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Asus TUF Gaming VG27AQ

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  • Excellent
    16 days ago
    A good IPS screen, launch year 2019 for about SEK 5,000. G-sync, 1440p and 165hz. So it has everything you need. Was lucky enough to get a screen without BLB so I'm more than happy with my purchase.
  • Excellent
    24 days ago
    Wow, what a good screen. The sharpness is incredibly good as well as the colors and light. Playing games like Red Dead 2 with 144 Hz and 1440p is a dream.
  • Good
    1 month ago
    It's decent. Compare with Samsung C27HG70 (VA panel) and Lenovo Y27q-20 (nanoIPS).

    Compared to these, this screen has poorer picture quality, I find it difficult to say what it is due to. Ips glow? Perhaps. Experience it as a fairly mediocre blackness and contrast and no improvement at lower brightness.

    Build quality - good. Better than Samsungen, about the same as Lenovon (which has an amazing foot! This one is more plastic)

    Takes time to wake from the sleep mode, typically 10 seconds after waving the mouse to which it wakes (note with computer on, not in sleep mode). This did not have the other screens.

    My screen came with 3 bright / stuck pixels in the corners, it helps me send it back and keep Lenovon instead.
  • Very Poor
    1 month ago
    Is too bad for the price, the panel Asus has put in is a real damn crap panel that bleeds really well.
    If you are going to watch a movie or play dark games it is completely inept and I would say it is basically useless for that purpose.

    I should have returned it, but sometimes you are an idiot.

    For the price it is one, you should be able to watch movies on a screen for 5k + without crying.
  • Very good
    2 months ago
    Nice screen with IPS, G-sync and 144hz (not tested 165)
    Simple and works without any worries.
    No dead pixels, a little backbleed in lower right corner, but rarely / never dark image so it is not noticeable for me.
    G-sync jumps on without any settings on the screen and works without problems.