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Asus PB287Q

Asus PB287Q
alaScore 95

75 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 75 reviews from magazines and websites.

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(Based on 75 reviews)

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Asus PB287Q

 

The Asus PB287Q is a reasonably priced 28-inch Ultra High-Definition monitor that delivers stunning 4K imagery and handles fast motion with aplomb.

Relatively affordable. Outstanding Ultra High-Definition (UHD) image quality. Solid performance and feature set. Fast pixel response

So-so viewing angle performance. Slightly skewed greens. No USB ports

If you've been itching to buy an Ultra High-Definition (UHD) monitor, but have been waiting for prices to drop below the $1,000 mark, your wait is over. The Asus PB287Q ($649) impresses with its sharp UHD image quality, robust colors, and a generous...

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Asus PB287Q 28-Inch 4K Monitor Review: Ultra HD For $650

 

We've seen plenty of buzz about the beauty of gaming at 3840x2160. Up until now, though, that meant spending several grand on a 4K monitor. Asus drives the price down to $650 with its 28-inch PB287Q. But are there sacrifices made in the process?

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ASUS PB287Q 4K UHD 28-in Monitor Review

 

The growth and adoption of 4K resolution panels (most commonly 3840x2160) has really been the biggest story of the past year or so in the world of PC gaming. After a couple of TVs that ran at 3840x2160 over HDMI at 30 Hz found there way into our...

So what can you expect if you purchase the ASUS PB287Q 4K monitor? In short you get an adequate screen that won't live up to IPS standards but is just good enough for the PC gamer and productivity user in all of us. You'll also get a form factor that...

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Asus PB287Q

 

A 4K gaming monitor for £600. Is there a catch?

Good features for price ; Low input lag ; 60Hz over DisplayPort ; Good basic image quality

Poor vertical viewing angles ; Fussy OSD and controls ; There are cheaper 4K monitors

To the PB287Q’s credit, however, aside from ‘VividText’ the default settings look pretty good. It’s also very easily to assemble and disassemble, with a single screw to fasten the base to the monitor’s arm.

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Asus PB287Q

 

Asus was among the first manufacturers to jump on the 4K monitor bandwagon, and back in October 2013 it led the charge with the wallet-crushing £3,000 Asus PQ321QE (web ID: 384841). At that price, needless to say we weren't entirely convinced, but the...

Asus delivers a giant-sized 4K monitor with good image quality and a solid fist of features for a bargain price

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Asus PB287Q 4K UHD 28 inch Monitor review

 

KitGuru was one of the first websites to regularly start using an Ultra HD 4K monitor in graphics card reviews, mid 2013. We adopted the wallet sapping Asus PQ321QE and have been mighty impressed with...

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PB287q

 

Many people reported losing display port connection after sleep, or after turn off power button. I had the same issue. I had to pull AC plug off and on to get recovered. In my case, I edited BIOS setting and changed primary graphics to "PCIE" from "On...

Very crisp image. Nice color. No dead pixels. Fast response ; Horizontal viewing angle. Stand is adjustable to minimize effect of narrow viewing angle

Vertical viewing angle. When looking down the monitor, color become blue ; Even if I sit exact in front, I see color become slightly blue at the bottom edge. But it's not very bad for normal use

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Fantastic

 

Colors are equal to or better low end IPS displays and by far better then any TN panel I have ever seen ; Also viewing agnels are fantastic for a tn panel. People constant harp on this point about viewing agnels, I want to make this clear for a TN...

My current GPU is 7970 is too slow

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Very Nice Monitor

 

Images look sharp and clear! I'm using my Nvidia Titan Black with 6GB of frame buffer. I haven't tried any demanding games at 4K yet, but I will soon. Demo videos I have tried look lovely!

Large bright screen, will do 60Hz at 4k. I saved some bucks buying from Newegg as an open box item. No dead pixels, at least none that I can see

I did some homework before I bought this monitor, and some other reviews were quite correct when they said it need a quick tweak or two out of the box. The monitor defaulted to DisplayPort 1.1 for me, I had to manually select DP1.2 on the monitor...

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ASUS PB287Q

 

Clear picture, high PPI, small bezel

scaling doesn't work very well in windows. 4k resolution would be more useful for real estate at a bigger size. The audio port for the earphones is hard to access and there doesn't seem to be a way to switch from headphones to the internal stereos...

Product Specifications

Configuration

Adjustable Display: Yes
Integrated Camera: No
Integrated Microphone: No
Loudspeakers: Yes
Type of MPR Radiation: No
Type of TCO Radiation:TCO6

Connectivity

DVI Interface: No
HDMI: Yes
MHL:MHL
USB: No
VGA: No

Display

LED Backlight: No
LED Technology: No
Screen Format:16:9
Touchscreen: No

General Features

3D: No
Product Type:LCD
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