Good performance at a great price

The Asus PA248Q won't blow your mind with its performance, but with its $330 price, tons of useful OSD features, and plentiful ergonomic options, it may not have to. Read full review
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VESA-supported

The panel can be unscrewed from the foot stand and mounted on a wall. Read full review
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Swivel

Don't worry. It swivels to the right as well. Or is that left? Read full review
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Off the pivot...

Sorry. I'd already decided to disconnect the connections before I remembered to take a picture of the pivot feature. Read full review
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Tilt!

Yep. It tilts. Read full review
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Notches

Just in case precise measurements are in order. Read full review
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Precision swiveling

For when pinpoint swiveling counts. Read full review
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Flat and wide

Sometimes flat and wide can be a good thing. Like in the case of the PA248Q's foot stand. Read full review
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OSD array

The OSD array includes more buttons than it probably needs. Read full review
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The nub

The joystick nub offers some control functionality, but not quite enough. Read full review
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The grid

The grid overlay (accessed by pressing in the nub) can be useful if precision is important to you. Read full review
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For pictures, too

Also useful for determining how your pictures will look at varying sizes before you print. Read full review
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The actual OSD

The actual OSD offers plenty of options beyond the usual suspects. Read full review
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Connecting with connections

From left to right: DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI, VGA, and a headphone jack. Read full review
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USB 3.0

Four USB 3.0 downstream ports. Read full review
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