Asus VG248QE LED 24" Gaming 3D Nvidia 3D V2 Monitor 144Hz 1ms Height/Tilt/Swivel/Pivot Adjustable
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GamePlus – For The WIN, For The VICTORY
The ASUS VG248QE monitor features the ASUS-exclusive GamePlus hotkey with Aimpoint and Timer functions. Gamers can select four different Aimpoint types to suit their gaming environment for better aim in First Person Shooting (FPR) games; while the Timer keeps players aware of the elapsed time in Real-time Strategy (RTS) games. It’s a nice tool for new gamers to practice and enhance their gaming capabilities.
The ASUS VG248QE 144Hz fast gaming monitors half the effects of motion blur to deliver a perceivable difference for natural movement and crisp edges on fast paced gaming environments.
144Hz rapid refresh rate with 1ms response time
• ASUS VG248QE fast gaming monitor shortens the time it takes for rendered frames to display on the screen. Lower monitor latency gives a gamer the opportunity to improve their in-game response time.
• The 144Hz rapid refresh rate speeds up the frames per second to deliver ultra-smooth motion scenes in 2D intense actions*.
• The response time is also reduced to 1ms to eliminate tracers by controlling voltage levels when driving liquid crystals thus ensuring fluid and clear video playback.
(*To activate 144Hz function (in 2D mode), both DisplayPort (or Dual-link DVI) and a selected graphics card with the latest driver are required. Please kindly contact the service center of your graphics cards companies for further technical supports.)
Conventional 60Hz LCDs show extensive motion blur, and can be distracting when playing games with fast movement. The ASUS VG248QE 144Hz fast gaming monitors half the effects of motion blur to deliver a perceivable difference for natural movement and crisp edges on fast paced gaming environments.
True-to-life pictures powered by LED
80,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio
Dynamically enhances the display’s contrast by adjusting the luminance of the backlight to achieve the darkest black and brightest white – delivering lifelike images.
Full HD 1080p Support
Enter a spectacular world of colors with Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) support.
Splendid™ Video Intelligence Technology
The exclusive Splendid Video Intelligence Technology optimizes video performance and image fidelity by enhancing color, brightness, contrast, and sharpness. 6 preset video modes (Scenery, Theater, Game, Night View, sRGB and Standard) can be selected via a hotkey.
User-friendly gaming experience design
As with most ASUS displays, the VG248QE has an ergonomic design, with tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustment to give users a comfortable viewing experience.
When it comes to design, ASUS always have customers in mind – the ASUS VG248QE features the ASUS-exclusive GamePlus (Patent-pending) hotkey with crosshair (aimpoint) and timer functions. Gamers can select four different aimpoint types to suit the gaming environment; while the latter keeps players aware of the elapsed time in real-time strategy games. These tools allow gamers to practice and improve on their gaming skills.
Features • Ultra smooth action with 144Hz rapid refresh rate and 1ms (GTG) response time
• With an 80,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio (ASCR) and 350cd/m² of brightness, the ASUS VG248QE delivers life-like visuals in Full HD 1920 x 1080
• A comfortable viewing with ergonomic design for swivel, tilt, pivot, and height adjustment
• Featuring ASUS-exclusive GamePlus function hotkey for perfect gaming environment and experience
• DisplayPort, Dual-link DVI-D, and HDMI ports ensure extensive connectivity and compatibility with multimedia devices or game consoles
• Built-in 2W stereo speakers further add to an immersive home entertainment experience.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||1 ms|
|Viewing Angle||170°/160° (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||45 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Dimensions (with stand)||569.4 x 499.9 x 231 mm (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||459.4 x 340.4 x 57.3 mm (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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I used to use an Xbox 360, I had a cable for that which I could use to plug into the VGA slot on a monitor with the console, Not sure if there's a lead for the next gen machines or not. But it would also come down to t he internal Graphics engines of the consoles.
As the 144 refresh rate works directly from the card instead of the monitor. But I would assume the next gen consoles will be capable of that. Hope this helps in some way.
If you are buying it solely to use with a Ps4 i would recommend not to, and to buy a monitor much cheaper at 60hz rather than 144, as it is wasted on a console.
Not used Radeon for a while.
The Radeon R290 has both 1x DisplayPort and 1x HDMI ports so you can use one of each of these to dual screen the monitors as they both support DisplayPort and HDMI.