Tuesday, December 22nd 2020

ASUS Also Rolls Out TUF Gaming VG289Q1A Monitor

In addition to the RT-AX68U router, ASUS today rolled out the TUF Gaming VG289Q1A gaming monitor. This 28-inch flatscreen monitor features 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution which it puts out using an IPS panel. The panel offers 178° viewing angles, 90% DCI-P3 coverage, HDR10, 10-bpc color (1.07 billion colors), 60 Hz refresh-rate, and 5 ms response time. Other panel specs include 350 cd/m² maximum brightness, 1000:1 static contrast ratio; and VESA Adaptive Sync. Display inputs include a DisplayPort 1.2, and two HDMI 2.0. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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8 Comments on ASUS Also Rolls Out TUF Gaming VG289Q1A Monitor

#1
Cobain
Tuf "GAMING" monitor with 5ms and 60hz? Honestly, I would take 1080p 144hz anyday Over 4k 60hz. More pixels do not offer me better immersion than rotating the câmera at high fps/hz
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#2
TristanX
60 Hz and gaming ? Maybe for chess or poker
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#3
simlife
Cobain
Tuf "GAMING" monitor with 5ms and 60hz? Honestly, I would take 1080p 144hz anyday Over 4k 60hz. More pixels do not offer me better immersion than rotating the câmera at high fps/hz
duh of course they wont at that pixel density.... I have a 27 inch 2k 144 hz monitor and cant find a suitable 4k monitor basically 32-34 inches
TristanX
60 Hz and gaming ? Maybe for chess or poker
right its not like 70 million of people own a switch and the game of several places gave game of the year was breath of the wild a 720p 25-30 fps or 900p switch version 25-30
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#4
BorisDG
TristanX
60 Hz and gaming ? Maybe for chess or poker
It's fine. I have both 144Hz (170Hz) and 60Hz... yes difference is big, but I can play easily on 60Hz aswell. I talk about fast game like Overwatch. I'm on both good. Skill is skill. :P
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#5
thegnome
Don't get the HDR10, they literally state: "350 cd/m² maximum brightness". It's more like HDR400.
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#6
BorisDG
thegnome
Don't get the HDR10, they literally state: "350 cd/m² maximum brightness". It's more like HDR400.
You need at least 400 cd/m2 for HDR400. 350 is literally nothing.
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#7
fynxer
60Hz? Gaming monitor? What a joke!

Releasing a 60Hz screen with the TUF Gaming brand is a very bad idea.
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#8
BorisDG
I guess not everyone is into more than 60Hz. Many people just care for stable 60FPS. :) It's more than budget solution.
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