ASUS VP278H 27" FHD 1920x1080 LED Monitor (1 ms, Low Blue Light, Flicker Free) £149.99 @ Amazon
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ASUS VP278H 27" FHD 1920x1080 LED Monitor (1 ms, Low Blue Light, Flicker Free) £149.99 @ Amazon

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Found 29th Dec 2017
60 Hz. Tilt adjustment. Seems a decent price for a large screen 1080p monitor. Fast response time too.
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I don't know about the quality of this screen, but it's a very good price for this model. I was looking at a 24 inch screen but this one is very tempting
only 1080p but for the price its good as for 4k your looking at much more.
Will this size screen 27" be good for xbox one because I heard the pixels at 27" 1080p don't look that great.
Joinlive49 m ago

Will this size screen 27" be good for xbox one because I heard the pixels …Will this size screen 27" be good for xbox one because I heard the pixels at 27" 1080p don't look that great.



Joinlive53 m ago

Will this size screen 27" be good for xbox one because I heard the pixels …Will this size screen 27" be good for xbox one because I heard the pixels at 27" 1080p don't look that great.


You're right, it's absolutely awful, only 81.59 pixels per pinch.

If you're going to be sitting about a metre away from the screen, then you'll easily make out the pixels on the screen. You'd have to be sitting at least 2 metres away from the screen to (compensate for the low pixel density/large pixel pitch and) get a reasonably sharp picture.

I've a normal bedroom office desk setup where my eyes are about 80 cm away from my monitor. I've tried the VP278H before and believe me, you would not like the experience if you're coming from a 21.5" or even 23" inch monitor. I immediately got a refund.

I've also tried the Asus VX239H (which I've also returned), which coming from my old Fujitsu XL3220T is not bad but you can still make out the pixels and it has ghosting.
I'd say a fair monitor size for the normal desk setup i.e. sitting close to the monitor, would be 24" maximum.

If you're coming from a 21.5" monitor like me you'd be able to tell the difference immediately.
^ lolz ^
I have a 27" 1080 screen and it is fine at 80cm (different make though), it starts to look bad at around 45cm.

What a lot of people THINK is the pixels showing, is in fact the screen coating, so have a good look at one if you can.

I have a number of Asus screens, and the matt one can look "pixelly" in the wrong light.

Be aware that this is a TN screen, so wont show the lush colours of an IPS screen, and wont have the same wide viewing angles.
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