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Asus PA248Q ProArt Monitor Review

Today we are looking at the latest high end 24 inch monitor from Asus, the PA248Q. This monitor features a pre-calibrated LED backlit IPS panel with 1920×1200 resolution. The PA248Q ProArt display is said to guarantee industry leading colour accuracy and is shipped with a minimal colour differential at ∆E …

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Asus VE278Q 27 Inch Monitor Review

A growing number of people are gradually learning about the benefits of using a higher resolution screen. Long gone are the days of 1024×768 resolution as the latest Steam survey in December 2011 has highlighted. 17.59% of gamers are using a 1680×1050 panel now, with 7.77% using 1920×1080. Only 4 …

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ASUS PA238Q LED Monitor Review

Today we are looking at the new ASUS PA238Q LED Monitor, the little brother to the PA246Q which we reviewed back in May this year. The Pro Art 238Q is targeted at web professionals, designers and the discerning enthusiast audience who demand a high quality image. The Asus PA238Q is …

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Dell U3011 Ultrasharp Monitor Review

Dell have always had a reputation for creating some of the finest monitors on the market. While they do make a wide array of panels for the mass market audience, they have always focused on the high end technology. Their U2410 has received a lot of critical acclaim, earning a …

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Asus ML248H Designo ML Series Review

Kitguru has reviewed many monitors over the last year including those from industry leaders Dell and iiyama. In June we reviewed the Asus MS236H, a stylish monitor which appealed on a design level, but left us wanting in other areas. It delivered much unfulfilled potential. Today we are looking at …

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Asus MS236H Ultra Slim Panel review

KitGuru has already reviewed monitors from heavyweights such as Dell, but today we are going to be looking at a very dramatically designed panel from Asus. The Asus MS236H is a member of the Designo MS range of screens and the focus is not on class leading specifications, but on …

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