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Cheapest ASUS PB279Q Price in Singapore is S$ 1,258.00

The ASUS PB279Q is now available in Singapore. The cheapest ASUS PB279Q price in Singapore is S$ 1,258.00 from Lazada. ASUS PB279Q price details are updated July 2020.

ASUS PB279Q Price Guide

Price List by Country for ASUS PB279Q

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 12.800.000 S$ 1,230.00
Singapore SGD 1,258.00 S$ 1,258.00

ASUS PB279Q Specs

Display
Screen Size 27"
Display Resolution 3840 x 2160pixels
Panel Type IPS
Shape Straight
Response Time 5ms
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Refresh Rate 60Hz
Brightness 300cd/m²
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 100000000:1
Static Contrast Ratio 1000:1
View Angle Horizontal 178°
View Angle Vertical 178°
Pixel Pitch 0.15mm
Connectivity
HDMI 1
DisplayPort 1
DVI No
VGA No
USB 3.0 No
USB 2.0 No
Design
Dimension Without Stand (W x H x D) 624.9 x 368.2 x 58.8mm
Colour Black
Dimension With Stand (W x H x D) 624.9 x 407.7 x 220mm
Weight 7.7kg
Features
3D Support No
Intergrated Speaker Yes
Tilt Function Yes
Headphone Output Yes
Touchscreen No
Compatibility No
Height Adjustable Yes
Pivotable Yes
Swivel Function Yes

Reviews of ASUS PB279Q

4k.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-21
Superb color range, Excellent brightness, 10-bit color, 4 HDMI ports, Great design, Range of display enhancing software features
No USB ports, No HDMI 2.0, Weak speakers, Not a truly professional monitor
The prices of 4K monitors are dropping while their overall quality keeps increasing. New specs are slowly being added and existing specs are being enhanced all the time as these new types of monitors become hotter seller.With this in mind, we're taking a...
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pcmonitors.info
Reviewed on 2015-01-27
Good factory setup with just a few tweaks required to yield a pleasing image with excellent shade variety and a vivid, accurate look, Strong static contrast for a panel of this type and a very light matte screen surface to help bring a bit of ‘pop' to the...
Some colour channel re-balancing was required. The sRGB colour gamut supported falls way short of the ‘Rec. 2020' standard proposed for UHD – as do all current displays, There was ‘AHVA glow', as expected. And despite the very light matte screen surface t...
The first generation of IPS-type (IGZO) 4K monitors were expensive things with sub-standard contrast and responsiveness. They also managed to skip out the ~27” size, leaving that to the 28” TN (Twisted Nematic) displays with their inferior colour consiste...
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