Thirty customers who purchased the Asus MG279Q agreed that it had a good refresh rate. Digitaltrends.com said two years ago “Insane 165Hz refresh rate” in their review of this PC monitor. Ocdrift.com wrote in their review of this PC monitor “GSYNC support all the way up to 165Hz refresh rate” . Hothardware.com mentioned “Huge refresh rate spectrum”.
Twenty-seven owners concluded that the product had good picture quality. Hothardware.com said “Good picture quality”. In April last year Ocdrift.com said in their review of this PC monitor “Great picture quality with excellent colour accuracy, high co”. Guru3d.com mentioned last year “Great picture quality, with superb brightness”.
Five people wrote in their reviews that the product had image ghosting. Newegg.com said “Superior refresh, no visible ghosting or blur”. Newegg.com also wrote “No noticable ghosting or input lag difference from Asus 24" TN 144Hz playing Quake Live” in their review. Newegg.com also said “I bought this one because it was the first on the market that seemed to fix the ghosting tha” in their review.
Four people who bought this PC monitor concluded that it had good colour saturation. Djein wrote “In terms of performance and picture quality this is the single best PC monitor I have had the pleasure of using the colours are bright and vivid, both in games”. Doregon mentioned “The colours are even more vivid than my previous IPS monitor”. Ryan Burgess said “Just a fantastic monitor, looks amazing, colours are great” and gave the product a score of the highest possible rating of 5 stars.
Two people who reviewed it agreed that it had clear images. Newegg.com wrote in their review of this PC monitor “Good construction, greatsnappy OSD controls, beautiful clarity, beautiful color, nicequick selections for dark rooms” however despite that they gave it a score of 3 stars out of 5.