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With 300% more onscreen space than similar sized Full HD displays, the PB287Q gives you more space to spread out your various work windows for more productive multitasking. Capable of displaying 1.07 billion colours, the PB287Q delivers outstanding colour reproduction and saturation thanks to its high brightness and an Asus Smart Contrast Ratio (ACSR) of 100,000,000:1.
Real 10-bit colours means that the PB287Q provides smooth colour gradations for a more natural-looking transition between hues. The PB287Q also delivers an impressive 1ms fast response time and a 60Hz refresh rate for fluid and responsive visuals needed to experience today's games to their fullest.
The Asus PB287Q features extensive connectivity options that include DisplayPort 1.2 for true 4K UHD content support at refresh rates of up to 60Hz, HDMI, and a second HDMI port that supports MHL. You can also use the MHL with HDMI connection to view content from your mobile device on the PB287Q while simultaneously charging the mobile device.
Built-in Picture-in-Picture (PiP) and Picture-by-Picture (PbP) functionality let you view content from two different sources simultaneously, with the ability to switch video between sources easily. PiP mode places the second input source window in one corner of the display, while PbP mode splits the screen down the middle.
Did a lot of research before buying this, arrived promptly. Setting up was fiddly due to the backward/reverse button system. Initially defaults to DP 1. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Jason
Is good at 30Hz for 3480 * 2160, definitely okay, no flicker after the first couple of minutes, no long term irritations.
I can't get 60 hz @ 3480 * 2160 on my system. Read more
After gaming on this monitor for 6 hours straight, I went outside and deemed the real world wanting.Published 2 months ago by Manish P
Picture quality / compatiblity is good, only thing you will find is that scaling in windows is not consistent,
for example in Youtube everything scales properly except for... Read more
This is a bit of a strange one and a bit unfocused IMO.
Firstly, it needs massive horsepower to run games well in 4k, I have an Ivybridge Extreme and GTX780ti SLI and... Read more