The VG248QE uses a layout similar to its larger sibling, the Asus VG278HE. It sports a glistening black cupboard thin shiny black bezels, as well as a duplicate stand that is made up of round base using a Lazy Susan swivel mechanism as well as a telescoping mounting arm that provides pivot, height, and tilt adjustability.
Several of the buttons act as the GamePlus attribute, which offers a game timer and a training range to aid zero in on your own targets and hot keys for things like image presets. All three video input signals are digital (HDMI, DisplayPort, double-link DVI) and all are situated in the back of the cabinet facing down. An audio input signal as well as a headphone jack joins them. There are not any USB ports on this version, nor is there a webcam or an analog video input signal. Nevertheless, it can contain some set 2-watt speakers which can be reasonably loud but somewhat tinny sounding.
The VG248QE offers Glorious Technology, which can be actually merely a fancy name for image presets as with each Asus computer screen I Have reviewed recently. This computer screen has six presets, including Nighttime View styles, and Scenery, Standard, Theatre, Game, sRGB. Other graphic settings contain Skin Tone, Contrast, Color Saturation, Brightness, and Color Temperature.
The VG248QE has a dual-link DVI an audio cable and cable when it comes to DisplayPort and HDMI cables, but you are on your own. A three year parts, labor, and backlight warranty cover the computer screen.
For the large part, the VG248QE is a strong performer. Its colour precision was not horrible but it was not perfect either. Greens did seem to be somewhat hefty within my evaluation pictures although not heavy enough to cause tinting.
The VG248QE managed to show nearly every color of grey from the DisplayMate 64-Measure Grayscale evaluation, but darks shades of grey could happen to be a bit darker.
The VG248QE has comparatively narrow viewing angles, as is the case with the majority of TN computer screens. There was some colour transferring at around 50-degrees from the view in the base as well as centre from your side was not light.
There is no noticeable interim or picture while playing Burnout Paradise while linked to a PS3 console smearing. Outcomes were similar while playing with the PC-based Far Cry 2 and while viewing 2012 on bluray disc. Panning scenes were clear and stutter-free.
The Asus VG248QE is a competent 24-inch gaming computer screen which uses a fast 1 along with 144Hz refresh technology -ms pixel reply to provide smooth game play. Its viewing angle operation comes up short also it lacks the tools but this screen provides if easy movement management is essential. Having said that, our current Editors’ Choice for midsized the BenQ XL2420TX, gaming computer screens, additionally offers movement operation that was excellent and has a large number of I/O interfaces and a 3D Vision 2 kit, but nevertheless, it will set you back a few hundred dollars more.