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ASUS PG279Q prices in Singapore

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*Prices updated on 21 Jul 2017

ASUS PG279Q Price by Country

Indonesia IDR 13,400,000
Malaysia MYR 3,935
Philippines PHP 46,700
Singapore SGD 1,297
Thailand THB 28,900
Vietnam VND 22,000,000

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Reviewed on 2016-02-11
A recent trend in gaming monitors is their support for variable refresh rate technologies such as Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync. Displays with these features are able to reduce stutter and screen tearing in video games when used with a compatible graphi...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-10
A recent trend in gaming monitors is their support for variable refresh rate technologies such as Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync.Displays with these features are able to reduce stutter and screen tearing in video games when used with a compatible graphics...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-03
IPS panel, 144Hz refresh rate and can be overclock at 165Hz, Great color production, ULMB and G-Sync ready, Great aesthetic designPricey, USB hub is quite difficult to access
Back in the day, buying a monitor was easy. Just find a monitor with the resolution you want and if it fits your budget, there you go. Your new display. Nowadays it's getting difficult in searching for the ideal monitor for you since there are lots of new...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-23
Excellent image quality, IPS quality and fast refresh rate in one, Good build quality, Superb gaming experienceExpensive, Limited connectivity, Quality control issues
What is the Asus ROG Swift PG279Q? The Asus ROG Swift PG279Q is, on paper, the ideal 27-inch gaming monitor. It has an IPS panel, so overall image quality should be superb, plus it can refresh at up to 165Hz and includes G-Sync technology too. Unless you'...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-26
The ASUS ROG Swift range of monitors has delighted us in recent times, with a whole range of products from the super-wide, gorgeous and expensive PG378Q through 4K offerings and up to today's review of the PG279Q.As you might guess from the name this is a...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-30
Stable at 165Hz operation, G-SYNC support all the way up to 165Hz refresh rate, Ultra-wide 178-degree viewing angle, Super-low 4ms response time provides ghosting-free gaming, High-quality IPS panel, Great picture quality with excellent colour accuracy,...Pricing is relatively high for a 27-inch monitor, Backlight bleeding at some corners, USB 3.0 ports hardly accessible, ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q IPS 165Hz G-SYNC Gaming Monitor received Editor's Choice Award from OCDrift.com, Disclaimer: OCDrift.com gives ou...
For years ASUS's ROG Swift PG278Q has been one of gamers' favourite WQHD (2540×1440) monitors because of its huge numbers of gaming features. These include NVIDIA's G-SYNC technology, low response time, and blazing-fast 144Hz refresh rate. The only downsi...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-05
Amazing visuals, FeaturesNone
ASUS has been in the monitor space for quite some time now, and launching displays meant for hardcore gaming is something they're very familiar with as well. As gaming tech continues to grow, so does the company's desire to release the biggest and the bes...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-29
Middle of 2014 Asus brought out the first gaming WQHD monitor, the Republic of Gamers “Swift” PG278Q. And for quite some time it was all alone on the market because Asus exclusively had the panel technology. Since then the technology and the competition...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-10
The ASUS ROG SWIFT PG279Q gaming monitor is a top-of-the-line, enthusiast-grade gaming monitor.The most up-front feature is the world-first 165Hz refresh rate, compared with the standard 60Hz. However, this is only useful if your PC can run games at 165 F...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-22
Stable at 165Hz, G-Sync, Bright sharp picture, Saturated color, GamePlus, OSD joystick controller, Styling, Solid build qualitySignificant light output reduction in ULMB mode, Calibration required for best image quality, Expensive
We have the highly-anticipated ROG Swift PG279Q in the lab today. It's a 27-inch IPS-type panel with QHD resolution, G-Sync, ULMB and an unprecedented 165Hz max refresh rate.If you're more than a casual game-player then Asus' Republic of Gamers series of...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-22
Stable at 165Hz, GSync, Bright sharp picture, Saturated color, GamePlus, OSD joystick controller, Styling, Solid build qualitySignificant light output reduction in ULMB mode, Calibration required for best image quality, Expensive
Asus turns to AU Optronics for an AHVA panel in the 27-inch size running at QHD resolution. Native refresh is 144Hz but an overclock option is incorporated into the OSD that allows rates up to 16...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-18
Asus has a track record for making some killer monitors, and this really is no exception.SummaryKiller monitor...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-23
I think most gamers will remember when ASUS released their ROG Swift PG278Q, as it was the best gaming monitor (by far) at the time. It had a native resolution of 2560x1440 when most gaming monitors were still hitting the 1920x1080 ceiling - and a huge 14...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-06
Excellent design, Brilliant colors, Easy to use controlsLimited video inputs
Gaming monitors have steadily evolved from just being pricier displays. The Asus ROG Swift PG279Q is an example of a gaming monitor that takes your games to another level. Let's have a look.The PG279Q is a 27-inch gaming monitor that comes with a 2560 x 1...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-02
Attractive design, Highly adjustable stand, Intuitive controls, Spoton color accuracy, Insane 165Hz refresh rateLimited input options, Gamma is too dark, Expensive for 1440p resolution
A few years ago the idea of a gaming monitor had gone stale. The so-called “gaming” displays touted lower response times, but in truth the difference was usually impossible to notice. Frame synchronization technology – Nvidia's G-Sync and AMD's FreeSync –...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-29
High Refresh Rates, Great Looks, IPS Panel, G-SYNC Support, Multiple Inputs, Physical Buttons For OSD, Thin BezelPrice Premium, 165Hz G-SYNC Requires GTX 960 Or Better
Thanks to the emergence of NVIDIA's G-SYNC, AMD's FreeSync, i.e Adaptive Sync, 4K resolutions and various other display technologies, we've had the pleasure of evaluating a number of new monitors recently. One of our favorites from this past year was the...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-23
The PG278Q was easily the best G-Sync monitor on the market for quite a long time. It offered performance, features and quality that very few other monitors could match, and it did it all while including support for NVIDIA's G-Sync variable refresh rate t...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-23
Excellent gaming performance - G-sync, ULMB, fast response times, high refresh rate, no lag, Good default setup, All round performance from IPS panel surpasses TN Film gaming screensGlow on dark content is remaining issue of IPS panels, Overclocking refresh rate not much more than a gimmick, Still limited in connectivity and scaler support compared with FreeSync models
Very few displays reach the status of being legendary in the market, but the Asus ROG Swift PG278Q has been so popular since its release in July 2014 that it is simply known by many now as the "ROG Swift". It's still one of the best gaming screens on...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-20
Excellent for gaming, G-Sync technology works very well, Huge refresh rate spectrum, Looks the business, Excellent adjustmentsThe price
Asus has been attempting to create the ultimate gaming monitor for a while now. The ingredients are simple enough: gamers need a decent-sized screen equipped with a relatively high resolution. Add to this a high refresh rate, some form of framerate-matchi...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-05
GSync technology keeps gaming impeccably smooth, Design, Now with HDMI port, Great response times for an IPS displayIPS display isn't as responsive as a TN panel, Ultra Low Motion Blur doesn't work over 120 Hz, Expensive
In terms of design, the PG279Q inherits much from its predecessor, with a matte black plastic finish and a very slim screen bezel. The display has a matte finish too, which helps keep reflections and glare to a minimum. Like other Republic of Gamers (ROG)
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