ASUS 24" Full HD 165Hz FreeSync IPS Gaming Monitor
23.8" ASUS TUF Gaming VG249Q1R Monitor, IPS, 1920x1080, 144Hz (165Hz OC), 1ms, FreeSync, 1000:1, 250cd/m², HDMI/DP
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TUF Gaming VG249Q1R
TUF Gaming VG249Q1R is a 23.8-inch, Full HD (1920x1080) display with an ultrafast 165Hz refresh rate designed for professional gamers and those seeking immersive gameplay. It also features Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync™ Premium) technology, for extremely fluid gameplay without tearing and stuttering.
23.8 Inch Ultra Slim Gaming Monitor
The 23.8-inch Full HD (1920 X 1080) panel of TUF Gaming VG249Q1R delivers stunning visuals from wide 178° viewing angles, it also takes up very little desktop space and fits well in any setting. Its ultra-slim profile measures just 7.5mm at its thinnest point, also feature brand new Turbo Rim based that matches the perfect gaming setup.
165Hz Refresh Rate
TUF Gaming VG249Q1R overclocked to 165 Hz refresh rate, ensuring that even fast-paced games played at the highest visual settings look buttery smooth and completely lag-free. Get the upper hand in first-person-shooters, racing, real-time strategy and sports titles.
Extreme Low Motion Blur
ASUS-exclusive Extreme Low Motion Blur technology achieves 1ms MPRT to eliminate smearing and motion blur. It also makes moving objects appear even sharper, so gameplay is more fluid and responsive.
ASUS Shadow Boost technology clarifies dark areas of the game without overexposing brighter areas, improving overall viewing while also making it easier to spot enemies hidden in dark areas of the map.
The ASUS-exclusive, integrated GamePlus hotkey offers in-game enhancements that help you get more out of your game. This function is co-developed with input from pro gamers, allowing them to practice and improve their gaming skills.
ASUS GameVisual Technology has seven pre-set display modes to optimize visuals for different types of content. This unique feature can be easily accessed through a hotkey or the on-screen display settings menu.
Flicker-Free technology reduces flicker to minimize eyestrain for improved comfort when you're embroiled in long gaming sessions.
Ultra-Low Blue Light Technology
ASUS Ultra-Low Blue Light technology reduces the amount of potentially harmful blue light emitted by the display. Four different filter settings are available to control the amount of blue light reduction.
Extensive connectivity options, including, DisplayPort1.2, HDMI (v1.4) x2, Earphone Jack support a wide array of multimedia devices.
• 23.8-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) gaming monitor with ultrafast 165Hz (OC) refresh rate designed for professional gamers and immersive gameplay.
• ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB ™) technology enables a 1ms response time (MPRT) together with Adaptive-sync, eliminating ghosting and tearing for sharp gaming visuals with high frame rates.
• FreeSync technology supported through DP and HDMI ports providing variable refresh rates for low latency, stuttering-free and tearing-free while gaming.
• Shadow Boost enhances image details in dark areas, brightening scenes without over-exposing bright areas.
• Exclusive GamePlus function delicately designed for every gaming needs.
|Edition||TUF Gaming VG249Q1R|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||AMD FreeSync|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Refresh Rate||144Hz (165Hz in OC Mode)|
|Response Time||1 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178 (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/Dynamic Contrast Ratio||1000:1|
|Color Gamut||72% NTSC|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Speaker Configuration||2W x2, Stereo, RMS|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||18 W|
|VESA||75 x 75|
|Anti-Theft Features||Kensington-lock Ready|
|Dimensions (with stand)||539.5 x 406.5 x 213 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||539.5 x 319.5 x 36.5 (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)||3 kg|
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