ASUS PG248Q ROG Swift 24" 180Hz Full HD G-SYNC Gaming Monitor
24" ASUS PG248Q FHD Gaming Monitor, 1920x1080, 180Hz OC, NVIDIA G-Sync, 1ms, 1000:1, Black, DisplayPort/HDMI
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|Cost of purchase:||£408.98|
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|Cost of purchase:||£408.98|
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ASUS ROG Swift 24” Full HD Gaming Monitor with G-Sync
Get Swift. Be Unbeatable. The ROG Swift PG248Q is a competition-grade gaming monitor that offers you smooth visuals and super-fluid gameplay. It features a 24-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) panel with a 16:9 aspect ratio, and its NVIDIA® G-SYNC ready too, with Flicker-free Technology. ROG Swift PG248Q boasts an overclockable 180Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time to eradicate screen tearing and choppy frame rates. Bursting with gamer-centric technologies, you can get more out of every game and improve your skills, while ASUS GameVisual Technology has six pre-set display modes to optimise visuals for different types of content. PG248Q is also compatible with the NVIDIA 3D Vision® 2 kit to open up a world of 3D gaming.
Ultra-Smooth Graphics for Seamless Gameplay
144Hz refresh rate overclockable up to 180Hz The ROG Swift PG248Q represents a new generation of displays, with a FHD (1920 x 1080) panel that delivers greater image detail. With an astonishing overclockable 180Hz (native 144Hz) refresh rate, fast-moving visuals pose no problem for ROG Swift PG248Q. You'll have the upper hand in first-person shooters, racing, real-time strategy and sports titles as there's no lag or motion blur! Enjoy ultra-smooth gameplay even at the highest visual settings and with a lightning-fast 1ms response time you'll instantly see what's onscreen, especially in fast-paced games.
1920 x 1080 @ 180Hz only works with DP port. The HDMI port only supports 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650Ti Boost and above graphics card can support 1920x 1080 up to 180Hz. Please contact the GPU manufacturers for detailed specification
NVIDIA G-Sync Technology
ELIMINATE LAG AND GAME SMOOTHLY The ROG Swift PG248Q incorporates NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ display technology to deliver the smoothest, fastest, and most breathtaking gaming imaginable. G-SYNC™ synchronises the monitor's refresh rate to the GPU in your GeForce GTX-powered PC, eliminating screen tearing and minimising display stutter and input lag. ROG Swift PG248Q lets you enjoy seamlessly-smooth and lag-free gameplay when playing the latest fast-paced first-person shooters, sports, and action-adventure titles.
ASUS-Exclusive GamePlus Technology
Gamer Centric Enhancements Get the most out of your games with the exclusive ASUS GamePlus hotkey, ROG are committed to engineering in-game enhancements for creating the best gaming experiences. This special feature is co-developed with input from professional gamers, allowing them to practice and perfect their gaming skills.
Crosshair A crosshair provides four different crosshair options, so you can select the one that best suits the shooter you are currently playing.
Timer Onscreen timer that can be positioned on the left of the display to keep track of elapsed game time.
FPS counter The FPS counter lets you know how smoothly the game is running. This can be activated while G-sync is on.
Display Alignment Three alignment lines on all four corners of the monitor takes the guesswork out of multi-display set-ups, so each monitor lines up.
Designed with Gamer’s Comfort in Mind
PROTECT YOUR EYES FROM HARMFUL BLUE LIGHT The ROG Swift PG248Q helps to prevent eye-fatigue and strain, with the certified ASUS Ultra-low Blue Light filters which protect your eyes from harmful blue light. You can find access to these four filter settings via the on-screen menu, the settings help you when web browsing, reading or word processing and viewing photos and videos. This unbelievable gaming monitor has undergone stringent performance tests and is certified by TÜV Rheinland laboratories, a global provider of technical, safety, and certification services, to include flicker-free technology and to emit low blue light levels.
Multi-Display Gaming at its Finest
Super-narrow bezel design for seamless multi-display setups The slim profile and super-narrow bezel makes it perfect for almost seamless multi-display setups so your eyes move swiftly from one monitor to another. It can also be VESA wall-mounted – an even easier way to have a multi-display gaming setup.
NVIDIA® 3D Vision-ready
real immersive gaming experiences ROG Swift PG248Q is compatible with the NVIDIA 3D Vision® 2 kit, which opens up a whole new world of 3D gaming. All you need is a NVIDIA GeForce graphics card and 3D glasses for a more immersive gaming and movie-watching experience. And with the latest NVIDIA® 3D LightBoostTM Technology, you'll enjoy brighter 3D visuals, without an increase in energy consumption.
Display Modes to Optimize Visuals
ASUS GAMEVISUAL TECHNOLOGY Experience up to six pre-set display modes for various types of games, this provides optimised visuals with GameVisual ASUS-exclusive technology.
Racing Reduces input lag, making it ideal for racing games when G-SYNC technology is on.
Cinema Enhances contrast and colour saturation for lively, vivid visuals - ideal for viewing movies.
RTS/RPG Enhances colour saturation and contrast sharpness to give you better, brighter colours and detailed visuals for real-time strategy (RTS) or RPG games.
FPS High contrast settings enhance the visibility even in dark scenes to see your enemies.
sRGB Perfect for surfing the web or editing photos.
Scenery Provides more contrast gradations makes grass greener and skies bluer so it's ideal for slide shows.
Keeping it Cool with a Smart Air Vent Design
Awesome LED Light-in-Motion effects The ROG Swift PG248Q features a Smart Air Venting Design, which uses convective currents to produce airflow. This passive setup works completely without fans, making it absolutely silent and maintenance-free. This ASUS gaming monitor employs a custom heatsink that's double the size to make sure the monitor stays cool during marathon gaming sessions. The intricately-patterned base of the monitor can also illuminate with an LED Light-in-Motion feature.
Robust Connectivity with Exclusive Gaming Hotkeys
Smart cable management design The ROG Swift PG248Q monitor gives you adaptable connectivity options forFull HD (1920 x 1080) input via its DisplayPort1.2 and HDMI ports, it also includes two USB 3.0 ports for your mouse and keyboard, and can charge your mobile devices while gaming. The innovative cable management design feature found on the back of the monitor, allows you to arrange and hide your cables.
Ergonomic Height Adjustable Stand
HeightAdjust the screen from
0 ~ 120mm
SwivelRotate the screen from
+60° ~ -60°
PivotPivot the screen from
0° ~ -90°
TiltTilt the screen from
+20° ~ -5°
What is Nvidia G-Sync?
|Edition||ROG Swift PG248Q|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||NVIDIA G-SYNC|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Refresh Rate||144Hz (180Hz in OC Mode)|
|Response Time||1 ms|
|Viewing Angle||170 / 160 (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/Dynamic Contrast Ratio||1000:1|
|Color Gamut||72% NTSC|
|Color Bit Depth||8-Bit (16.7M Colours)|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||65 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Dimensions (with stand)||561.6 x (418.2 ~ 538.2) x 237.9 mm (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||561.6 x 329.7 x 70 mm (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)||6.6 kg|
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