Another one

Yet another 27-inch extreme-definition monitor, the Asus PB278Q offers a useful array of features at a price lower than most monitors sporting the 2,560x1,440-pixel resolution.
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The angle

The PB278Q uses a PLS panel, which rivals IPS panels in clarity, viewing angle, and speed. Read full review
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Purty

The PB278Q's 2,560x1,440-pixel resolution provides a more than suitable staging ground for PC games. Read full review
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Connecting

Connections from top to bottom: headphone jack, audio-in, HDMI, DVI, VGA, and DisplayPort. Read full review
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The OSD array

Make all your dreams come true with this useful life customization array. Wait, no. It only allows you to customize your monitor's screen. Sorry. Read full review
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Big stand

That's some stand, huh? Asus apparently wants to ensure its monitors' stability and then some. It's just too bad about the swivel mechanism... Read full review
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Swivel

I don't like the swivel implementation. It works, but it keeps the monitor from being truly stable and when in use, rotates the entire chassis, instead of just the screen. Read full review
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