Asus PB287Q

  • Asus PB287Q
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  • Relatively affordable.
  • Low input lag.
  • Outstanding Ultra High-Definition (UHD) image quality.


  • So-so viewing angle performance.
  • Slightly skewed greens.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Expert Reviews on 80

The Dell P2815Q could only output Ultra HD resolutions at 30Hz, which meant there was an unbearable amount of input lag and choppy movement, even we performed the most basic the most basic of tasks. This made it best suited to the watching of Ultra HD...

By on

We are very pleased with the new Ultra HD monitors. With the introduction of all these new models there is finally going to be some more choices in term of monitors. We also expect that WQHD models will start dropping in price soon, for example the...

By Overclock3D on 97

Monitors are always a difficult thing to review when it comes to getting the difference across because even if we manage to make the best possible video or take the finest screenshots known to mankind, you'll still be viewing them on your own monitor....

By PCGamer on 87

As an upgrade from pretty much any 1080p panel this PB287Q would make an excellent option, especially for the money they're asking for it, just make sure you've got the space on your desktop before taking the plunge.

By DigitalVersus on 80

The Asus PB287Q marks the arrival of a new generation of TN monitors that could really make waves. It's a shame that contrast is a bit disappointing, vertical viewing angles aren't amazing and connections are a bit thin on the ground, but the PB287Q...

By Canadian Reviewer on

Displays are at the heart of how we perceive--and ultimately use—all of our computers, be it the biggest, most powerful desktop or the smallest of smartwatches. It's the reason that new display technology always leaves me saying “wow.” That was my...

By PC Pro on 83

Asus delivers a giant-sized 4K monitor with good image quality and a solid fist of features for a bargain...

By on 76

The Asus PB287Q (MSRP $649) has many strengths: decent color production, lightning-fast response time, a smart build, and a (comparably) dirt-cheap price. Despite all that, it's not suited for every buyer. Professionals who need a wider color space, for...

By The Tech Report on

You've gathered by now that the PB287Q and monitors like it represent a new class of desktop display. If you're looking to upgrade or to build an all-new system, this monitor should definitely be on your radar. The core display technology, as we've...

By TweakTown on 96

Let's just start with the obvious. 4K is awesome for professionals. My raw 18-megapixel photos can almost be shown at 100 percent zoom on a 4K monitor, as opposed to a 1080p monitor that just shows a small portion (less than one-fourth)....

By on 90

The beautiful IGZO Asus PQ321QE is a monitor that anyone would dream of owning – however at £2,400 it still proves too expensive for most. If you are editing colour critical files however and need the 4k resolution, it is one of the finest purchases you...

By TrustedReviews on 80

If you need a 4K gaming monitor then we recommend the Asus PB287Q. It delivers exactly what you need at a reasonable price, and has a flicker-free backlight. For everyone else, however, we'd recommend waiting a little longer.

By Tom's Hardware on

As with most bleeding-edge technologies, most of the discussion about 4K monitors revolves around price. The first-generation displays hit the market at an eye-watering $3500, and even now are still selling for over $2500. Thanks to Chi Mei Optronics'...

By PCPer on

The growth and adoption of 4K resolution panels (most commonly 3840x2160) has really been the biggest story of the past year or so in the world of PC gaming. After a couple of TVs that ran at 3840x2160 over HDMI at 30 Hz found there way into our...

By PCPer on

Even though I liked the panel and pricing of the Samsung U28D590D 4K monitor from earlier this month, my biggest complaint fell around the build quality of the stand and the lack of flexibility it offered. The ASUS PB287Q is a far stretch from that...

By PC World on 70

If you absolutely need an Ultra HD display to view large images or to work on 4K video, the Asus PB287Q is an affordable, serviceable...

By Legit Reviews on

The ASUS PB287Q will be available at leading retailers on June 10th, 2014 for $649 in the United States and $699 in Canada. ASUS originally announced that the MSRP on this display would be starting at $799, so we were ecstatic to find out that the price...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

What is the Asus PB287Q? The Asus PB287Q is the first in what we expect to be a minor glut of ‘cheap' 4K monitors from known brands, including Dell, AOC and Samsung. They're all based on cheaper TN panel technology and claim low 1ms response times, which...

By PC Mag on 80

The Asus PB287Q is a reasonably priced 28-inch Ultra High-Definition monitor that delivers stunning 4K imagery and handles fast motion with...

International Review By on

Монитор ASUS PB287Q оставил после себя приятные впечатления. Первый «доступный» 4К-монитор ASUS можно назвать хорошим, даже несмотря на небольшие огрехи в русификации меню и неудобное расположение управляющих клавиш. Качество его картинки на удивление...