ASUS debuts the MG24UQ 4K monitor

ASUS debuts the MG24UQ 4K monitor

ASUS has enriched its 4K monitor list with a new model called MG24UQ. The device does not belong to the famous Republic of Gamers (ROG) line but despite this is a really nice 4K monitor that deserves some attention.

Obviously the new ASUS MG24UQ works at 3840 x 2160 pixels but there’s much more to this – the monitor has 178-degree vertical and horizontal viewing angles, 4 ms of response time, IPS technology inside and support for Adaptive-Sync, which is a technology very similar to AMD’s FreeSync. In addition to this the monitor comes with thin bezels and front speakers; in the back there are HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4 and 3.5-mm audio jacks for added flexibility. The MG24UQ supports 100 x 100 mm VESA stands and comes with a fully adjustable display, which is a nice feature. This means you will be able to take it up and down as well as tilt it in case of need.

Sadly, there’s no information on the price of the MG24UQ monitor by ASUS.

Source: ASUS

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