ASUS added new gaming displays with Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync technology for <1 ms response time and adaptive sync to minimize ghosting and tearing at high frame rates.
The new TUF Gaming monitor lineup offers three variations; the 32-inch curved TUF Gaming VG32VQ, and the 27-inch flat TUF Gaming VG27AQ and TUF Gaming VG27BQ.
TUF Gaming VG32VQ features a 31.5-inch panel with a 16:9 widescreen ratio and 1800R curvature for a big, immersive display. It boasts a resolution of 2560 x 1440 and its FreeSync range can go from 48 Hz to 144 Hz.
TUF Gaming VG27AQ has a 27-inch IPS panel with 2560 x 1440 resolution and G-SYNC Compatible certification. It also offers a balance between size and picture sharpness at a comfortable 109 pixels per inch. The IPS panel’s wide 178° viewing angle prevents colors from getting washed out from off-center angles, providing 99% sRGB color space without sacrificing picture quality. It also has an additional trick up its sleeve: the refresh rate can go as low as 48 Hz and as high as 165 Hz (overclocking) when using a DisplayPort connection.
The TUF Gaming VG27BQ shares the same base specs as its IPS twin: a 27-inch panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, and support for ELMB Sync with an adaptive refresh rate that can go from 48 Hz to 165 Hz. However, the superfast 0.4ms response time of the TN panel joins forces with ELMB Sync in a best-of-both-worlds combo that elevates motion-clarity to a whole new level. Thanks to its exceedingly 0.4 ms low response time and top-notch motion blur reduction, TUF Gaming VG27BQ should be the tournament gamer’s first choice.
Price and Availability
Suggested retail price for the ASUS TUF VG32VQ is PHP 30,000 while the ASUS TUF VG27AQ is priced at PHP 28,370. Both are now readily available from physical and online retail stores nationwide. Meanwhile, coming by the 3rd week of September is the ASUS TUF VG27BQ, priced at PHP 26,950.
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