Excerpt: ASUS has a number of monitors specifically geared towards photo and video editing, but none with a resolution in excess of Full HD. The PB278Q has exactly that, with a resolution of 2560x1440 pixels on a 27-inch display.
Excerpt: The Asus PB278Q 27-inch HD monitor utilizes the relatively new PLS panel technology which results in excellent color quality and wide viewing angles. While it is quite pricy and has no automatic pivot function, it's still a decent monitor that provides a good quality image.
Pros: Many video inputs, Wide viewing angles, Very good image quality
Conclusion: The Asus PB278Q is a well equipped 27-inch monitor based on Plane to Line Switching (PLS) panel technology. You?ll pay more for this technology but receive awesome performance and a rich feature set in return.
Pros: Great color quality. Lots of video ports. Ergonomic stand. Wide viewing angles.
Cons: A bit pricey. No auto-pivot function. No USB ports.
Excerpt: The PB278Q is a 27in IPS monitor with a large 2,560x1,440 resolution, and is very similar in specification to Viewsonic's VP2770-LED. It's another highly-adjustable screen with excellent picture quality, and is ideal for working on multiple documents or with complicated applications such as video...
ASUS PB278Q monitor: Because Full HD is just too mainstream!
7 February 2013
Excerpt: There are very few monitor companies here that sell panels that go beyond full HD resolution. Considering we are already starting to see 4K monitors abroad, it is high time the 2560×1440 pixel resolution started getting more love in this part of the world.
Conclusion: In many ways the PB278Q is a perfectly capable monitor with a ton of potential should someone be willing to properly calibrate it. The effort has been made to provide enthusiasts with a drool worthy blend of performance, resolution and size but ultimately ASUS’ latest effort represents a somewhat...
Conclusion: The Asus PB278Q was a very good screen to use. One of it's key selling points is of course the large 27" screen size and 2560 x 1440 resolution which is certainly very nice to have for many uses.
Pros: Great range of connections and stand adjustments (including all cables provided), Very good pixel response times, Very good contrast ratio, the best we've seen from a PLS panel so far
Cons: Useless dynamic contrast ratio in practice, PWM used for backlight dimming, Not great default setup, and no sRGB emulation