ASUS 24" MG248QR 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor
24" ASUS MG248QR, Up to 144Hz AMD Freesync Gaming Monitor, 1920x1080, TN, 1ms, 2W x2, Stereo Speakers, DP/Dual DVI-D/VGA
Designed for intense, fast-paced games , ASUS MG248QR is a 24” Full HD gaming display with an ultra-fast 1ms response time and blazing 144Hz refresh rate to give you super-smooth gameplay. Gamer-centric features like ASUS GamePlus enhances your in-game experience, while DisplayWidget gives you easy access to various display setting.
Lightning-fast 1ms response time with Extreme Low Motion Blur
ASUS MG248QR is the fastest in its class, boasting a 1ms response time to eliminate smearing and motion blur. This lets you react instantly to what you see onscreen, especially in fast paced games – allowing you to take corners like a pro race car driver, or get that headshot like a seasoned pro.
There's also the ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur Technology to make objects in motion look sharper, so gameplay is more fluid and responsive.
Incredible 144Hz refresh rate
With an astonishing 144Hz refresh rate, fast-moving visuals pose no problem for MG248QR. There's no frustrating lag or motion blur, so you get the upper hand in first person shooters, racers, real-time strategy and sports titles.
Adaptive-Sync technology for smooth gameplay
MG248QR features Adaptive-Sync (Free-Sync) technology – it eliminates screen tearing and choppy frame rates to give you seamless visuals and smooth gameplay.
ASUS-exclusive GamePlus technology
ASUS MG248QR features the ASUS-exclusive GamePlus hotkey to give you 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.
A crosshair overlay provides four different crosshair options, so you can select the one that best suits the shooter you're currently playing.
ASUS-exclusive DisplayWidget software
The exclusive ASUS DisplayWidget is intuitive software utility that lets users tweak settings or display properties of ASUS GameVisual, App SyncTM, and Ultra-Low Blue Light technologies. Although every adjustment can be done via the OSD and the navigational joystick and buttons, it's easier via DisplayWidget. It makes accessing and using these various settings faster and easier.
Multi-display gaming at its finest
Rich connectivity options, a narrow bezel design
ASUS MG248QR has extensive connectivity options, including dual-link DVI-D, DisplayPort 1.2, and HDMI(v1.4) port, so you can hook it up to a wide array of multimedia devices. It has a super-narrow 1cm bezel ideal for an immersive and panoramic gaming setup.
Get ready for marathon gaming sessions
Flicker-Free technology reduces flicker to give you a comfortable gaming experience. This minimizes instances of eyestrain and other potentially damaging eye ailments when you're embroiled in long, drawn-out gaming sessions.
Ultra-Low Blue Light technology
ASUS Ultra-Low Blue Light technology reduces the amount of harmful blue. You can access and select four different filter settings onscreen easily through the OSD menu or DisplayWidget interface to find one that best suits the content you're viewing.
The MG248QR gaming monitor has undergone stringent performance tests and is certified by TÜV Rheinland laboratories, a global provider of technical, safety, and certification services, to be flicker-free and to emit low blue light levels.
Ergonomically designed and wall-mountable
ASUS MG248QR is specially designed for long marathon gaming sessions. Its ergonomically-designed stand lets you adjust the tilt, swivel, pivot, and height of the monitor so you always find your ideal viewing position. It can also be VESA wall-mounted to fit in any limited space.
• Swivel (+90° ~ -90°)
• Height adjustment (0~130mm)
• Pivot (90°counterclockwise ~90°clockwise)
• Tilt (+33° ~ -5°) Features • 24-inch Full HD gaming monitor with an ultra-fast 1ms response time, incredible 144Hz refresh rate and Adaptive-Sync (Free-Sync) technology for super-smooth gameplay
• ASUS-exclusive GamePlus and DisplayWidget, an intuitive software utility that lets users tweak settings or display properties provide tactical assistance on your command
• VESA wall-mountable to save on desktop space plus ergonomically-designed stands with full tilt, swivel, pivot, and height adjustment
• TUV Rheinland Certification for Flicker-free and Low Blue Light technology to ensure a comfortable viewing experience
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||AMD Freesync|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||1 ms|
|Viewing Angle||170°(H)/160°(V) (°H/°V)|
|Color Gamut||72% NTSC|
|Color Bit Depth||8-Bit (16.7M Colors)|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Speaker Configuration||2W x2, Stereo|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||65 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Anti-Theft Features||Kensington-lock Ready|
|Dimensions (with stand)||561 x (359~489) x 211mm (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||561 x 329.1 x 50.4 5mm (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)||5.2 kg|
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