Asus PQ321Q Ultra HD
Should you choose to drop a load of cash on this immoderate monitor, you’ll be one of the first to have a consumer grade 4k display. The PQ321Q features a 3840 x 2160 resolution (140ppi), which is four times greater than a 1080p monitor. Other key technical specs: 176-degree viewing angle, 10-bit color depth, 350 cd/m2 brightness rating, 8ms GTG response time, and built in speakers.
Great gaming experience.
Bright, crisp, uniform display.
Software and content needs to catch up.
By Maximum PC on February 06, 2014
Thirty inches. 2560x1600 resolution. Four million pixels. That was the gold standard in PC displays, but it's just been blown away. Welcome to the wonderful world of ultra-high-definition visuals. With this outrageous $3,500 flat screen, Asus is...90
By Tom's Hardware UK on January 23, 2014
Covering the latest and greatest technology is what we do, and we enjoy most of the hardware we get our hands on. Asus' PQ321Q represents the highest of high-tech in computer monitors right now. And as we saw at CES, Ultra HD is the next big thing...-
By PCMag on November 21, 2013
The Asus PG321 offers stunning 4K image detail via a massive 31.5-nch IGZO monitor. However, it's wildly expensive and its out of the box color accuracy could use a little tweaking.70
By EuroGamer on October 14, 2013
The reasonably low level of input lag also makes it a good around choice for gaming at both 1080p and 4K resolutions. Better, cheaper displays will come in time and the overall impression we were left with after our testing of the PQ321Q was that the wait will definitely be worth it.-
By Overclockers Club on September 24, 2013
Besides the immense size of the PQ321Q, the most startling aspect of the monitor is the visual clarity you get at 3840 x 2160. Having used a 2560 x 1600 resolution on my daily driver for several years now, I may have been a little spoiled when it comes...-
By AnandTech on July 23, 2013
It's also effectively killed any thoughts I've had about buying a laptop like a MacBook Air instead of a Retina MacBook Pro, because I can't imagine going back to a regular display. The next few years of high resolution displays can't come fast enough now.90
By HEXUS.net on July 22, 2013
Offering jaw-dropping resolution in a tidy, well-built package, the Asus PQ321Q is a harbinger of screens to come.85
By HEXUS.net on July 22, 2013
Our foray into the world of 4K consumer monitors begins with the Asus PQ321Q. Based on an also-available design from Sharp and featuring the same IGZO panel, the 31.5in screen runs at a native 3,840x2,160 resolution - or 4x1080p - at 60Hz. Solid build...-
By PCPer on July 19, 2013
My Windows experience was great, my gaming experience was even better and I can't say enough how impressed and surprised I was by the effect a move to a 60 Hz 4K panel had on me coming from the 30 Hz SEIKI TVs. Though there is work to be done by all parties, I don't think you'll find a better overall display for your PC than the PQ321Q today.90
By OBReviews on July 07, 2013
Slim Profile with Ergonomic Design, the thinnest 4K monitor available, the ASUS PQ321Q True 4K UHD monitor measure only 35mm at its thickest point, showcasing a modern design fit for anywhere in the home or office.80