If you really need a monitor that suits both PC and next-gen console gaming, the VG28UQL1A is for you.
El Asus TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A ofrece el mejor equilibrio entre precio y prestaciones con 4K @144 Hz con ELMB, FreeSync Premium, HDR 400 y panel Fast IPS.
Asus' latest TUF-branded 4K, 144Hz gaming panel has a fantastic feature set including HDMI 2.1 connectivity for cutting-edge console gaming. But it's not as cheap as we'd hoped for and has limited HDR capability.
It’s all good, then, this new Asus monitor? That’s an affirmative, mostly. But is it the ultimate in cross-platform gaming displays? Maybe, maybe not. The problem here, if there is one, is inherent to this kind of display. How, exactly, are you going to drive it at 4K and high refresh rates? Yes, the latest consoles support 4K at 120Hz. But how often a cutting-edge game is really going to render at 4K and anything like 120fps on a console is another matter.
I know I’m going to have difficulty sending this display back to ASUS, so that may be the best indication of quality anyone needs. Once you’ve dipped your toe into 4K 144Hz gaming, it feels like a downgrade to go back to 1080p, even if the refresh rate might be more snappy.
The Asus VG28UQL1A is a must-have gaming monitor if you have the latest PC specs and the PS5 or the Xbox Series X. The fast IPS panel offers great color performance out of the box so users won’t need to take drastic steps to calibrate it. It’s also quite fast when it comes to motion handling and input lag so you won’t have to sacrifice your competitive titles to enjoy high-end visuals.
A responsive and feature-rich ‘4K’ model with consistent and fairly vibrant colour output – performance at lower refresh rates affected by increased overshoot.