ASUS is offering gamers a lot with its RoG SWIFT PG278Q. Not only does this 27-inch monitor boast a 1440p resolution and 144Hz refresh rate, NVIDIA’s G-SYNC technology is included to help give you the smoothest gaming experience possible. Is that something that matters? You bet. Read on as I try to do this thing justice.
A monitor stand might sound like a simple product, but if you happen to pick one up that’s built poorly, you’re going to quickly regret it. This is especially true with stands that support multiple monitors – some are simply built better, and designed better. With Ergotech’s Freedom Quad Desk in the lab, let’s see what it’s made of.
Every so often, we’re sent a product that on the surface looks to be one of the most simple we’ve ever seen, but in practice turns out to be quite useful. Antec’s Bias Lighting Kit is one such product. It emits a white glow on a wall behind your monitor, making staring at the screen just a little bit easier. Sounds strange, but it works.
It’s been quite a while since we have last taken a look at an ASUS monitor, much less one that we’ve been ultimately impressed by, so when we received their latest model, the VW266H, we couldn’t wait to tear it out of the box to see if things have improved with their line-up. Read on as we find out whether this TN-based monitor is a winner.
NVIDIA’s GeForce Vision technology claims to be able to bridge the last gap between current gaming technology and the perception of an immersive 3D environment — your 2D monitor. But can it bridge the perception gap in the marketplace and overcome the view that stereoscopic 3D technologies are a cheap gimmick?
|ASUS RoG SWIFT PG278Q 27-inch G-SYNC Monitor Review||Rob Williams||November 6, 2014||Displays, NVIDIA-Based GPU|
|Ergotech Freedom Quad 1-over-3 Desk Stand Review||Rob Williams||March 18, 2014||Displays|
|Antec Soundscience Halo 6 LED Bias Lighting Kit Review||Ryan Perry||October 21, 2011||Displays|
|ASUS VW266H 25.5″ LCD Monitor||Matt Serrano||February 23, 2009||Displays|
|A First Look at NVIDIA’s GeForce Vision Technology||Rory Buszka||January 8, 2009||Displays|
|Lenovo L220X 22″ Widescreen LCD Monitor||Matt Serrano||June 4, 2008||Displays|
|Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital Edition||Greg King||March 18, 2008||Displays|
|Gateway XHD3000 30-inch Wide-Screen||Rob Williams||March 11, 2008||Displays|
|ASUS VW222 22-inch Wide-Screen||Matt Serrano||March 10, 2008||Displays|
|ATI TV Wonder HD 600 PCI & HD 650 Combo USB||Nate Marion||February 28, 2008||Displays|
|Samsung 743B 17-inch Monitor||Matt Serrano||February 5, 2008||Displays|
|DisplayLink – Multi-Display Setups with USB||Rob Williams||January 24, 2008||Displays|
|ASUS PG221 22-inch Wide-Screen||Rob Williams||December 10, 2007||Displays|
|Samsung SyncMaster 2232GW Wide-Screen||Rob Williams||November 20, 2007||Displays|
|Dell UltraSharp 3007WFP-HC Wide-Screen||Rob Williams||November 8, 2007||Displays|
|Planar 24-inch PX2411W Wide-Screen||Matt Serrano||October 30, 2007||Displays|
|Samsung 275T 27-inch Wide-Screen||Rob Williams||June 20, 2007||Displays|
|Dell UltraSharp 2707WFP 27-inch Wide-Screen||Rob Williams||June 6, 2007||Displays|
|Hauppauge WinTV HVR-950||Greg King||May 3, 2007||Displays|
|ASUS PW201 20″ LCD||Rob Williams||November 14, 2006||Displays|
|Dell 19″ UltraSharp E196FP LCD Monitor||Greg King||July 6, 2006||Displays|
|Dell 19″ UltraSharp 1907FP LCD Monitor||Greg King||June 28, 2006||Displays|
|Matrox TripleHead2Go||Greg King||June 22, 2006||Displays|
|Hauppauge WinTV PVR-350||Greg King||May 2, 2006||Displays|
|NEC MultiSync 1740CX 17inch LCD||Rob Williams||February 13, 2006||Displays|