Sunday, August 13th 2017

ASUS Intros VP248QGL-P Low-cost FreeSync Monitor

ASUS today introduced the VP248QGL-P, a cost-effective 24-inch gaming-grade monitor with AMD FreeSync technology support. If you can get past the TN-film panel with 1080p resolution, you'll also find that it features response times as low as 1 ms, and up to 75 Hz refresh-rates. Viewing angles are 170°/160° (H/V). Among its feature-set is ASUS Splendid display management software, blue light filtering, and ASUS GamePlus, which is a collection of game genre-specific display presets. Display inputs include one each of DisplayPort 1.2a, HDMI 1.4a, and D-Sub. Stereo speakers and 3.5 mm-jack make for the rest of it. Expect a sub-$175 price.
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6 Comments on ASUS Intros VP248QGL-P Low-cost FreeSync Monitor

#1
kastriot
If they added 144Hz then it would be good price, this way just another common overpriced monitor.
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#2
Zubasa
kastriot said:
If they added 144Hz then it would be good price, this way just another common overpriced monitor.
Asus selling overpriced monitors, who would have thought? :laugh:
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#3
Readlight
My old Asus monitor one speaker doesn't work and sounded terrible, at least it works after 10-20 years.:)
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#4
Caring1
Sounds identical to AOC monitors specs, but still dearer.
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#5
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Yawn. Any monitor claiming gaming credentials should be better than my BenQ XL2720Z 144Hz, strobing 3D Vision monitor which I've had for years.
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#6
Apocalypsee
What a load of crap, LG sells their 24MP59G cheaper than this (currently at $129.99 promo) but equipped with IPS panel, same 75Hz refresh rate with Freesync and includes 1ms backlight strobbing if you prefer that.
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