Product Comparison: Acer XG270HU vs ASUS MG278Q
- 2K resolution in Overwatch looks just sublime as well as in other gorgeous games like Witcher 3. Bear in mind, your video card will take a hit bumping up to 2K resolution from 1080.
- Excellent screen quality with plenty of different screen options.
- This was a Christmas present for my son who is much more sensittive to screen resolution and framde speed than me. He loves it, really pleased to have it, highly recommended.
- Really good screen quality and spec!
- The quality of the screen is so bad.
- Not amazing quality screen. Terrible backlight bleed, the worst I have ever seen.
- As others have said, yeah, it ships with super high contrast. A little fiddling and it's fine.
- Picture and colors are amazing!! You wont be disappointed.
- The color is far superior on this, the thing that stood out to me how much better the blood on CS GO looks.
- Colors, contrast and viewing are great.
- Getting this monitor was best choice of upgrade from 1080p, fast and colorful.
- Colors are over exaggerated + color bleeding around objects.
- My only issues with this monitor are that it doesn't have VESA mount points.
- The screen can be a bit wobbly on the stand as the neck only goes in about an inch into the bottom of the screen.
- My favourite feature is the highly adjustable stand that it comes on - it's very easy to reposition and raise/lower.
- A nice feature with this monitor is the height adjustment which many lack nowadays.
- Cool built in gaming features (countdown timer, fps and cross hair).
- The also has an ergonomically-designed with tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustment so you can always find that ideal viewing position.
- POOR quality speakers and AUX output.
- The box came with a DisplayPort cable (I'm currently using it), a HDMI cable, an aux cable, and a Dual Link DVI cable.
- It has all the ports you would want (HDMI, DVI, and display port).
- It does come well packaged with hdmi, displayport and usb cables.
- It nice to see a displayport cable in the box (also a HDMI cable)
- I tried using a different displayport, a different display cable, then scrapped DP and used DVI and then finally moving onto HDMI and found that the issue occurred with each one
- The power cable is a european 2 pin type, so you'll need an adaptor or an alternate power cable from an old monitor or PC.