|Panel Size (Diagonal)||27″||27″||27″|
|Panel Backlight/Type||IPS||VA, 1500R Curve||VA, 1500R Curve|
|Resolution||2560 x 1440||2560 x 1440||1920 x 1080|
|Response Time||1ms MPRT||1ms MPRT||1ms GTG|
|VRR Technology||FreeSync Premium||FreeSync Premium||FreeSync Premium|
|G-SYNC compatible||Adaptive Sync|
|Color Gamut||96% DCI-P3||90% DCI-P3||90% DCI-P3|
|130% sRGB||120% sRGB||120% sRGB|
|I/O Ports||2 x HDMI 2.0||2 x HDMI 2.0||1 x HDMI 2.0|
|1 x DisplayPort 1.2||2 x DisplayPort 1.2||1 x VGA|
|1 x Headphone Jack|
|1 x PC Audio Input|
While definitely not an entry-level monitor, the VG27VH1B is the most affordable of the three newly-launched monitors with a price of PhP17,370. Among the three, it’s the only model that still supports VGA output for legacy systems, and also has a 3.5mm audio jack. As for the former, I’m not sure why anyone would use a VGA connection with a monitor that’s built for gaming, usually, those systems are well off with an affordable office-grade 60Hz unit.
As for features, you get ASUS’ ELMB technology that allows the monitor to achieve a 1ms response time, along with Adaptive-Sync that eliminates ghosting and gives you sharp visuals. It boasts FreeSync Premium technology that eliminates visual tearing, as well as Shadow Boost technology that enhances dark areas, brightening specific scenes.
For those with an Xbox Series X/S or a PlayStation 5, the VG27VH1B also supports 120Hz output for high-refresh-rate gaming. For content creators, it offers 120% sRGB and 90% DCI-P3 coverage.