Asus PB278QR 27" LED Monitor with IPS Panel
See Better and Wider
The PB278QR WQHD monitor provides 109 pixels per inch (PPI), resulting in high quality 2560 x 1440 visuals – equaling four times the resolution of standard 720p sets. It allows users to view greater image detail and do more with an onscreen footprint larger than that of standard displays.
Made for Work and Play
The ASUS PB278QR provides an ultra-wide 178° viewing angle on both horizontal and vertical planes, thereby minimizing onscreen color shift even when viewed from extreme angles. With its WQHD display, you enjoy 77% more desktop space than a full HD screen to spread out your windows and palettes. It is also about 25% sharper than a generic 27” full HD display, delivering ultra-smooth visuals thanks to 5ms (GTG) response time. This ensures you get lag-free experiences in movies and gaming, with the latter looking more vivid, with all in-game details shown in true color. The ASUS PB278QR is undoubtedly your best choice for work and play.
Native WQHD Content Support
The PB278QR features a host of connectivity options that include HDMI, DisplayPort, and dual-link DVI for native WQHD, plus D-sub for full HD 1080p content transmission. The HDMI port also supports MHL which allows you to use the MHL with HDMI connection to view content from your mobile device on the PB278QR while simultaneously charging the mobile device. Twin built-in 3W speakers provide quality audio for a completely immersive home theater experience.
Designed with You in Mind
The PB278QR offers a highly ergonomic and smart design that comes with tilt, pivot, swivel, and height adjustments to ensure an always-comfortable viewing and usage experience. Its smart cable management further promotes clutter-free spaces for work and enjoyment. Features • Impeccable lifelike visuals with 27” 16:9 2560 x 1440 with 100% sRGB
• 178° wide-viewing angle
• Extensive connectivity with native WQHD content support with HDMI, DisplayPort, and Dual-link DVI. Picture-in-picture and Picture-by-picture support.
• ASUS-exclusive QuickFit Virtual Scale and Splendid Video Intelligence Technology for true ‘what you see is what you get’
• Ergonomic tilt, swivel, pivot, and height adjustment plus smart cable management
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Refresh Rate||50Hz - 75Hz|
|Response Time||5 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178°/178° (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Dimensions (with stand)||643 552.3 x 218 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||643 x 386.2 x 69.6 (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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