Asus PB287Q 4K Gaming Monitor 1ms 3840x2160 DP/HDMI/MHL Height/Pivot/Swivel/Tilt Adjustable Speakers
Asus Ultra HD (4K) - Gaming Monitor - 28" TN LED Display - PB287Q
Experience Asus UHD (4K) Monitor Visuals
Open your eyes to breath-taking levels of detail with the ASUS PB287Q True 4K ultra-high definition (4K UHD) monitor. The ASUS PB287Q features a 16:9 aspect ratio WLED display that delivers next-generation 4K UHD visuals, with resolution up to 3840 by 2160. The PB287Q also delivers an impressive 1ms GTG fast response time and a 60Hz refresh rate for ultra-smooth gameplay.
4K UHD RESOLUTION
Wider, Bigger, Larger View all at Once
Ultra high definition 3840 x 2160 resolution (4K UHD) yields a superior pixel density of 157 PPI (pixels per inch) on the large 28-inch screen, for outstandingly detailed images. Never miss a shot again and always have the advantage by filling your peripheral vision with detail filled action.
COMFORTABLE 4K DISPLAY
FlickerFree Display, Safer Gaming
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.
ADVANCED COLOUR BIT-COUNT
See More with an Enhanced Colour Count
The 10-bit Deep Colour RGB display panel ensures substantially more natural transitions between hues for exceptional realism. A smooth blend between colours can be vital in modern games to create a truely immersive experience, due to how popular particle effects have become in recent next-generation gaming.
MONITOR RESPONSE TIME
1ms Response Time
Fluid movement with ASUS PB287Q – world’s leading 1ms (GTG) response time , the fastest available, and 60Hz refresh rate for true 4K visuals and gaming.Choose the right path to success, don’t let a slow display stop you.
Blue Light Reducer
ASUS Blue Light Filter protects you from harmful blue light, and you can easily access its four different filter settings via a hotkey. You can access and select four different filter settings onscreen easily through the OSD menu to find the best one that suits the task at hand.
ASUS GAMEVISUAL MONITOR
ASUS-Exclusive Display Enhancing Tech
ASUS GameVisual Technology gives you six preset display modes tailored to suit different types of scenarios. This unique feature can be easily accessed through a hotkey or the On Screen Display (OSD) settings menu. The presets are for RTS/RPG, FPS, sRGB, Cinema, Racing, Scenery settings.
SPLENDID-PLUS MONITOR DISPLAY
Video Intelligence Technology
Designo MX27UQ features ASUS SplendidPlus technology to provide you with optimized visuals by enhancing color brightness, contrast, and sharpness. It has eight preset modes (Reading, Darkroom, Scenery, Night View, Theater, Game, sRGB, and Standard) — allowing you to select the one that best suits the content you're currently viewing.
ERGONOMIC MONITOR DESIGN
Swivel, Pivot, Tilt and Adjust Height
ASUS PB287Q 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.
Connecting you to Ultra HD Capabilities
1 x DisplayPort | 1 x HDMI | 1 x HDMI with MHL
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||3840x2160 (Ultra HD)|
|Response Time||1 ms|
|Viewing Angle||170/160 (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||60 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Dimensions (with stand)||660 x 414 x 220 mm (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||660.26 x 380.67 x 63.55 (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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Date Issued: 15th May 2015
Choosing a monitor is not an easy decision to make, and not just because of the large number of variations in resolution, refresh rates, sizes and connectivity options. There are also varying panel technologies used to form each display that need to be considered. These panel technologies can be grouped into three broad categories which cover the vast majority of monitors sold in the consumer market.
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I am looking to get a 4k monitor that isnt through the roof!
I think the monitor is great, the 4K display is stunning and the price point makes it astounding. I'm sure if you wait three to six months other monitors will come down to a comparable price but as at April 2016 this is cracking value.
I'm looking at using this as a Gaming monitor for my PC and as a 2nd monitor for my MacBook Pro 2014 (don't spit on me! ;-)
(MBP has a pair of thunderbolt ports, which also appear to serve as mini display port sockets (dual purpose). similar in size to USB 3.1C i think.)
I'm trying to work out how to connect this up so i can take advantage of the higher display port refresh rate:
1) this monitor comes with any AV cables as well as the power cord
2) what size is the display port socket on the monitor? Presumably normal size like on GPU's
3) if DVI or HDMI runs at 60Hz or just 30Hz?
HDMI/DVI can run at 60hz
Not sure, I assume normal size. Yes identical size to that on the NVidia gfx card I have.
I had read about issues with getting the display to run above 30Hz and that a tweak was needed in the gfx settings. I used the displayport and the monitor ran at 4K 60Hz out of the box. I didn't need to mess about with any of the suggestions on the internet. I didn't try DVI
For reference I'm running a pair of GTX770 in SLI.
I assume these true 'monitors' do not have the lag I have on the TV 'monitor' I am using.
However the judder you are getting with your mouse is not "input lag" is it because of the refresh rate being 30hz that will happen with all monitors including this one unless you use display port 1.2 this enables 60hz for this monitor.
Input lag is where the monitor can't update the image as quick as they are being pumped in a good monitor with low input lag will ignore the frames is can't render and then update as soon as it can. A bad monitor will use older frames rather than using the most up to date frame. As far as I know this is because the graphics cards are pushing so many frames and the monitors store these and then rather than discarding the old ones it will use them causing the lag.