|Screen Size||23.6 inches|
|Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840X2160 pixels|
ASUS MG24UQ 4K/UHD 23.6-Inch FreeSync Gaming Monitor
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- 23.6" 4K/UHD delivers superior resolution for maximum visual quality and immersion.
- ASUS Eye care technology with TUV certified Flicker free and Blue Light Filter for less Eye fatigue; Ergonomically-designed stand with Tilt,Swivel,Pivot,Height adjustment plus wall-mount capability for comfortable viewing position
- IPS Panel and Adaptive-Sync technology ensure life-like color and smooth, responsive gaming.
- 5-Way OSD Joystick delivers the most intuitive control scheme for a monitor, so you can access features such as ASUS GamePlus on-the-fly. Inputs of DisplayPort1.2, HDMI2.0 and HDMI1.4*2.
- ASUS Rapid Replacement 3 years warranty service with free cross shipping is included, so you can game on, worry-free.
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Gaming at Your Command
The ASUS MG24UQ gaming monitor is built for victory in the gaming arena. The MG24UQ delivers stunning, seamless visuals thanks to its 23.6 inch 4K/UHD IPS panel featuring AMD FreeSync adaptive-sync technology and gamer-centric features like ASUS GamePlus and GameVisual to take your gaming experience to a whole new level.
Features at a Glance
- 23.6" 4K (3840 x 2160) display
- IPS panel for wide 178-degree viewing angles and 100% sRGB
- 4K @ 60Hz content playback via DisplayPort 1.2 & HDMI 2.0
- ASUS Ultra-Low Blue Light, Flicker-Free, GamePlus, & GameVisual technologies
- Adaptive-Sync technology for seamless gameplay
Ready for the Next Generation of Gaming
With its 23.6-inch 4K UHD display, ASUS MG24UQ gives you stunning 3840 x 2160 resolution visuals with wide 178-degree viewing angle and pixel density of 157PPI for incredible photo-realistic visuals and sharp, crisp text. The MG24UQ gives you four times the pixels of similarly-sized Full HD 1080p displays so you get more detailed images when playing games or watching movies, as well as more onscreen desktop space for your various work windows. MG24UQ draws you into immersive virtual worlds, with greatly-textured elements and terrain maps that boast impressive levels of detail.
When the game gets intense, sometimes you’ll see distracting screen tearing and choppy frame rates. AMD FreeSync adaptive-sync technology allows your AMD GPU to work together with the MG24UQ to eliminate these so you can focus on winning.
Whether you're playing games or streaming videos, ASUS MG24UQ gives you smooth 4K UHD content playback, thanks to a 60Hz refresh rate and native 4K UHD support via DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.0.
Tactical Assistance on Your Command
ASUS exclusive GamePlus technology is ready to help you attain victory. Simply press the hotkey and select from the following enhancements:
Crosshair: Choose from 4 different crosshair overlays and adjust them to best fit your playstyle. Or simply use it to no-scope like the pros.
Timer: Whether for MMO raid bosses or timing the pizza guy, an on screen timer can be customized for almost any usage you want.
FPS Counter: Show off your framerates with a built in FPS counter.
Time On Target: Extended
ASUS Ultra-Low Blue Light technology and Flicker-Free technology work to reduce the amount of eyestrain produced by blue light and traditional backlight flicker in order to provide a more comfortable gaming experience during intense, marathon sessions.
Multi-monitor or single monitor, ergonomics round out your battlestation. Featuring tild, swivel, pivot, and height adjustments, fit the MG24UQ into any setup and tune to maximize comfort.
What's in the Box?
MG24UQ, Power cord, DisplayPort cable, Quick start guide, HDMI cable, Support CD, Warranty Card
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The MG24UQ brings clarity and immersion to your game with 4K UHD resolution on a 23.6" screen. Combine this with the lifelike colors of an IPS panel and the silky smooth graphics of Variable Refresh Rate technology; you'll forget why you ever needed anti-aliasing in your games. Monitor can accept up to 3840x2160@60Hz on Displayport 1.2; 3840x2160@60Hz on HDMI 2.0; 3840x2160@30Hz on HDMI 1.4. Advise to check Macbook Pro Thunderbolt/HDMI output resolution.
Top customer reviews
Monitor 1 - 07/29/15:
The first monitor had an odd black smudge roughly 4x4 pixels in size. I've never seen this style of defect in a monitor before so I can't say for sure what the cause is but it looks like there may have been some grease smeared inside the panel during manufacturing. I've taken a picture of the issue and attached it to this review. It's somewhat difficult to see at this scale but if you take a step back and look at it from a distance you can see the smudge. You can also see lit partial-pixels under and around it which shows that the actual pixels are functioning correctly.
Monitor 2 - 07/30/15:
Failed back light segment. I've attached a picture to show what this one looked like.
Monitor 3 - 08/01/15:
Over 8 black smudges ranging from roughly 2x2 to 4x5 pixels in size. These covered the center and entire right side of the screen.
Monitor 4 - 08/05/15:
Two black smudges both 2x2 in size. If one of them wasn't right off of center I would have considered keeping this one as the second smudge was in the very upper left corner and not totally obvious.
Monitor 5 - 08/08/15:
The first screen with an actual dead pixel in the lower right. There are still multiples smudges elsewhere on the panel: 3 in the lower left about 2x2 in size and one in the upper right also 2x2 in size.
Monitor 6 - 08/13/15:
More smudged areas. No actual black areas on this panel, but there are noticeable gray smudges in all four corners.
Monitor 7 - 08/17/15:
More dead/smudged areas. Some of these look like standard dead pixels while others look more like panel contamination. I've attached a new picture of one of the darker areas. While none of them are in the center of the screen there is one in the upper left, two in the bottom left, and one in the lower right. The date on this monitor is May 2015. I had been forgetting to grab that info for the prior panels but I'll try to note it on future ones until I get one that doesn't have any glaring problems.
Monitor 8 - 08/20/15:
Panel date May 2015. No smudges! One dead blue subpixel near the center bottom which I was willing to live with until I tried to do color calibration. No matter what I did I would constantly get extremely different settings when I probed the corners of the monitor. Dimming the lights in the room and displaying a black image showed a serious yellow discoloration in the lower right corner. This doesn't look like normal IPS glow; I've attached a picture of this one next to one of my older NEC's and while it has more overall glow it's at least uniform. Maybe #9 will be a winner?
Monitor 9 - 08/22/15:
Panel date Apr 2015. Nope. Multiple smudges right in the center of the screen. I stopped counting at 7 but they're everywhere on this one. Most 2x2 to 4x4 pixels in size, although there are some random 'dust' spots that are blocking one subpixel in places as well. Amusingly this box had a 'QC Passed' sticker where the ASUS tape normally is.
Monitor 10 - 09/06/15:
Panel date May 2015. Large grease blob 3x4 pixels in size left of center. Three smaller grease blobs 2x2 in size along the left side of the screen. Couple of other 'dust' spots scattered randomly on the screen. Back-light bleed on this one seems to be as bad as #8.
Monitor 11 - 09/23/15:
Panel date May 2015. Dead pixel blob 2x4 in size slightly below center plus a smaller 2x2 blob two inches below the first.
As far as the parts of the monitors that ARE working go: back light bleed seems to be similar or less than my other NEC IPS monitors (except for monitor #8) and color reproduction looks good. Screen brightness appears to be fairly even. Even with these issues I think these will eventually be solid monitors once the panel problems get cleared up.
In lower resolutions, it's fine too. But, different aspect ratios, as you would expect. With multiple monitors, it's good to go to 1080p, where I can have the same font sizes, etc.
Easy to install and understand how to use. But, lots of controls to get exactly what you want, if you want to mess with it that much. There is a piece of software, which you can use to do the settings instead of fiddling with the buttons: This turns out to be convenient.
Comes too bright, but easy to tone that down.
It has a USB 3.0 hub, but with only two ports. Almost useless, as it only add essentially one USB port to your system and it goes through yet another hub. They should have had at least four ports to make it useful or leave it off and make the monitor cheaper.
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