessly-smooth gameplay to give gamers the upper hand when playing the latest gaming titles.
Designed for comfortable marathon gaming sessions
ASUS MG278Q is specially-designed for marathon gaming sessions. It features ASUS Ultra-Low Blue Light technology reduces blue light emission by up to 70%, and has four different blue light filter settings that are easily accessed through a new onscreen display (OSD) menu. Flicker-Free technology also helps reduce onscreen flicker for a more comfortable gaming experience.
MG278Q has a slim profile and narrow bezel that makes it perfect for almost-seamless multi-display setups. It has an ergonomically-designed stand with full tilt, swivel, pivot, and height adjustment so gamers can find their preferred comfortable viewing position. The MG278Q can be easily detached from the stand thanks to a quick-release latch, and can be VESA wall-mounted to save on desktop space.
ASUS MG278Q features the ASUS-exclusive GamePlus hotkey for crosshair overlay, timer functions and frames per second (FPS) counter. The crosshair overlay with four different crosshair options lets users choose the one that best suits the game they're playing. There's also an onscreen timer users can position on the left of the display to keep track of the elapsed gaming time; while the FPS (frames per second) counter lets users know how smoothly the game is running.
ASUS-exclusive GameVisual technology provides up to six preset display modes (Scenery, Racing, Cinema, RTS/RPG, FPS, and sRGB) to suit different game genres. This unique feature can be easily accessed through a hotkey or the OSD settings menu.
Extensive connectivity options and smart cable management
ASUS MG278Q has rich connectivity options for fast signal transmission, including one dual-link DVI, two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort 1.2. The DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI-1 outputs provide native WQHD output. Two fast-charging USB 3.0 ports charge mobile devices quickly and can be used as an alternative connection for a secondary display.
A cable-management design feature found on the back of the display helps organize and hide cables to keep the gaming area tidy.
MG Series 144 Hz displays for unrivalled gaming visuals
The ASUS MG Series consists of the MG278Q and the MG279Q 144 Hz gaming displays. MG278Q's 1 ms response time makes it ideal for first-person shooters; while MG279 utilizes an in-plane switching (IPS) panel for wide 178° viewing angles for lifelike gaming visuals with minimal distortion and color shift. The MG Series displays are designed to fulfill the visual requirements of all types of gamers.
AVAILABILITY & PRICING
ASUS MG278Q will be available in Asia, Europe in August, and North America early September.
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