www.xxxxvido ASUS VP28UQG 28" 4K/UHD 3840x2160 1ms DP HDMI Adaptive Sync/FreeSync Eye Care Monitor Different color options
www.xxxxvido ASUS VP28UQG 28" 4K/UHD 3840x2160 1ms DP HDMI Adaptive Sync/FreeSync Eye Care Monitor Different color options
www.xxxxvido ASUS VP28UQG 28" 4K/UHD 3840x2160 1ms DP HDMI Adaptive Sync/FreeSync Eye Care Monitor Different color options
www.xxxxvido ASUS VP28UQG 28" 4K/UHD 3840x2160 1ms DP HDMI Adaptive Sync/FreeSync Eye Care Monitor Different color options
www.xxxxvido ASUS VP28UQG 28" 4K/UHD 3840x2160 1ms DP HDMI Adaptive Sync/FreeSync Eye Care Monitor Different color options

www.xxxxvido ASUS VP28UQG 28" 4K/UHD 3840x2160 1ms DP HDMI Adaptive Sync/FreeSync Eye Care Monitor Different color options

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      Compliance and Standards EAC logo, Energy Star, BSMI, www.xxxxvido CB, CCC, CE, CEL level 1, FCC, PSB, PSE, RoHS, www.xxxxvido TCO7.0, UL/cUL, VCCI, WEEE, WHQL (Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7), www.xxxxvido RCM, TUV Flicker www.xxxxvido free , TUV Low Blue Light5 Way OSD www.xxxxvido joystick delivers intuitive monitor controls so you can access features www.xxxxvido such www.xxxxvido as ASUS Game www.xxxxvido Plus on the www.xxxxvido fly. www.xxxxvido Digital signal frequency www.xxxxvido for display port www.xxxxvido is www.xxxxvido 120 www.xxxxvido to 120 KiloHertz horizontal, 40 www.xxxxvido to 60 Hertz vertical. Hdmi signal frequency is www.xxxxvido 24 to www.xxxxvido 99 KiloHertz horizontal, 40 to www.xxxxvido 60 Hertz verticalI recently purchased the ASUS VP32AQ monitor www.xxxxvido to www.xxxxvido complement my Microsoft www.xxxxvido Surface Laptop 4 www.xxxxvido with Surface www.xxxxvido Dock www.xxxxvido 2 port replicator. The Dock 2 has two www.xxxxvido USB-C ports www.xxxxvido that www.xxxxvido are display-enabled. www.xxxxvido Since the monitor has both www.xxxxvido a DisplayPort www.xxxxvido (DP) and www.xxxxvido an HDMI Port, I purchased two cables (and use one cable at a www.xxxxvido time):USB-C www.xxxxvido to DisplayPort www.xxxxvido (DP)USB-C to HDMI.* Cable Dependencies *In the photos below of the On Screen www.xxxxvido Display (OSD), note the default www.xxxxvido display settings www.xxxxvido that seem to be dependent on the type www.xxxxvido of cable used:(1) When the USB-C to www.xxxxvido DP cable is used, the display resolution and refresh rate are:2560 x www.xxxxvido 1440 @ 60Hz.(2) When the USB-C to HDMI cable is used, the display resolution www.xxxxvido and refresh www.xxxxvido rate are:3840 x 2160 www.xxxxvido @ www.xxxxvido 30Hz (per the www.xxxxvido OSD Menu). This www.xxxxvido resolution is www.xxxxvido doubtful as the specification for this monitor is www.xxxxvido only WQHD (2560 x www.xxxxvido 1440).Using the Windows 11 Settings www.xxxxvido Display options (I'm no expert www.xxxxvido in setting these options.), I've been able to configure the following:(1) With a DisplayPort (DP) cable, I can configure www.xxxxvido up to www.xxxxvido 2560 x 1440 www.xxxxvido @ www.xxxxvido 75Hz.(2) With an HDMI cable, I can configure up to 2560 x 1440 www.xxxxvido @ 60Hz.I recommend the DisplayPort (DP) cable www.xxxxvido because www.xxxxvido it provides the higher refresh rate www.xxxxvido (75Hz) at www.xxxxvido the maximum screen www.xxxxvido resolution (2560 x www.xxxxvido 1440). Perhaps the www.xxxxvido HDMI cable can www.xxxxvido also provide the same performance www.xxxxvido when www.xxxxvido the display settings are properly configured. Unfortunately, ASUS has www.xxxxvido not provided the www.xxxxvido documentation and support for novice users, such as me.* ASUS Tech Support & Documentation www.xxxxvido *I www.xxxxvido am subtracting one point for marginal www.xxxxvido documentation and tech www.xxxxvido support:(a) The www.xxxxvido VP32AQ quick start guide has no text to www.xxxxvido explain the few diagrams that it contains.(b) The www.xxxxvido downloadable User www.xxxxvido Guide for the VP32A Series www.xxxxvido monitors www.xxxxvido do not mention the reason for www.xxxxvido the differences in the display www.xxxxvido settings when different cables (DP www.xxxxvido or www.xxxxvido HDMI) www.xxxxvido are used.(c) The ASUS Chat Line seems to allow only www.xxxxvido a quanta www.xxxxvido of www.xxxxvido time to www.xxxxvido resolve an www.xxxxvido issue. www.xxxxvido At www.xxxxvido the end of that quanta of time, the representative www.xxxxvido will abruptly close the chat session.* Full Display Size *Earlier reviewers www.xxxxvido have noted a 1-inch to www.xxxxvido 2-inch black "border" around the screen that reduces the display size. I'm happy to report that once I stumbled onto the www.xxxxvido Windows www.xxxxvido 2560 x 1440 display configuration option, this has not www.xxxxvido been an issue.Look at the photo of the www.xxxxvido recording artist (Kina Grannis) on the VP32AQ www.xxxxvido below. Content is displayed right up to www.xxxxvido the edge of the screen!Note: This review is for the ASUS www.xxxxvido 31.5 4K VP32UQ IPS display. Amazon www.xxxxvido is lumping several displays together www.xxxxvido here in the reviews, although you can filter for the display you're www.xxxxvido after.First off, this monitor is www.xxxxvido BIG. For me, www.xxxxvido it's probably near the www.xxxxvido upper limit www.xxxxvido of what a www.xxxxvido computer monitor www.xxxxvido can be without being uncomfortably large. I'd recommend checking out 24", 27", and www.xxxxvido 32" monitors at www.xxxxvido a local store. For me, the www.xxxxvido left and right parts www.xxxxvido of the display are partially www.xxxxvido in my peripheral vision. I chose this size because I wanted additional height for programming, so the extra width isn't as www.xxxxvido important to www.xxxxvido me. www.xxxxvido I could push www.xxxxvido the monitor farther back on the desk, but then the high pixel www.xxxxvido density would be wasted.There is no manual or software www.xxxxvido included, just a quick reference on how to install the stand to the monitor. The stand isn't www.xxxxvido super www.xxxxvido solid, www.xxxxvido but I've seen worse. The stand is decently heavy and you bolt it into www.xxxxvido the www.xxxxvido bottom www.xxxxvido of www.xxxxvido the monitor (no www.xxxxvido tools required, although I snugged it www.xxxxvido with a #1 Phillips). The www.xxxxvido dimensions www.xxxxvido of the www.xxxxvido base are approx 12 1/8" wide www.xxxxvido by 7 7/8" deep. The bottom of the LCD is about 3 1/4" from the desk, and the top www.xxxxvido of www.xxxxvido the LCD is 20 www.xxxxvido 5/8" from www.xxxxvido the desk (for www.xxxxvido the bezel, etc www.xxxxvido see the official specs). www.xxxxvido I have the monitor sitting on a power center to raise the image a little.Measuring the temp www.xxxxvido with an infrared thermometer, it's www.xxxxvido about www.xxxxvido 14 F warmer than the www.xxxxvido desk (98 www.xxxxvido F vs 84 F). I measured just above the heat vent on the www.xxxxvido top rear www.xxxxvido of the monitor.To change display settings, you must reach under the www.xxxxvido bottom right side of the monitor, and use a tiny joystick. www.xxxxvido I was www.xxxxvido doing a lot www.xxxxvido of tinkering, and for me, the default 30 second www.xxxxvido timeout www.xxxxvido was too aggressive, but www.xxxxvido fortunately it www.xxxxvido can be increased www.xxxxvido up to a www.xxxxvido more leisurely 120 seconds.There are no dead www.xxxxvido or stuck pixels that I can see, www.xxxxvido including under magnification. I www.xxxxvido ran through www.xxxxvido the white/black/red/green/blue test several times. I couldn't bear to do the www.xxxxvido test at all with the factory settings, www.xxxxvido even at a lower brightness. The www.xxxxvido colors are extremely oversaturated www.xxxxvido out www.xxxxvido of the box. However, as a quick fix, www.xxxxvido setting color temperature www.xxxxvido to "Cool" www.xxxxvido helped enough so my eyes weren't watering (I'm www.xxxxvido not exaggerating, it was really bad).I'm coming www.xxxxvido from www.xxxxvido an old 24" factory calibrated ASUS ProArt (gamma 2.2, www.xxxxvido 6500K, florescent backlight). www.xxxxvido I www.xxxxvido assumed www.xxxxvido that getting another IPS display meant www.xxxxvido pretty decent color out of the box, www.xxxxvido even if not perfect. www.xxxxvido I was mistaken in that assumption. www.xxxxvido As mentioned, with the factory www.xxxxvido settings, the colors www.xxxxvido were horrendous. www.xxxxvido After www.xxxxvido a lot of www.xxxxvido experimentation side-by-side with the www.xxxxvido old monitor, www.xxxxvido I came up www.xxxxvido with some settings that looked a www.xxxxvido lot better, and at least the colors aren't as garish now, but they are still far from perfect. Skin tones are not www.xxxxvido as brown as they should be, and colors like www.xxxxvido salmon show up as pink right www.xxxxvido now. Ultimately, I'm going to www.xxxxvido need to purchase a colorimeter to fix it properly. In case it'll help someone else, here are my www.xxxxvido current settings www.xxxxvido in Standard Mode. I plan to update my review once I've www.xxxxvido been able to calibrate www.xxxxvido the monitor better:Brightness: 45. This is www.xxxxvido probably dimmer than most would like, but it is more comfortable for my www.xxxxvido eyes. This monitor is extremely bright.Contrast: 80 (default). Note: 100 results in crushed www.xxxxvido whites, and www.xxxxvido 80 was also the www.xxxxvido correct setting on the PA248.Color Temp: User Mode. www.xxxxvido R: 78, G: 70, B: 100.There www.xxxxvido are no settings for gamut, but whatever it is, it's www.xxxxvido definitely not 2.2 by default. www.xxxxvido Not all settings are available in all www.xxxxvido modes. For example, if you www.xxxxvido set it to www.xxxxvido sRGB www.xxxxvido you can't www.xxxxvido change www.xxxxvido anything, even brightness. Scenery Mode www.xxxxvido provides additional options like www.xxxxvido Saturation www.xxxxvido and Skin Tone, but www.xxxxvido I've only done www.xxxxvido preliminary investigations www.xxxxvido into those. www.xxxxvido They could possibly help, but these www.xxxxvido processing www.xxxxvido modes www.xxxxvido typically increase latency as well.There is significant backlight bleed. The www.xxxxvido attached photo www.xxxxvido is taken at www.xxxxvido 100% brightness, but www.xxxxvido even at 0% www.xxxxvido brightness, it's still there, www.xxxxvido just not as www.xxxxvido bright of www.xxxxvido course. It doesn't www.xxxxvido really bother me and www.xxxxvido I don't www.xxxxvido notice it in normal usage, but it is www.xxxxvido there. www.xxxxvido I don't believe www.xxxxvido I've www.xxxxvido ever had www.xxxxvido a display without www.xxxxvido backlight bleed, so maybe it's just become the norm for www.xxxxvido me.Additionally, www.xxxxvido there is www.xxxxvido a very slight www.xxxxvido dimming at the edges www.xxxxvido of the screen (say around www.xxxxvido 1/2 www.xxxxvido inch in from each side). It becomes more or less www.xxxxvido noticeable depending on whether www.xxxxvido I www.xxxxvido look www.xxxxvido at the screen straight on or www.xxxxvido from an angle. At www.xxxxvido any angle it's not super noticeable, www.xxxxvido but for www.xxxxvido whatever reason it www.xxxxvido does catch my www.xxxxvido eye www.xxxxvido from time to time. I www.xxxxvido suspect www.xxxxvido that I'll eventually get used www.xxxxvido to it and won't notice www.xxxxvido it anymore.One last thing: Forget about the www.xxxxvido 10-bit color. When www.xxxxvido I was looking into how to activate www.xxxxvido it, I discovered it's just www.xxxxvido not ready for www.xxxxvido general usage. You can www.xxxxvido only use it in www.xxxxvido certain programs, and it causes other programs to fail or www.xxxxvido have a corrupted display. www.xxxxvido It'd be better to think of it as 10-bit ready, for when www.xxxxvido operating systems finally www.xxxxvido support it properly.While this display www.xxxxvido isn't www.xxxxvido yet delivering the color quality I'd hoped for, www.xxxxvido I think it's www.xxxxvido good enough to keep and the www.xxxxvido price www.xxxxvido was www.xxxxvido good for an IPS. www.xxxxvido I hope www.xxxxvido I'll be able to improve the image with calibration.Exclusive Game Plus and www.xxxxvido Game Visual www.xxxxvido settings enhance color performance and www.xxxxvido control. ASUS Rapid Replacement 3 years warranty service. Tilt : -5 degree Plus-20 degree. Brightness(Max) : www.xxxxvido 300 www.xxxxvido cd28 inches 4K/UHD (3840 x www.xxxxvido 2160) www.xxxxvido with 1ms response time and Adaptive www.xxxxvido Sync/AMD Free Sync for immersive, crisp visuals featuring Display www.xxxxvido Port and dual www.xxxxvido HDMI connectivity; Viewing www.xxxxvido Angle (CRR10) : 170(H)/160(V). www.xxxxvido HDCP : YesASUS www.xxxxvido Eye Care technology lowers www.xxxxvido blue www.xxxxvido light and eliminates flickering to reduce www.xxxxvido eyestrain and ailments. www.xxxxvido Display colors is 1073.7 M 10 bit and maximum contrast ratio is 1000 : 1. It can allow a Adaptive www.xxxxvido Sync/Free www.xxxxvido Sync supported graphics source to www.xxxxvido dynamically adjust display refresh rate www.xxxxvido based on typical content frame rates for www.xxxxvido power efficient, virtually stutter www.xxxxvido free and low latency display update
      ASUS VP28UQG 28" 4K/UHD 3840x2160 1ms DP HDMI Adaptive Sync/FreeSync Eye Care Monitor28 inches 4K/UHD (3840 x 2160) with www.xxxxvido 1ms response time and www.xxxxvido Adaptive www.xxxxvido Sync/AMD Free Sync for immersive, crisp visuals featuring Display Port www.xxxxvido and www.xxxxvido dual HDMI connectivity; Viewing Angle www.xxxxvido (CRR10) : 170(H)/160(V). HDCP : YesASUS www.xxxxvido Eye Care technology lowers blue light and www.xxxxvido eliminates www.xxxxvido flickering to reduce eyestrain www.xxxxvido and www.xxxxvido ailments. Display www.xxxxvido colors www.xxxxvido is www.xxxxvido 1073.7 M 10 bit and maximum contrast ratio is 1000 : 1. It can allow a Adaptive Sync/Free Sync supported graphics www.xxxxvido source to dynamically www.xxxxvido adjust www.xxxxvido display refresh rate based on typical content frame rates www.xxxxvido for www.xxxxvido power efficient, virtually stutter free and low www.xxxxvido latency www.xxxxvido display update5 Way OSD joystick delivers intuitive monitor www.xxxxvido controls so you can access www.xxxxvido features such as ASUS Game Plus on the fly. Digital signal frequency for display port is 120 to 120 KiloHertz www.xxxxvido horizontal, 40 to 60 Hertz vertical. Hdmi signal frequency is www.xxxxvido 24 to 99 KiloHertz horizontal, 40 to 60 Hertz verticalCompliance and Standards EAC www.xxxxvido logo, Energy Star, BSMI, CB, CCC, CE, CEL www.xxxxvido level www.xxxxvido 1, www.xxxxvido FCC, PSB, PSE, RoHS, www.xxxxvido TCO7.0, UL/cUL, VCCI, WEEE, www.xxxxvido WHQL www.xxxxvido (Windows www.xxxxvido 10, www.xxxxvido Windows 8, Windows 7), www.xxxxvido RCM, TUV www.xxxxvido Flicker free www.xxxxvido , www.xxxxvido TUV Low Blue LightExclusive Game www.xxxxvido Plus and Game Visual settings enhance color www.xxxxvido performance and control. ASUS www.xxxxvido Rapid www.xxxxvido Replacement 3 years warranty service. Tilt www.xxxxvido : -5 degree Plus-20 www.xxxxvido degree. Brightness(Max) : 300 cd

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      1: I recently purchased the ASUS VP32AQ monitor to complement my Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 with Surface Dock 2 port replicator. The Dock 2 has two USB-C ports that are display-enabled. Since the monitor has both a DisplayPort (DP) and an HDMI Port, I purchased two cables (and use one cable at a time):USB-C to DisplayPort (DP)USB-C to HDMI.* Cable Dependencies *In the photos below of the On Screen Display (OSD), note the default display settings that seem to be dependent on the type of cable used:(1) When the USB-C to DP cable is used, the display resolution and refresh rate are:2560 x 1440 @ 60Hz.(2) When the USB-C to HDMI cable is used, the display resolution and refresh rate are:3840 x 2160 @ 30Hz (per the OSD Menu). This resolution is doubtful as the specification for this monitor is only WQHD (2560 x 1440).Using the Windows 11 Settings Display options (I'm no expert in setting these options.), I've been able to configure the following:(1) With a DisplayPort (DP) cable, I can configure up to 2560 x 1440 @ 75Hz.(2) With an HDMI cable, I can configure up to 2560 x 1440 @ 60Hz.I recommend the DisplayPort (DP) cable because it provides the higher refresh rate (75Hz) at the maximum screen resolution (2560 x 1440). Perhaps the HDMI cable can also provide the same performance when the display settings are properly configured. Unfortunately, ASUS has not provided the documentation and support for novice users, such as me.* ASUS Tech Support & Documentation *I am subtracting one point for marginal documentation and tech support:(a) The VP32AQ quick start guide has no text to explain the few diagrams that it contains.(b) The downloadable User Guide for the VP32A Series monitors do not mention the reason for the differences in the display settings when different cables (DP or HDMI) are used.(c) The ASUS Chat Line seems to allow only a quanta of time to resolve an issue. At the end of that quanta of time, the representative will abruptly close the chat session.* Full Display Size *Earlier reviewers have noted a 1-inch to 2-inch black "border" around the screen that reduces the display size. I'm happy to report that once I stumbled onto the Windows 2560 x 1440 display configuration option, this has not been an issue.Look at the photo of the recording artist (Kina Grannis) on the VP32AQ below. Content is displayed right up to the edge of the screen!
      2: Note: This review is for the ASUS 31.5 4K VP32UQ IPS display. Amazon is lumping several displays together here in the reviews, although you can filter for the display you're after.First off, this monitor is BIG. For me, it's probably near the upper limit of what a computer monitor can be without being uncomfortably large. I'd recommend checking out 24", 27", and 32" monitors at a local store. For me, the left and right parts of the display are partially in my peripheral vision. I chose this size because I wanted additional height for programming, so the extra width isn't as important to me. I could push the monitor farther back on the desk, but then the high pixel density would be wasted.There is no manual or software included, just a quick reference on how to install the stand to the monitor. The stand isn't super solid, but I've seen worse. The stand is decently heavy and you bolt it into the bottom of the monitor (no tools required, although I snugged it with a #1 Phillips). The dimensions of the base are approx 12 1/8" wide by 7 7/8" deep. The bottom of the LCD is about 3 1/4" from the desk, and the top of the LCD is 20 5/8" from the desk (for the bezel, etc see the official specs). I have the monitor sitting on a power center to raise the image a little.Measuring the temp with an infrared thermometer, it's about 14 F warmer than the desk (98 F vs 84 F). I measured just above the heat vent on the top rear of the monitor.To change display settings, you must reach under the bottom right side of the monitor, and use a tiny joystick. I was doing a lot of tinkering, and for me, the default 30 second timeout was too aggressive, but fortunately it can be increased up to a more leisurely 120 seconds.There are no dead or stuck pixels that I can see, including under magnification. I ran through the white/black/red/green/blue test several times. I couldn't bear to do the test at all with the factory settings, even at a lower brightness. The colors are extremely oversaturated out of the box. However, as a quick fix, setting color temperature to "Cool" helped enough so my eyes weren't watering (I'm not exaggerating, it was really bad).I'm coming from an old 24" factory calibrated ASUS ProArt (gamma 2.2, 6500K, florescent backlight). I assumed that getting another IPS display meant pretty decent color out of the box, even if not perfect. I was mistaken in that assumption. As mentioned, with the factory settings, the colors were horrendous. After a lot of experimentation side-by-side with the old monitor, I came up with some settings that looked a lot better, and at least the colors aren't as garish now, but they are still far from perfect. Skin tones are not as brown as they should be, and colors like salmon show up as pink right now. Ultimately, I'm going to need to purchase a colorimeter to fix it properly. In case it'll help someone else, here are my current settings in Standard Mode. I plan to update my review once I've been able to calibrate the monitor better:Brightness: 45. This is probably dimmer than most would like, but it is more comfortable for my eyes. This monitor is extremely bright.Contrast: 80 (default). Note: 100 results in crushed whites, and 80 was also the correct setting on the PA248.Color Temp: User Mode. R: 78, G: 70, B: 100.There are no settings for gamut, but whatever it is, it's definitely not 2.2 by default. Not all settings are available in all modes. For example, if you set it to sRGB you can't change anything, even brightness. Scenery Mode provides additional options like Saturation and Skin Tone, but I've only done preliminary investigations into those. They could possibly help, but these processing modes typically increase latency as well.There is significant backlight bleed. The attached photo is taken at 100% brightness, but even at 0% brightness, it's still there, just not as bright of course. It doesn't really bother me and I don't notice it in normal usage, but it is there. I don't believe I've ever had a display without backlight bleed, so maybe it's just become the norm for me.Additionally, there is a very slight dimming at the edges of the screen (say around 1/2 inch in from each side). It becomes more or less noticeable depending on whether I look at the screen straight on or from an angle. At any angle it's not super noticeable, but for whatever reason it does catch my eye from time to time. I suspect that I'll eventually get used to it and won't notice it anymore.One last thing: Forget about the 10-bit color. When I was looking into how to activate it, I discovered it's just not ready for general usage. You can only use it in certain programs, and it causes other programs to fail or have a corrupted display. It'd be better to think of it as 10-bit ready, for when operating systems finally support it properly.While this display isn't yet delivering the color quality I'd hoped for, I think it's good enough to keep and the price was good for an IPS. I hope I'll be able to improve the image with calibration.

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Bob
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This is a beautiful stuff.
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Bob
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