ASUS introduced its new gaming monitors ASUS MG Series lineup called: MG248Q, and MG24UQ. All three feature GamePlus for in-game enhancements like, FPS counter and the crosshair overlay, GameVisual technology for 6 preset display modes catered to different game genres such as RTS/RPG (real-time strategy / role-playing game) and FPS (first-person shooter), while App Sync can be customized so games will activate a specific GameVisual mode automatically
MG24UQ is a 24 inches 4K UHD monitor with IPS technology for wide viewing angles, MG28UQ is a 28 inches 4K UHD monitor with a 1ms response time that is ideal for FPS (first-person-shooter) games and MG248Q is a 24-inch Full HD gaming monitor with an super fast 1ms response time and an incredible 144Hz refresh rate.
The MG24UQ and MG28UQ are 4K/Ultra HD displays with a 3840 x 2160e resolution. The MG28UQ has a pixel density of 157ppi (pixels per inch) and offers 1ms response time. For connectivity, you can also hook it up using DisplayPort 1.2 (one), HDMI 2.0 (one), or HDMI 1.4 (two ports) and also two quick-charge compatible USB 3.0 ports are available.
The MG24UQ is a compact version of the MG28Q, except this utilizes an IPS panel for wide angles (178°) as well as visuals with minimal distortion and color shift. The pixel density of 186ppi is more higher than the MG28UQ since this also has 4K resolution.
All three MG monitors have full tilt, pivot, swivel and height adjustment to help you get it exactly how you want it, and can be VESA wall-mounted for more desktop space.
ASUS MG24UQ and MG28UQ are available immediately worldwide while MG248Q will be available in April 2016.