ASUS PB287Q Professional 28IN 4K UHD LED Monitor 3840 X 2160 1ms GTG 60Hz HDMI DP Pivot HAS
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4K Detail. Unsurpassed Versatility: Professional 28" 4K UHD monitor with 3840 x 2160 resolution, 1ms GTG response time and 60Hz refresh rate
  • See every detail in 28-inch true 4K display with 3840 x 2160 UHD resolution, 157 pixels per inch, and real 10-bit color
  • Get the fastest 4K experience possible with 1ms GTG response time and 60Hz refresh rate
  • Connect to everything you own with HDMI, HDMI/MHL, and DisplayPort
  • Adjust for maximum comfort with ergonomic tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustments plus wall-mount capability

Main Features

  • Number of Screens:1
  • Screen Size:28"
  • Screen Mode:4K UHD
  • Response Time:1 ms
  • Aspect Ratio:16:9
  • Backlight Technology:LED
  • Maximum Resolution:3840 x 2160
  • Color Supported:1.07 Billion Colors
  • Contrast Ratio:100,000,000:1
  • Speakers:Yes
  • HDMI:Yes
  • DisplayPort:Yes
  • VESA Mount Compatible:Yes
  • Color:Black
  • Height:14.99" (380.67 mm)
  • Width:25.99" (660.26 mm)
  • Depth:2.50" (63.55 mm)
  • Height with Stand:16.30" (414 mm)
  • Width with Stand:25.98" (660 mm)
  • Depth with Stand:8.66" (220.06 mm)
  • Weight (Approximate):7.90 kg
  • Energy Star:Yes
  • Environmentally Friendly:Yes
  • Environmental Certification:ENERGY STAR 6.0,China Energy Label (CEL),ErP,RoHS,TCO Certified Displays 6.0,WEEE,EPEAT Gold
  • Limited Warranty:3 Year
  • Package Contents:
    • PB287Q Widescreen LCD Monitor
    • Cable Clamp
    • Audio Cable
    • Power Cord
    • DisplayPort Cable
    • Quick start Guide
    • HDMI Cable
    • Warranty Card
    • MHL Cable

General Information
Manufacturer
  • ASUS Computer International
Manufacturer Part Number
  • PB287Q
Manufacturer Website Address
  • http://www.asus.com
Brand Name
  • Asus
Product Model
  • PB287Q
Product Name
  • PB287Q Widescreen LCD Monitor
Product Type
  • LCD Monitor
Technical Information
Number of Screens
  • 1
Screen Size
  • 28"
Screen Mode
  • 4K UHD
Response Time
  • 1 ms
Aspect Ratio
  • 16:9
Horizontal Viewing Angle
  • 170°
Vertical Viewing Angle
  • 160°
Adjustable Display Angle
  • Yes
Adjustable Display Height
  • Yes
Adjustable Display Pivot
  • Yes
Mount Type
  • Wall Mountable
Backlight Technology
  • LED
HDCP Supported
  • Yes
Maximum Adjustable Height
  • 5.91" (150 mm)
Tilt Angle
  • -5°to20°
Swivel Angle
  • 60°
Features
  • Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)
  • Picture in Picture
  • Picture by Picture
  • Splendid Video Intelligence Technology
  • Reading Mode
  • Flicker-free
  • Low Blue Light
  • VividPixel Technology
  • QuickFit
  • Game Mode
  • Security Lock
Video
Maximum Resolution
  • 3840 x 2160
Standard Refresh Rate
  • 60 Hz
Color Supported
  • 1.07 Billion Colors
Contrast Ratio
  • 100,000,000:1
Audio
Number of Speakers
  • 2
Speakers
  • Yes
Interfaces/Ports
HDMI
  • Yes
DisplayPort
  • Yes
Power Description
Input Voltage
  • 120 V AC
  • 230 V AC
Physical Characteristics
VESA Mount Compatible
  • Yes
VESA Mount Standard
  • 100 x 100
Color
  • Black
Height
  • 14.99" (380.67 mm)
Width
  • 25.99" (660.26 mm)
Depth
  • 2.50" (63.55 mm)
Height with Stand
  • 16.30" (414 mm)
Width with Stand
  • 25.98" (660 mm)
Depth with Stand
  • 8.66" (220.06 mm)
Weight (Approximate)
  • 7.90 kg
Miscellaneous
Package Contents
    • PB287Q Widescreen LCD Monitor
    • Cable Clamp
    • Audio Cable
    • Power Cord
    • DisplayPort Cable
    • Quick start Guide
    • HDMI Cable
    • Warranty Card
    • MHL Cable
Certifications & Standards
    • BSMI
    • CB
    • CCC
    • CE
    • C-Tick
    • CU
    • FCC
    • ISO-9241-307
    • UL/cUL
    • VCCI
    • WHQL
Platform Supported
  • PC
Energy Star
  • Yes
Environmentally Friendly
  • Yes
Environmental Certification
  • ENERGY STAR 6.0
  • China Energy Label (CEL)
  • ErP
  • RoHS
  • TCO Certified Displays 6.0
  • WEEE
  • EPEAT Gold
Warranty
Limited Warranty
  • 3 Year
Average Rating
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Out of 7 Review(s)
5 (3)
4 (3)
3 (1)
2 (0)
1 (0)

By: Patrick_A 2014-11-14 17:49

Pros
Vesa mountable non-glossy screen finish great resolution runs at 60hz on DP works great on Mac Pro on OS 10.10 .ICC profile for Mac

Cons
problems with screen image 60Hz until update  to latest OS Look good at 30 Hz all the same slightly uneven back lighting if you really scrutinize details

Summary

Very happy with the build quality and features. the included stand is very useful if you do not want to use a monitor arm

By: Aaron_S 2014-10-23 19:16

Pros
Very crisp image. Nice color. No dead pixels. Fast response. Horizontal viewing angle. Stand is adjustable to minimize effect of narrow viewing angle

Cons
Vertical viewing angle. When looking down the monitor, color become blue. Even if I sit exact in front, I see color become slightly blue at the bottom edge. But it's not very bad for normal use.

Summary

Many people reported losing display port connection after sleep, or after turn off power button. I had the same issue. I had to pull AC plug off and on to get recovered. In my case, I edited BIOS setting and changed primary graphics to "PCIE" from "On Board/AUTO". I never see the issue after this. It may be better to disable on board graphics if your mother board has. About small font, and hard to see issue. I found Linux, even gnome2 automatically adjust size of icons and font. Font become smooth, not simple magnify. Windows 7 is very bad for scaling. We can try "make text easier to see" option. But texts are simply magnified in some applications like notepad. It doesn't look good. Windows 8 / 10 look much better. May be we should try windows 10 preview version for now. If you use firefox, If you type about:config in address bar, and search for layout.css.devPixelsPerPx and change from -1 to 1.7 (or any size you like.), Most web pages look very nice. I don't see broken layout like we see when we change font size setting.

By: sean_m 2014-08-27 14:07

Pros
UHD resolution, no ghosting, 60Hz support (through DP only)

Cons
horrible viewing angle limitations,not very bright, colours are desaturated a bit

Summary

As I start to work with 4K footage, I wanted to get a native 4K monitor. It's been quite the learning curve! First off, the viewing angle. Since it's such high resolution, you need to be sitting at least 3' back from the monitor. Any closer, and you'll notice the top of the screen doesn't match the bottom. I was going to return the monitor at first because I thought I had an issue, but once I found this information and sat back, it's much better. Unfortunately, sitting 3' back from a monitor with this high resolution means reading anything on screen is nearly impossible! Which brings me to my next issue. Almost none of the software I use supports 4K resolution. Not Adobe, not Davinci, etc. So all the UI is ridiculously tiny. Like 4pt text size. Even sticking my face 6 inches from the screen, it's hard to ready some of the interface. However, that's not the monitor's fault, so I'll move along. The colours are ok. They're accurate, which is the most important part for me. The image is a little...flat. It lacks punch and contrast. I like the matte finish, no reflections. 60Hz is great. You do have to go into the monitor's settings and turn Displayport to 1.2 but after that, it's all good. The monitor's menu is a little frustrating to navigate, but that's a minor complaint. Overall, if you need 4K now, this monitor is a great choice at an excellent price. I'm giving it 3 stars because while it does everything ok, it doesn't do anything really well. Like there is nothing this monitor does "better" than any other monitor, other than UHD. So for me, it's satisfactory performance for the price.

By: JFT 2014-08-01 09:43

Pros
Supports 3840x2160 60MHz using DisplayPort 1.2 Supports up to 3200x1800 60MHz scaled HiDPI in OS X Adjustable height and tilt Can be used vertically (turned 90 degrees) VESA mountable

Cons
Slightly washed out colors, but nice for a TN panel On-screen menu could really be more user-friendly (especially the sound levels)

Summary

Great 4k monitor for the price! I run it from a MacBook Pro Retina 2014 using the DisplayPort and it looks stunning. The colours are slightly more washed out than the retina display, but still quite good for a TN panel. As mentioned by another reviewer, the default DisplayPort setting is on version 1.1 and has to be changed manually to 1.2 using the screen menu. HiDPI modes are supported in OS X 10.9.4 and the display looks really nice in 3200x1800 (downsampled from 6400x3600 internally). SwitchResX seems to be required to enable 60MHz HiDPI before the Yosemite release (Yosemite supports it natively).

By: TheMachine247 2014-07-27 15:16

Pros
It's a 4K screen and the height adjusting stand sold me I didn't want to have to purchase a wallmount or place the monitor on a pedestal to get a comfortable viewing angle.

Cons
Splendid color mode makes this monitor look really cheap and over saturates the color spectrum, Some people may like it but I don't

Summary

So far I've had this monitor for 2 weeks, no dead pixels have appeared very happy. Gaming it's pretty good you need a displayport 1.2 capable GPU otherwise it's just not going to be enjoyable at all. 30Hz is just plain unacceptable.

By: Hilario_S 2014-07-07 14:05

Pros
Adjustable height, pivot, and can go to portrait. 2160p 60hz on Display port 1.2 Price

Cons
TN panel - But I don't see this an issue, will go into detail

Summary

I want to start off by saying that for the price this is the best 4k monitor you can get if you plan on gaming with it. The reason to choose this or the Samsung counter part is for the 60hz that it offers if you run on display port 1.2. by default the monitor has DP set to 1.1, you will need to change it through the menu in order for 60hz to be available in Windows. Now that I think about it, even for every day usage, 30hz is pretty bad. So display port of bust. 4k gaming isn't for everyone as it will require 2 video cards if you want a good performance. I am running 2 r9 290's and could not be happier. Now like most, the thought of TN panel can make one cringe but it really is the best TN panel I have seen. My previous monitor was a Benq XT2420te and this Asus has better viewing angles and nicer colors. As long as you got a video card with DP 1.2 I would recommend this monitor for Gaming or productivity. You will never go back to 1080p

By: agarath 2014-07-04 17:55

Pros
-Big, bright, bold, beautiful -not overly heavy -versatile (to a point)

Cons
-speakers? -usb hub? -stand height & rotation -may reveal your gfx card is bunk.

Summary

As an "entry level 4k monitor" I think this is a pretty darn good place to start. I've loved my 1600x1200 viewsonic that lasted me for about 7 years, so when it died last year I knew I was going to have to wait for something like this to come out. I am glad I did. This is way beyond what I'd gotten from ANY monitor or what I'd hoped for my next upgrade. Once assembled this monitor and stand are not too heavy to move around your house, but I wouldn't try this for LAN at all. I will note that the stand seems to only swivel one way to get into portrait mode, and that you have to tilt the monitor outwards to get into that position. This is because the monitor is SO WIDE & the stand doesn't have enough lift height available. This means accessing the rear ports is a PITA (as usual). You can do a lot with this monitor from tv to gaming. I've yet to notice and ghosting etc. The colours need little or no adjustment, and there is wealth of adjustment. Hubble shots look godlike, and digital blasphemy is a toe curling, goose-bump raising experience. The speakers are (as far as I can tell) an utter joke. I may try sound over the display port next, but the included audio cable got me muted tinny sound. I'd have really liked at least one usb port to hookup my sennheiser 333 d's, but this is after all an "entry level" and " budget" class 4k monitor. Lastly the gfx card issue. Last DEC on boxing day I bought the mid range gigabyte 660 gtx gfx card. For use with the little 21 inch 1920x1080 Samsung monitor it was fine and sufficient however; just after getting this monitor, I began seeing "tearing" on text web pages and in gaming that over time was utterly distracting. A quick chat with an NCIX tech got me to swap out the 660 for a gtx 275 to test. I am glad to say that it is a matter of rma'ing the card not the monitor. If you want to make the jump to 4k, this maybe just the unit you want. However, it does have limitations that you should consider. Overall I'd recommend this monitor for anyone making the jump to 4k.