Asus Announces G-Sync Enhanced VG248QE Monitor

Asus has announced that it will be integrating Nvidia's new G-Sync Technology into its next-generation of gaming monitors and revealed that the company has been working with Nvidia over the past year to bring the video synchronization technology to the market.

The first in Asus's new family of G-Sync Enhanced displays will be an updated version of the VG248QE, which featured a W-LED backlit 24-inch TN Panel with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, a 1 ms GTG response time and 144 Hz refresh rate.

"Asus strives to provide the best possible gaming experience by being at the forefront of technology and innovation. We are excited to be first to support and embrace Nvidia’s new G-Sync technology in upcoming Asus gaming monitors. Gamers are certain to be impressed with its incredible step-up in smoothness and visual quality." - Vincent Chou, Associate Vice President of Display Business Unit

The G-Sync Enhanced version of the Asus VG248QE is expected to arrive on store shelves in the first half of 2014 with a price of $399 in North America.

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  • DelightfulDucklings
    $400? Bit pricey for a 1080p monitor, I mean if G-sync works that well then maybe but definitely waiting for reviews before throwing money at something that may or may not work.
  • jimmysmitty
    Love my current Asus VS284H-P monitors but wish the GSync also worked with non-NVidia cards as it seems like a great idea.
  • mr grim
    It's not that bad for 1080p and 144 Hz refresh rate, I would love to use this monitor instead of using v-sync on my 60 Hz monitor, I will be waiting till I get my next GPU upgrade though, sadly my GTX580 doesn't support G-Sync, maybe by then the price will have come down a little.