ASUS Announces Three New NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible Gaming Monitors

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April 4, 2019

ASUS today announced VG278QR, VG258QR and VG248QG, three certified NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible gaming monitors that deliver an excellent variable refresh rate (VRR) experience on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-Series, GeForce GTX 16-Series and GeForce RTX 20-Series graphics cards. Coming in 27-inch, 24.5-inch and 24-inch sizes, these three new gaming monitors activate their VRR features automatically, making them ideal weapons for fast-paced shooting games, like Fortnite, Apex Legends, Overwatc, PUBG, CS:GO and Call of Duty. These latest gaming monitors follow the announcement of five other G-SYNC Compatible gaming monitors — ROG Strix XG258Q, XG248Q, MG278Q, VG278Q and VG258Q — at CES 2019 and demonstrate the strong partnership between ASUS and NVIDIA.

As a leader in the gaming monitor market, ASUS is driven to deliver the best experiences to gamers. ASUS was the first company to introduce an NVIDIA G-SYNC monitor with the launch of ROG Swift PG278Q in 2014, and the ROG Swift series has continued since then to be recognized as the world’s best gaming monitors. Since the launch of the G-SYNC Compatible program, ASUS has worked closely with NVIDIA to enlarge the G-SYNC ecosystem. ASUS is currently the only company subjecting monitors to a two-stage certification process that entails in-house testing and subsequent validation by NVIDIA to guarantee compatibility with thousands of graphics cards. Eight ASUS monitors spanning a variety of screen sizes and resolutions have achieved full compliance, giving consumers more freedom to upgrade existing systems or team components for new builds.

 

ASUS VG278QR, VG258QR and VG248QG

Designed for intense, fast-paced games, the 27-inch VG278QR, 24.5-inch VG258QR and 24-inch VG248QG gaming monitors feature FHD resolution coupled with an ultrafast 0.5ms[i] response time and blazing 165Hz refresh rate to provide super-smooth gameplay. They also feature ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB) technology to make objects in motion look even sharper, so gameplay is more fluid and responsive.

ASUS VG248QG, VG258QR and VG278QR all support gamer-centric features, such as ASUS GamePlus to enhance the in-game experience and GameVisual to provide various pre-set display modes that optimize visuals for different types of games.

 

AVAILABILITY & PRICING

The ASUS VG278QR and VG258QR are now available locally; priced at 17,770 PHP and 16,580 PHP respectively.

[i] 0.5ms response time is the minimum based on internal tests. Response time may vary depending on test conditions.
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