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PQ321Q 31.5" LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 8 ms (Adjustable Display Angle - 3840 x 2160 - 1073.7 Million Colors 10-bit - 350 Nit - 800:1 - Speakers - HDMI

PQ321Q 31.5" LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 8 ms (Adjustable Display Angle - 3840 x 2160 - 1073.7 Million Colors 10-bit - 350 Nit - 800:1 - Speakers - HDMI
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7 reviews

Nov, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews of PQ321Q 31.5" LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 8 ms (Adjustable Display Angle - 3840 x 2160 - 1073.7 Million Colors 10-bit - 350 Nit - 800:1 - Speakers - HDMI. The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Monitors for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 60/100.

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Consumer review by: N/A (

Broken product with no support from Asus at all


This is the WORST monitor I've ever bought. I don't even know where to begin with the number of problems this thing has given me. 1. First one I got was DOA. Had to replace it. 2. Second one (currently using) has multiple dead pixels and bright pixels....

4K looks beautiful

Screen goes black ; Light bleed ; Resolution upscaling support nearly non-existent ; Dead pixels ; Bright pixels ; Sometimes has to power cycle to get it to display a picture ; Customer service dept is rude ; Warranty dept is useless

May, 2015

Consumer review by: ptousig (



Great resolution, works just as expected ; I don't use it for gaming, so I can't speak to issues in that respect, but as a normal desktop monitor, it's great

Not exactly cheap

Oct, 2014

Consumer review by: Buford (

I like it, a lot


I purchased the PQ321Q in part because of 3 bad 30" Dell displays in a row. With anyone else on line other than Newegg the situation might have worked out much less satisfactorily. In all I purchased 4 displays and returned 3 displays in little over a...

I just purchased this monitor, and I like it. I did my research first, and in the last 12 months a lot of things in the 4k display market have changed (completely) so an update is in order ; In August of 2013 with the display was first sold the MSPR...

Gaming in 4k in contrast is not so straight forward as of Oct 2014. The only games I play often are Skyrim and Half Life 2. All I had to do was open NVIDIA GeForce Experience and change the screen resolution (over ride Optimized settings). In my case a...

Oct, 2014

Consumer review by: Trinok (

Backlight Bleeding is Terrible


I wanted to love this monitor because it is $1000 to $1500 cheaper then the Sharp display and it uses the same Sharp panel inside. But the quality of this monitor is horrible for the price. If you can wait for 4k, do so. I'm returning these displays. I...

Cheaper than Dell or Sharp

This display is overpriced trash. There is a terrible backlight bleed on the edges. I ordered three of these displays and each of them had backlight bleeding in different parts of the display, some worse then others. Not acceptable on a $2500...

Aug, 2014

Consumer review by: lil TBone (

Ok but could be better


This is a good monitor it shows flesh tones very well. especially in sensitive areas

Kinda pricey and doofy looking

Sep, 2013

Consumer review by: Ian (

More screen space than I need


Great monitor however unless $3500 mean little or nothing, I wouldn't buy a monitor with this high resolution unless you use many applications that really benefit from such high resolution. A stock trader or anyone who needs many applications to be...

Sharp image ; Rich colors ; Easy to set up

Small text ; Needs high end video card

Aug, 2013

Consumer review by: Zurv (



the control buttons on the side of the screen (which you'll only touch once when u setup the monitor are PAINFULLY bad) to keep fps 60+ with maxed settings you will be 2-3 titans or 3+ 780s. I have 3 titans and had to shut off AA on a few games.

This monitor is a rebadged Sharp PN-K321 (which is what I own) ; First off, Ultra is amazing! It is the same feeling I got years ago when I moved from 1920x1200 to 2560x1600... you can't go back ; Pro: nice rich color (while not color perfect - but...

HUGE problem.. is 60hz. To get 60hz you need to treat the screen as 2 monitors 1920x2160. If you are a gamer (like I am) this needs to be spanned into one logical screen. ATI/AMD can do this, but crossfire sucks so you don't have the power to max game...

Jul, 2013