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Asus VE278H 27" 1080p HDMI Gaming Monitor £124.98 Ebuyer + Free Delivery

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1 Like #1
Wish it was, 4k. 1080p looks fuzzy on big monitor.
#2
Personally I don't know and there are a lot of mixed reviews, so in the end I went with a ultra wide monitor but my friend does a lot of Photoshop on a 27" and says he has no problems.
#3
simon_deville
Personally I don't know and there are a lot of mixed reviews, so in the end I went with a ultra wide monitor but my friend does a lot of Photoshop on a 27" and says he has no problems.


Very good price. Currently 4k monitor is 3 times in price of this one.
#4
60hz monitor.
It will have an inherent response delay of about 16ms.
1 Like #5
CameronB
60hz monitor.
It will have an inherent response delay of about 16ms.


Not true. Only 2ms as advertised unless you over clock. Asus don't lie.
1 Like #6
Add on frame rendering time and internet latency.... All this 2ms 'pro' gaming nonsense.
Get a nice panel and enjoy it unless it's a career (which is ridiculous, but good on you if you make money out of people wasting their time watching you play games).

Edited By: MBeeching on Sep 02, 2016 23:48
#7
sam_of_london
CameronB
60hz monitor.
It will have an inherent response delay of about 16ms.
Not true. Only 2ms as advertised unless you over clock. Asus don't lie.
Yeah, Gray to Gray.
1 Like #8
Meh... 60Hz, TN, only 1080p.
1 Like #9
Another 60Hz "gaming" monitor oO
banned 2 Likes #10
Rhythmeister
Another 60Hz "gaming" monitor oO

It's as much of a gaming monitor as girls on facebook are 'professional models' after paying £300 for a few crappy photo's.
#11
sam_of_london
Wish it was, 4k. 1080p looks fuzzy on big monitor.

I have an Acer 27" monitor at 1080p and it looks pretty crisp.
#12
Showing at £149.99 for me. Expired?
#13
you can get from amazon for 137,99


https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-90LMB5101T010O1C-Widescreen-Multimedia-Monitor/dp/B008I9BKWM

Edited By: janekk on Sep 03, 2016 14:49
#14
sam_of_london
Wish it was, 4k. 1080p looks fuzzy on big monitor.

I have a 27" LG at 1080 and doesn't look fuzzy at all. NIce and crisp here :)
#15
I'm after a 27" 1080 and checked a couple in pcworld yesterday and they looked fine with text etc, I think I'm going for the HP pavilion 27xw, look very smart
1 Like #16
sam_of_london
Wish it was, 4k. 1080p looks fuzzy on big monitor.

No it doesn't. You can make out pixels at a closer distance than a higher resolution monitor, that much is obvious. But definition and clarity is all relative to how close you sit. You can sit further back from this than a 24" monitor and thanks to it's larger size still clearly make out text and details.

People have 40"+ TV's that are 'only' 1080p.
#17
The stated response times of ALL monitors and TVs are complete BULL! Regardless, a good price.
1 Like #18
i've had this model Asus VX279Q 27" for over a year now to replace 2 21" monitors. no problems here and highly rate Asus products.
#19
Everyone wants perfection, you'll never get it. ASUS are a good brand that I as a computer builder can confirm. It's less than £130 quid for 27". You get what you pay for.
#20
My 7 year old has this in his room. Uses it with his Xbox 360 and Wii U, got it because he wants a PC for Christmas which I'm slowly collecting parts for. In the time he can use it with his consoles, the built in speakers are pretty good.

I'd never recommend anyone get a 27" 1080p monitor for gaming, really need 1440p. For somebody looking for something for their children but also can act as a TV, it's great.
#21
simon_deville
Personally I don't know and there are a lot of mixed reviews, so in the end I went with a ultra wide monitor but my friend does a lot of Photoshop on a 27" and says he has no problems.
He wouldn't be using Photoshop on a 27" 1080p monitor. 27" is far too big for 1080p. I have a 24" 1440p and it's perfect.
#22
commenter14
simon_deville
Personally I don't know and there are a lot of mixed reviews, so in the end I went with a ultra wide monitor but my friend does a lot of Photoshop on a 27" and says he has no problems.
He wouldn't be using Photoshop on a 27" 1080p monitor. 27" is far too big for 1080p. I have a 24" 1440p and it's perfect.

what do you mean it wouldn't be using it, I have seen his office.
#23
simon_deville
commenter14
simon_deville
Personally I don't know and there are a lot of mixed reviews, so in the end I went with a ultra wide monitor but my friend does a lot of Photoshop on a 27" and says he has no problems.
He wouldn't be using Photoshop on a 27" 1080p monitor. 27" is far too big for 1080p. I have a 24" 1440p and it's perfect.
what do you mean it wouldn't be using it, I have seen his office.
Have you seen his resolution? Dimensions are almost irrelevant when it comes to monitors, it's all about the resolution. And no professional would be using 1080p at 27".

Edited By: commenter14 on Sep 03, 2016 23:03
#24
commenter14
simon_deville
commenter14
simon_deville
Personally I don't know and there are a lot of mixed reviews, so in the end I went with a ultra wide monitor but my friend does a lot of Photoshop on a 27" and says he has no problems.
He wouldn't be using Photoshop on a 27" 1080p monitor. 27" is far too big for 1080p. I have a 24" 1440p and it's perfect.
what do you mean it wouldn't be using it, I have seen his office.
Have you seen his resolution? Dimensions are almost irrelevant when it comes to monitors, it's all about the resolution. And no professional would be using 1080p at 27".

I have no idea why you are so intent on being right but he is using 1920x1080 on a 27" I personally could not comment as I do not sit there looking at his screen nor do I work on that res at that screen size, he is happy using it like that and I think that is all what matters.

I personally do not like fords because they look ugly but it does not change that fact that they fit a purpose.

now please feel free to go push your logic elsewhere



Edited By: simon_deville on Sep 04, 2016 02:29
#25
simon_deville

I personally do not like fords because they look ugly but it does not change that fact that they fit a purpose.
now please feel free to go push your logic elsewhere

What a silly argument you're trying to make. Fords might look ugly but they are still functional. A professional graphics designer working on a 1080p 27" screen is not functional.
#26
commenter14
simon_deville

I personally do not like fords because they look ugly but it does not change that fact that they fit a purpose.
now please feel free to go push your logic elsewhere
What a silly argument you're trying to make. Fords might look ugly but they are still functional. A professional graphics designer working on a 1080p 27" screen is not functional.

same as a 27" inch looking ugly and still functional
#27
simon_deville
commenter14
simon_deville

I personally do not like fords because they look ugly but it does not change that fact that they fit a purpose.
now please feel free to go push your logic elsewhere
What a silly argument you're trying to make. Fords might look ugly but they are still functional. A professional graphics designer working on a 1080p 27" screen is not functional.
same as a 27" inch looking ugly and still functional
The pixel density is far too low for a professional.
#28
I see your one of "them" type of people, your going to keep arguing that you are right and I am going to argue that is down to people personal likes.

My friend is happy 27" and I am happy with a ultra wide.

there you go, peoples personal choices, so how about we leave this now as to be honest its kinda getting boring
#29
MBeeching
Add on frame rendering time and internet latency.... All this 2ms 'pro' gaming nonsense.
Get a nice panel and enjoy it unless it's a career (which is ridiculous, but good on you if you make money out of people wasting their time watching you play games).

To each their own, for me the ms is important due to gaming. It's like saying the same about footballers and people wasting their time watching them play a game, it might be 'ridiculous' to you but not all, just wish I could make a living this way, so much better than going to work lol


Edited By: elmo-1 on Sep 07, 2016 03:57
1 Like #30
elmo-1
To each their own, for me the ms is important due to gaming.

I think you've misunderstood...

The 2ms 'white to grey' response time is mostly marketing drivel, I wouldn't make it a priority over image quality when purchasing a monitor. The input lag on this screen is 10ms and at 60Hz it displays a new frame every 16ms. Plus you've got server pings (let's say 50ms) for anything online.

Although I do not know your reaction time, the average exceeds 200ms. And last but not least there is your overall skill level on the game which arguably makes the biggest difference.

It's pretty easy to see this is all adding up and that 2ms you started with is pretty irrelevant. What would be wrong with a 5ms or 10ms screen offering better image quality?

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