Summary: The ASUS PB287Q True 4K (UHD) Monitor retails at RM2,499, it’s not a monitor that I would recommend for work purpose mainly due to the IPS panel. As a monitor for gaming, I think it doesn’t get any better than this.
Conclusion: We are very pleased with the new Ultra HD monitors. With the introduction of all these new models there is finally going to be some more choices in term of monitors. We also expect that WQHD models will start dropping in price soon, for example the ASUS PB278Q.
Conclusion: The burning question is of course whether or not you really need a 4k monitor. And truthfully, the answer is no. Trust me, the PB287Q is a phenomenal piece of kit with an insane resolution, but running anything at 4k is going to require a fair amount of GPU power, so in addition to investing in this...
Pros: + Gorgeous high-resolution display,
+ Incredibly quick refresh rate,
+ Makes 4k affordable to the average user
Cons: - Requires supremely powerful machine to render properly,
- OSD controls are awkward to reach
Summary: You've gathered by now that the PB287Q and monitors like it represent a new class of desktop display. If you're looking to upgrade or to build an all-new system, this monitor should definitely be on your radar.
Summary: Let's just start with the obvious. 4K is awesome for professionals. My raw 18-megapixel photos can almost be shown at 100 percent zoom on a 4K monitor, as opposed to a 1080p monitor that just shows a small portion (less than one-fourth).
Excerpt: The growth and adoption of 4K resolution panels (most commonly 3840x2160) has really been the biggest story of the past year or so in the world of PC gaming. After a couple of TVs that ran at 3840x2160 over HDMI at 30 Hz found there way into our offices, the first real 60 Hz 4K monitor that I got...