Product Comparison: ASUS PA279Q vs ASUS PB27UQ
- The screen resolution was automatically set to 2560 x 1440 when the PC was booted.
- Standard HD resolution which made everything sharp.
- Perfect DP which gives 2560 x 1440px resolution.
- 27" allows for better screen real estate when doing general office work and ideal for the light photo editing that I do.
- Setup was straightforward, the only challenge was getting the full 2560x1440 resolution with an old graphics card.
- Because of the higher resolution, tool palettes/windows are smaller giving way to larger working spaces.
- The resolution is a great step up from 1080p and the little extra refresh of 75hz is just a nice little bonus.
- At 2560x1440 resolution, the viewing experience is crisp.
- For the price, build quality and obviously the 4k resolution this product is honestly the best and first 4k monitor ive ever gotten.
- The response time is better than any other 4K display I've used, and the resolution is just amazing.
- Picture quality is excellent.
- Great monitor! I see colors now!
- The colours on this monitor are just amazing.
- The clarity is also very good - I never knew my photos could look so good!
- The picture quality of this monitor is superb.
- Color reproduction looks very good.
- Colors look good and very crisp screen!
- Nice color resolution and easy color calibration.
- Colour and clarity are superb. I'm mainly going to be using this for video and photographic / graphic work so a good display is paramount.
- The colours are very washed out.
- It has so many great features for a web/digital/print designer.
- The Adobe RGB spectrum was delightful with a nearly a full spectrum I could work easily and confidently in Photoshop.
- This was the only one in this price range that had a color gamut of 99% Adobe RGB.
- Solid performance, no problems what so ever so far.
- The built in speakers have good bass for their size.
- Speakers are alright, wouldn't say they can beat my old 24 inch TV, but it is a nice feature.
- Comes with some neat features (Not needed Picture-in-Picture but it's there and I like that).
- The adjustability is something I haven't had on my last monitor but adds a really handy ergonomic to the monitor.
- I have it mounted on my VESA desk mount and it looks great next to the gaming version.
- There are side switches to adjust the levels, rather than touchscreen, which I prefer.
- Not getting the full benefit of its colour space as my pc does not have the displayport connection.
- This monitor also had a hdmi connection so I also used it to connect my PS3 up to it.
- DP port very fast, also has USB option and sound dynamics.
- The USB 3 hub is a great idea and works well.
- Inputs HDMI and DVI cannot operate simultaneously.
- Using either HDMI and DisplayPort, the internal speakers are perfectly fine for most things.
- I connected the monitor to my PS4 Pro using the supplied HDMI cables.
- I like that the connections are recessed. I can hide the cables.
- I use the monitor with a PC (DisplayPort) and an Xbox through one of the HDMI.
- The Power Cable supplied was an EU 2 pin standard, so i had to cut it up and replace the plug with a UK one.