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Price List by Country for ASUS MG279Q

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 785.00 0.00
Indonesia IDR 8.450.000 0.00
Singapore SGD 959.00 0.00

Specs of ASUS MG279Q

MG279Q Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateApr 2015
Display diagonal68.6 cm (27")
Display brightness350 cd/m²
Display resolution2560 x 1440 pixels
Response time4 ms
HD typeWide Quad HD
Contrast ratio (typical)1000:1
Viewing angle, horizontal178°
Viewing angle, vertical178°
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
Pixel pitch0.233 x 0.233 mm
Digital horizontal frequency51.2 - 221.97 kHz
Digital vertical frequency35 - 144 Hz
Colour gamut100%
Ports & interfaces
HDMI ports quantity2
USB hub versionUSB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1)
USB Type-A downstream ports quantity3
DisplayPorts quantity1
Mini DisplayPorts quantity1
Weight & dimensions
Width625 mm
Depth63 mm
Height368 mm
Weight7.3 kg
Width (with stand)625 mm
Depth (with stand)238 mm
Height (with stand)559 mm
Power consumption (typical)38.7 W
Power consumption (off)0.5 W
Power consumption (PowerSave)0.5 W
Energy Star certified
CertificationEnergy Star®, BSMI, CB, CCC, CE, C-Tick, ErP, FCC, J-MOSS, PSE, RoHS, UL/cUL, VCCI, WEEE, WHQL (Windows 8.1, Windows 7), TUV Flicker-free , TUV Low Blue Light, CU(EAC)
Cable lock slot
VESA mounting
Height adjustment
On/off switch
Cable lock slot typeKensington
VESA mounting interfaces100 x 100 mm
Tilt angle range20 - -5°
Colour of productBlack
Built-in speaker(s)
TV tuner integrated
Number of speakers2
RMS rated power4 W

Reviews of ASUS MG279Q
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
The Monitor Your Eyes Want Is The Monitor They DeserveEver been at a friend's house or a LAN party and glimpsed a computer monitor so beautiful that you felt pangs of jealousy wash over you, to the point where you actually checked your arm to make s...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-12
Freesync and 144Hz enables high quality gaming, Highly adjustable stand, Ergonomic design and good add-on features, Great connectivity and a hassle-free OSD,
Priced at around $500, this is slightly expensive, 90Hz limit on the Freesync, The speakers are a bit tiny and not the best we have n on a gaming monitor
Asus MG279Q is the successor to the popular Asus MG278Q which had a TN panel. The Asus MG279Q is one of the highest rated gaming monitors in its price range, even after having a limit on the Freesync and a resolution that isn't exactly the best in the ma...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-17
Messiah, Fast; customizable; solid build quality
Very Naughty Boy, Not exactly cheap; FreeSync doesn't play nicely with overdrive; not as spectacular as a superside of 4K screen
Messiah Fast; customizable; solid build quality. (-) Very Naughty Boy Not exactly cheap; FreeSync doesn't play nicely with overdrive; not as spectacular as a super-side of 4K screen.This article was published in the October 2015 issue of Maximum PC...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-21
ASUS MG279Q with FreeSync / Adaptive Sync 4ms - 144 Hz gaming on an IPS display, free from screen tearing and/or sync stutteringIn this review we will test the 599 EURO FreeSync capable ASUS MG279Q Gaming, a 27-inch 2560x1440 monitor that can do 144Hz. Th...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-20
To keep it short, the ASUS MG279Q is the best cheap gaming monitor of its kind. What you get is an elimination of the compromise between color reproduction and accuracy of the IPS panel and the smoothness for FPS games with its high refres...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-26
Fast, customizable, solid build quality.
Not exactly cheap, FreeSync doesn't play nicely with overdrive, not as spectacular as a superside of 4K screen
Intriguingly, you get all this for less money than Asus's familiar ROG Swift monitor. That panel is very similar in many regards. It's 27 inches, has 2560x1440 pixels cranked out at 144Hz, and also sports adaptive sync. But it also differs in two critical...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-16
High Refresh Rates, Good Looks, IPS Panel, FreeSync Support, Physical Buttons That Work, Thin Bezels
Price Premium, 35 - 90Hz FreeSync Caveat
When we took a look at the ASUS ROG SWIFT PG278Q G-SYNC monitor last year, we praised it for its sleek design, thin bezels, support of NVIDIA's adaptive refresh rate technology, and high-quality TN panel—relatively speaking. TN (Twisted Nematic) panels ge...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-25
144Hz, FreeSync, IPS panel, QHD resolution, Relatively low price, Superior offaxis image quality to typical IPS screens
90Hz limit on FreeSync, No ULMB
The core part is the same in both products and comes from AU Optronics; internally it's known as M270DAN02.3. It was first made available in 2014 and runs at 144Hz in its stock form. No further modification is required, which means it will run reliably al...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-06
Asus' MG279Q is an appealing FreeSync display. It's got a 27", 2560x1440 IPS panel with a refresh rate of 144Hz. Our own Gyromancer (Nathan Wasson) has been spending some quality time with this display in Damage Labs, and he's summed up his impressions in...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-29
Most of the hardware you are using to build your new gaming desktop PC is somehow “pre-chosen” or you are at least well aware of what you want in your setup. When it comes to CPUs, the only options are AMD or Intel and the same goes for the GPUs – NVIDIA...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-29
Most of the hardware you are using to build your new gaming desktop PC is somehow “pre-chosen” or you are at least well aware of what you want in your setup. When it comes to CPUs, the only options are AMD or Intel and the same goes for the GPUs – NVIDIA...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-22
The ASUS MG279Q WGHD gaming monitor is the latest monitor in ASUS' ever growing line of gaming-gear and has been one of the most highly anticipated displays for the summer of 2015. This display features a 27-inch In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel with a 2560...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-29
Finally a 1440P IPS FreeSync panel, FreeSync mode functions down to 35Hz (other panels bottom at 40Hz or higher), Nice design, borrowing many cues from the ROG Swift, No external power brick needed
FreeSync mode limited to 90Hz on the high side, FreeSync still has a variable refresh bottom limit
Before we get into the full review, here is a sampling of our recent display reviews from both sides of the camp:The reason for there being no minimum rating on the G-Sync panels above is explained in our article ' Dissecting G-Sync and FreeSync - How the...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-22
So what separates a ‘gaming monitor' from your normal display? Usually, one or more of the following: Playing games at 120Hz or 144Hz allows you to play them at 120fps or 144fps, and with twice the frequency of updates everything feels more fluid, smooth...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-29
IPS quality colour and contrast, Free of motion-blur, FreeSync
Rather expensive, FreeSync 90Hz limit
A grand for a 27 inch gaming display might sound like a bit much, especially when it's possible to pick up budget screens of the same size for a third of the cost. But the MG279Q isn't your average, everyday display. This sucker is built from the ground u...
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