Despite its large size though, it only comes with 1080p resolution, which results in a lower pixel density of 69.93 pixels per inch (we prefer around 110 ppi).
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Where the monitor excels is its refresh rate, which ranges as high as 165 Hz. Its FreeSync Premium Adaptive-Sync feature works down to 48 Hz for smooth playback. Response time is a low 1ms, and Asus also equipped the monitor with its ELMB (Extreme Low Motion Blur) tech for crisp images even at high refresh rates.
The VG328H1B uses a VA panel, a tech known for delivering high contrast; the VG328H1B fits the bill with a 3,000:1 contrast ratio. Meanwhile, its max brightness is 250 nits, and color reproduction is also quite respectable at 120% of the sRGB space and 90% of DCI-P3.
Connectivity remains simple with one HDMI 2.0 port, VGA, along with audio in and out. The stand is also simple, supporting tilt at 26 degrees backward or 5 degrees forward only. If you need more adjustments, however, you can always VESA-mount the display.
For office work, we would look elsewhere, but if big-screen gaming is what you’re after, this could be contender -- provided you don’t sit too close to it. No word on pricing or availability yet though, so stay tuned.