Asus PB328Q 32-inch AMVA QHD Monitor Review

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sburgess

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I would love if we could get some insider information about Asus' quality control issues. We can't all get press samples.
 

Xorak

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Good thing it doesn't have Freesync, or I'd be seriously tempted to pick this up and move my MG279Q to the secondary PC...
 

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Why VGA port on such a product ? At this point a monitor like this should have DP 1.3 and HDMI 2.0 only.. since these are the future from what it seems.

As a gamer and video editor i really want a monitor that can combine both worlds but for now it seems you have to choose, get high refresh rates but TN panels or good IPS / VA with low refresh rates.
 

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I'm still waiting for a UHD display with 120Hz/144Hz refresh rate, 10bit color (1.07b colors), 100% AdobeRGB coverage, 85%+ rec2020 coverage. Am I too unrealistic?
 

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Yeah, I'm waiting for that too. With G-Sync or FreeSync and the latest HDMI (2.0 ?) and DP (1.3 ?).



 

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I went from a 22 inch monitor to a 32 inch TV..........amazing improvement is overall enjoyment of PC, Gaming and all that. Later went from a TV to a 34 inch, 1440P monitor.............even better. Size matters, it improves the overall experience tremendously.
 

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Out of *6* PB328Qs I tried, ALL had multiple dead pixels. I'm not alone -- see Amazon reviews. Strongly recommend choosing the BenQ BL3200PT over this Asus. (It uses the same VA panel.)
 

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I got a 4K (3840x2160) "perfect pixel" AVMA 10=bit 4:4:4 chroma 39.5" from korea for $580 last July. I should note, the back-light on the edges are slightly off and the new versions of that monitor don't have that issue.
 

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I am making a plea : Can you PLEASE start reviewing the anti-glare coating on monitors. Many monitors still have an anti-glare coating that gives an annoying shimmering effect and gives the impression that you are looking through something when looking at objects on the monitor. On monitors that don't do that, objects on the display look like they can be touched directly.

You need to do this. Please. The stores around me don't have many monitors on display so I can't go look for myself what they look like prior to purchasing on the Internet. So I'm pretty much relying on online reviews to do this but no one ever mentions anything and anti-glare coatings.
 
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