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ASUS MG278Q Specs

ASUS MG278Q Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateAug 2015
Display diagonal68.6 cm (27")
Display brightness350 cd/m²
Display resolution2560 x 1440 pixels
Response time1 ms
HD typeWide Quad HD
Display technologyTN
Contrast ratio (typical)1000:1
Viewing angle, horizontal170°
Viewing angle, vertical160°
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Native aspect ratio16:9
Display surfaceMatt
Contrast ratio (dynamic)100000000:1
Aspect ratio16:9
Display diagonal (metric)68.47 cm
Ports & interfaces
DVI port
HDMI ports quantity2
USB hub versionUSB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1)
USB Type-A downstream ports quantity2
DVI-D ports quantity1
DisplayPorts quantity1
Headphone outputs1
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Width625 mm
Depth63 mm
Height368 mm
Weight7.65 kg
Width (with stand)625 mm
Depth (with stand)233 mm
Height (with stand)563 mm
Power consumption (standby)0.5 W
Power consumption (typical)38.7 W
Power consumption (off)0.5 W
Energy Star certified
CertificationEnergy Star®, BSMI, CB, CCC, CE, ErP, FCC, J-MOSS, KCC, PSE, RoHS, UL/cUL, VCCI, WEEE, WHQL (Windows 8.1, Windows 7), MEPS, RCM, TUV Flicker-free , KC , eStandby, TUV Low Blue Light, CU(EAC)
Cable lock slotKensington
VESA mounting
Height adjustment
VESA mounting interfaces100 x 100 mm
Tilt adjustment
Tilt angle range20 - -5°
Thin Client
Thin client installed
Colour of productBlack
Built-in speaker(s)
Built-in camera
TV tuner integrated
Number of speakers2
RMS rated power4 W

ASUS MG278Q Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-11-20
The options available have never been more plentiful in the search for a gaming monitor. Nowadays we don't just get the choice of different monitor sizes and resolutions, but also higher refresh rates. The first models capable of displaying 240 frames per...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-08
When you are serious about gaming, a good gaming monitor can go a long way towards enhancing your overall experience. The Asus MG278Q is one of the least expensive choices for the features on offer but how does it hold up to the competition...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-29
Middle of 2014 Asus brought out the first gaming WQHD monitor, the Republic of Gamers “Swift” PG278Q. And for quite some time it was all alone on the market because Asus exclusively had the panel technology. Since then the technology and the competition...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-30
But this is good, right? The more options we have, the more likely we are to find the best choice for each user, for each budget and for each required feature set. But more choices can also lead to confusion - that's where we continue to chime in. Today w...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-20
144Hz refresh rate, FreeSync available up to 144Hz, coloraccurate, bright, sharp image, QHD resolution, OSD joystick controller, solid build quality.TN panel.
Nvidia was first out of the gate with G-Sync, and we've reviewed several excellent monitors using G-Sync technology. The promise of value however, comes from AMD's FreeSync, which simply adds functionality to the existing DisplayPort inter...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-20
144Hz refresh rate, FreeSync available up to 144Hz, color-accurate, bright, sharp image, QHD resolution, OSD joystick controller, solid build qualityTN panel
Recently we checked out Asus' MG279Q, a stunning-looking 27-inch IPS gaming monitor with FreeSync, 144Hz and a premium price. Today we're reviewing a cheaper alternative -- the TN-based MG278Q.Though many gaming enthusiasts are willing to spend a lot of m...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-31
Buttery-smooth gaming, Fully-adjustable stand, Fast response times, Minimal ghostingTN viewing angles, Chunky bezels, FreeSync lower-bound is still too high
AMD's FreeSync technology has been available since mid-March giving the technology much needed time to mature with new driver releases and providing display manufacturers an opportunity to release a plethora of gaming monitors that can take advantage of F...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-27
FreeSync between 35Hz and 144Hz, Good brightness and excellent contrast, OSD that's easy to navigate, High quality TN panel with 1ms response timeTN panel, so worse viewing angles than IPS screen, Still notably pricier than a display that doesn't support adaptive sync
If you've read our analysis of the Asus MG279Q (review HERE ) … an IPS display that supports AMD FreeSync, you might get a sense of deja vu when you see the MG278Q. It's similarly a 27-inch gaming monitor with a WQHD screen resolution (2,560×1,440) and mu...
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