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Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 8.500.000 0.00
Malaysia MYR 2,896.40 0.00

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ASUS PB278Q Specs

ASUS PB278Q Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelPB278Q
DateSep 2012
Display
Display diagonal68.6 cm (27")
Display brightness300 cd/m²
Display resolution2560 x 1440 pixels
Response time5 ms
HD typeWide Quad HD
Display technologyPLS
Supported graphics resolutions2560 x 1440,1920 x 1080 (HD 1080)
Viewing angle, horizontal178°
Viewing angle, vertical178°
Native aspect ratio16:9
3D
Contrast ratio (dynamic)80000000:1
Aspect ratio16:9
Pixel pitch0.233 x 0.233 mm
Horizontal scan range24 - 89 kHz
Vertical scan range50 - 75 Hz
Viewable size diagonal68.5 cm
Digital horizontal frequency24 - 89 kHz
Digital vertical frequency50 - 75 Hz
Display sRGB
HDCP
Ports & interfaces
VGA (D-Sub) ports quantity1
DVI port
HDMI ports quantity1
DVI-D ports quantity1
DisplayPorts quantity1
Headphone outputs1
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
PC Audio in
AC (power) in
Weight & dimensions
Width643 mm
Depth69.6 mm
Height386.2 mm
Width (with stand)643 mm
Depth (with stand)218 mm
Height (with stand)552.3 mm
Weight with stand8.8 kg
Power
Power consumption (standby)0.5 W
Power consumption (typical)60 W
AC input voltage100 - 240
AC input frequency50/60
Power consumption (PowerSave)0.5 W
Certificates
Energy Star certified
CertificationTCO 5.2, UL/cUL, CB, CE, FCC, CCC, ISO9241-307, BSMI, Gost-R, C-Tick, VCCI, PSE, J-MOSS, RoHS
Ergonomics
Cable lock slotKensington
VESA mounting
Height adjustment
VESA mounting interfaces100 x 100 mm
Swivelling
Tilt adjustment
Tilt angle range-5 - 20°
Pivot
Thin Client
Thin client installed
Design
Colour of productBlack
Multimedia
Built-in speaker(s)
Built-in camera
TV tuner integrated
Number of speakers2
RMS rated power3 W

ASUS PB278Q Expert Reviews

monitornerds.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-14
The ASUS PB278Q is a beautiful 1440p gaming monitor that suits the gamer who values image quality over response time and smoothness. We imagine the gamer playing RPG games or single player adventure/action games such as Assassins Cr...
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phoronix.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-24
For those that found the 1920 x 1080 resolution for the 27-inch ASUS MX279H IPS Monitor too small when it was reviewed earlier this month on Phoronix, today we are looking at the ASUS PB278Q. This monitor is part of the ASUS Professional Graphics Monitor...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-15
There are very few monitor companies here that sell panels that go beyond full HD resolution. Considering we are already starting to see 4K monitors abroad, it is high time the 2560×1440 pixel resolution started getting more love in this part of the world...
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uk.hardware.info
Reviewed on 2013-08-19
Most IT product categories tend to evolve rapidly, but developments in computer monitors have been decidedly slower. Although larger screens are slowly becoming more affordable, the most common resolution remains 1920x1080 pixels. Nonetheless, this year...
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tweaktown.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-06
I recently purchased an ASUS PB278Q monitor for my daily use, and it's gorgeous. It's 2560x1440 resolution provides plenty of desktop real estate, but it only arrives with a 60Hz refresh rate. I feel like I'm substituting resolution for refresh rate, whic...
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tweaktown.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-02
For over a year now, I've been using the Samsung S27A950D, which is a 1920x1080 panel, but includes a super-slick 120Hz refresh rate. I owned an HP LP3065 many years ago, which was a 30-inch display with a 2560x1600 resolution.I've always been a fan of hi...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2013-05-16
Until cutting-edge UHD (3840×2160) displays hit the mainstream, most enthusiasts have to be content with QHD monitors at 2560x1440 pixels. In the lab today, we have two more 27-inch QHD screens: the ZR2740w from HP and the PB278Q from Asus. It seems tha...
goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-02-11
Excellent picture quality pre- and post-calibration, Excellent adjustability, Integrated speakerDynamic contrast isn't useful, Menu controls aren't great, Occasional backlight flicker
The ASUS PB278Q is a 27-inch computer monitor with a high-end panel and few unnecessary frills. It’s targeted at professionals — who want its factory-preset colour accuracy and wide-gamut PLS panel — and gamers — who want its low latency and super-deta...
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reviewed.com
Reviewed on 2013-01-28
If you've been shopping around for a monitor lately, you've probably noticed that the current market is subject to a wall-to-wall flood of nigh-identical $200 computer monitors. These clone clusters usually share performance parameters and feature sets, o...
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macworld.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-01-02
Good price; lots of inputsContrast could be better, $699
Offering plenty of pixels while keeping down the price tag, this Asus could catch the eye of bargain hunters chasing acres of screen real estate.This 27in monitor is blessed with a range of connectors – supporting 2560 x 1440 resolution via HDMI, Displ...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-12-12
The Asus PB278Q offers a sharp extreme-definition screen, rich color, accurate presets, and useful ergonomic options at a good priceThe monitor lacks USB inputs and its swivel mechanism is poorly implemented
In the world of extreme-definition monitors, the Asus PB278Q almost perfectly hits a happy medium between features and value. I reviewed the HP ZR2740w earlier in 2012, and while that monitor offered great performance at a reasonable price, aside from b...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-12-11
The Asus PB278Q offers a sharp extreme-definition screen, rich color, accurate presets, and useful ergonomic options at a good priceThe monitor lacks USB inputs and its swivel mechanism is poorly implemented
In the world of extreme-definition monitors, the Asus PB278Q almost perfectly hits a happy medium between features and value. I reviewed the HP ZR2740w earlier in 2012, and while that monitor offered great performance at a reasonable price, aside from ...
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overclock3d.net
Reviewed on 2012-12-08
Monitor choice is thankfully a lot easier in recent times. Even a cheap TN panel will be reasonable quality.For gamers though we've had a couple of different branches to take on the display path. The advent of 3D and Eyefinity has meant that there real...
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itproportal.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-29
Great colour quality, Display isn't reflective, Lots of video ports, Ergonomic standA touch pricey, Lack of USB ports
Plane to Line Switching (PLS) is a relatively new panel technology developed by Samsung as an alternative to LG's popular IPS panel. Both technologies claim to offer very good colour quality and wide viewing angles, and both are more expensive to manufact...
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uk.hardware.info
Reviewed on 2012-11-21
ASUS has a number of monitors specifically geared towards photo and video editing, but none with a resolution in excess of Full HD. The PB278Q has exactly that, with a resolution of 2560x1440 pixels on a 27-inch display. Since it is part of the P series...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-19
Great color quality. Lots of video ports. Ergonomic stand. Wide viewing angles.A bit pricey. No auto-pivot function. No USB ports
Design and Features Unlike the gorgeous Samsung Series 9 S27B970D, another 27-inch PLS monitor, the PB278Q is fairly plain looking. The 27-inch panel resides in a 2.8-inch thick matte black cabinet with relatively thin (0.75-inch) bezels and a thin, barel...
anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-19
Every 27” panel that I have reviewed this year has had two things in common: the panel was IPS based, and it was made by LG. The vast majority of IPS panels are made by LG, and so most high-end monitors use the same panels but have major differences...
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