Product Comparison: ASUS MG279Q vs Dell S2716DG
- Excellent!! it's a perfect dream both 27inch and true 1440p resolution!!
- This monitor is a fantastic bit of kit, the quad HD resolution with the 144hz makes any game look amazing.
- The games look so clear in 2560x1440 I mainly play rocket league these days and the difference in refresh rate and resolution is big.
- Colours are rich, and the high refresh rate leads to very smooth movement.
- The refresh rate and response time are awful, there is a lot of lag on screen.
- Colors, contrast and viewing are great.
- Getting this monitor was best choice of upgrade from 1080p, fast, colorful, big and way more emersive than 1080p.
- This monitor makes my game more natural in color.
- Colour accuracy is good, and the anti-glare coating is pretty good too.
- The brightness has a little difference between the lowest and highest setting.
- Every game I've tried is running buttery smooth, and it feels super responsive.
- It looks good enough that I'm considering moving my xbox off the 4K TV it's currently attached to, and hooking it up to the monitor.
- This monitor is gorgeous and my games are smooth as silk.
- The stand is sturdy and easily adjustable.
- I really like the ease of adjusting the height, very nice smooth fitting.
- The headphone jack is very handy as it allows me to have both the PC and PS4 to use the same speakers which are plugged into it.
- There are decent built in speakers on a monitor.
- Speakers are low quality but usable.
- I absolutely love this monitor so far. I am actually running a pretty dated GPU but G-Sync makes a substantial difference.
- The kit has all the necessary cables, you no longer need to look for them separately, as I once had.
- I had mouse lags issues with my previous moniror, finally after connecting the mouse to this new monitor, there is no problem, magic.
- USB 3.0 works great with my mouse and keyboard.
- There's 2 USB3 ports but they are not the easiest to access which makes them a little pointless.
- USB awkward to get to.
- The monitor comes with a good quality DisplayPort cable, which is the preferred way to connect it as some cards do not support the newer revisions of HDMI.
- The only bad thing I have to say about this monitor is the fact that once it goes into sleep mode when using DisplayPort as the input, it will not wake up.