In its aim of bringing the best gaming monitors with bleeding-edge features at reasonable price points, ASUS’ newest lineup of displays with high refresh rates, response time, and cream-of-the-crop IPS panels are now available at monitor resellers in the Philippines.

As the world slows down, a lot of users are behind their desktops and laptops for work and play at home. ASUS is offering a full lineup of monitors that deliver for both work and play, with clear and bright IPS panels, fast refresh rates and response times.

VP249QGR

VP249QGR_L1-resizeASUS’ hottest-selling monitor (for now) has received a wide demand and positive feedback. Known for its price and the 144Hz refresh rate, along with 1ms mPRT response time and a high-quality FHD IPS Panel, this is essential for every gamer.

VG278QR

VG278QR_L-resizeIf a 24-inch monitor isn’t enough for you, perhaps the VG278QR is your cup of tea with its class-leading 0.5ms mPRT, 165Hz refresh rate, and G-Sync compatibility certification from NVIDIA, you’ll be able to enjoy tear-free gaming with a wide range of titles.

TUF Gaming VG279QM

VG279QM_L-resizeThe TUF Gaming VG279QM boasts up to 280Hz refresh rate, HDR, and FastIPS technology with ELMB-SYNC, delivering incredible detail and vibrance. It’s also perfect for multimedia professionals thanks to its 95% DCI-P3 and 99% SRB color gamut coverage.

TUF Gaming VG27AQ

VG27AQE_L-resizeMade for enthusiasts, the TUF Gaming VG27AQ boasts 1440p resolution and a 99% sRGB HDR IPS Panel that gives users a bigger viewing space without sacrificing color quality. To prevent blur and tears, it also features 165Hz refresh rate, 1ms mPRT, as well as G-Sync compatibility. The ASUS-Exclusive ELMB-SYNC can also be activated to give the sharpest and ghosting-free visuals seasoned players need.

Pricing

Model Price
ASUS VP249QGR PHP 10,820
ASUS VG278QR PHP 17,460
ASUS TUF Gaming VG279QM PHP 25,410
ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQ PHP 29,180

 

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.