ASUS MG28UQ price, specs, review 價錢、規格及用家意見

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Release Date in Hong Kong
DateJan 2016
Display diagonal71.1 cm (28")
Display resolution3840 x 2160 pixels
Native aspect ratio16:9
Panel typeIPS
Display brightness (typical)330 cd/m²
Response time1 ms
HD type4K Ultra HD
Display technologyLED
Screen shapeFlat
Supported graphics resolutions3840 x 2160
Viewing angle, horizontal170°
Viewing angle, vertical160°
Display number of colours1.073 billion colors
Aspect ratio16:9
Contrast ratio (dynamic)100000000:1
Pixel pitch0.16 x 0.16 mm
Digital horizontal frequency87 - 134 kHz
Digital vertical frequency40 - 60 Hz
Display sRGBYes
Ports & interfaces
Built-in USB hubYes
DVI portNo
DisplayPorts quantity1
USB hub version3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1)
USB upstream port typeUSB Type-B
Number of upstream ports1
HDMI ports quantity3
Headphone outputs1
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Width660.3 mm
Depth67 mm
Height380.7 mm
Weight8 kg
Width (with stand)660.3 mm
Depth (with stand)233.4 mm
Height (with stand)566 mm
Power consumption (typical)62.9 W
Power consumption (off)0.5 W
Power consumption (PowerSave)0.5 W
VESA mountingYes
Cable lock slotYes
Height adjustmentYes
Panel mounting interface100 x 100 mm
Cable lock slot typeKensington
Height adjustment15 cm
Pivot angle0 - 90°
Swivel angle range-60 - 60°
Tilt adjustmentYes
Tilt angle range-5 - 20°
On Screen Display (OSD)Yes
Market positioningGaming
Product colourBlack
Energy Star certifiedYes
CertificationEnergy Star, BSMI, CB, CCC, CE, C-Tick, ErP, FCC, J-MOSS, KCC, PSB, PSE, RoHS, TCO6.0, UkrSEPRO, UL/cUL, VCCI, WEEE, WHQL (Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7), MEPS, TUV Flicker-free , TUV Low Blue Light, CU(EAC)
Built-in speaker(s)Yes
Built-in cameraYes
Number of speakers2
RMS rated power4 W

Reviews of ASUS MG28UQ
Reviewed on 2020-06-01
After playing our favorite games for dozens of hours on these monitors, we narrowed our list down to the top 3, with the ASUS PG278QR 27″ 4K gaming monitor coming out on top. This monitor sports a super quick response time, AMD FreeSync and tons of config...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-28
4K 1ms monitors are popular among gamers because they are less blurry than their more expensive counterparts that have IPS or VA panels. This preference is also supported by the fact that 4K monitors are still limited to 60Hz, so every blur-reducing capab...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-23
For most of the populace in the fifty states, going to Best Buy is the easiest way to check out these monitors personally. Sure, reviews are excellent tools when shopping online, but nothing beats a breezy road trip to browse and shop for gaming goodies...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-14
We already have a best of the best guide for gaming monitors, but our analysis indicates that there are six user favorites among the crowd. We exist to inform you about the latest gaming tech, but we know that most of today's gamers are already street-sm...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-05
It has never been a better time to buy a 4K gaming monitor. Pricing has been erratic for the past few months, but it is improving. 4K content including gaming is becoming even more popular with the advent of more powerful GPUs and CPUs, so the market mig...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-07
4K monitors have come a long way from their inception into the market, and their starting prices which cost more than an arm and leg of around $3000. These pioneering but overpriced products were mostly unsuitable for gaming purposes, and then t...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-10
FreeSync, Ultra HD resolution, Value, Solid build, Fullyadjustable stand, Internal power supply, Wellimplemented overdrive
Outofbox accuracy, Middling contrast
Asus MG-series has always represented a solid value alternative to its premium ROG products. Today we're looking at the MG28UQ, a 28-inch Ultra HD monitor with FreeSync. The road to affordable Ultra HD gaming has been a long one. Maybe we aren't there ye...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-05
The past few weeks I have been testing out the ASUS MG28UQ 4K display as the monitor on my main daily workstation. This ~$500 monitor has been working out well and also supports extra features like Adaptive-Sync once the open-source Linux graphics drivers...
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