ASUS has announced the launch of a new monitor focused on the gaming market such as the ASUS VG24VQ1B. A targeted mid-range monitor that stands out with a refresh rate of up to 165Hz in a 24-inch diagonal curved-type panel.

This model presents a sober appearance where the main attraction is represented by a curved screen. The uncluttered back has no illumination-like trim, and only the ASUS and TUV logos interrupt the black finish.

Designed to compete with games

The new ASUS VG24VQ1B monitor is a model whose protagonist is a 24-inch screen with a 1500R curve in which it can offer Full HD resolution which translates to 1920 x 1080 pixels. This adjusted resolution is justified in the use of high refresh rates for competitions in video games.

Along with these figures, it is worth highlighting a refresh rate of up to 165 Hz, a screen brightness of 350 cd / m², a response time of 1 millisecond, as well as a contrast ratio of 3000: 1 .

When it comes to picture enhancements, the ASUS VG24VQ1B incorporates Motion Blur Correction (ELMB) mode, FreeSync Premium support, and Black Enhancement mode, which brightens darker areas. using the OSD. It also incorporates a system to limit the impact of blue light and flicker-free backlighting.

Connectivity is present via a DisplayPort 1.2 port and an HDMI 1.4 port, as well as a headphone jack and two speakers of 2 watts of power each. It does not include any USB port of any kind.



VA curved (1500R)


24 inch


1920 × 1080 pixels (WFHD)


165 Hz


3000: 1


350 nits

Display HDR 400

Aspect ratio

16: 9

Color depth

8 bits

Response time

1 millisecond


AMD FreeSync

Image enhancement

Less blue light and anti-flicker


1 DisplayPort 1.2

1 HDMI 1.4

Pricing and availability

At the time of writing, ASUS has not disclosed the price and release date of the ASUS VG24VQ1B.

Via | Guru3D
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