ASUS with TUF and ROG is a dominant force in the gaming market, this is no doubt.
By making quality products with well-invested marketing programs, the ASUS brand has long done very well, it has been ingrained in the subconscious of many customers (especially the customer group). gaming).
A technology company from Taiwan with the development principle that each product made, in addition to ensuring essential functions, must also have a style, as well as a unique experience for users.
Therefore ASUS is always ready to experiment and change continuously to meet market needs.
#first. The resounding success of the ROG brand
Republic of Gamers was born in 2006, is ASUS’ trump card to hit the high-end gaming market with an estimated total market revenue of billions of dollars.
In this segment, customers are willing to spend heavily to own toys with the right “guu”, but it must be said that the number of customers is quite limited compared to the mid-end segment, while more and more big players jump in: MSI, Logitech, Razer, Corsair,…
Fortunately, thanks to a long history of development (over 14 years of existence and development), ROG now has a complete Gaming ecosystem with: Mainboard, GPU, Laptop Gaming, Monitor, keyboard, mouse , headphones, and countless accessories for gamers.
Once players have used ROG gear, most will stick with it for a long time, ROG has always been seen as a benchmark against which to compare other products.
According to a report by WitsView, in 2018, more than 5 million Gaming monitors with frequencies >100Hz were sold, of which ASUS has always led the market share with XG Series and PG Series.
#2. TUF monitors and the “mid-range” segment market
Admittedly, in this segment, the need to balance between technology and revenue is always a headache for manufacturers. Strangely, people with limited budgets often have many, many diverse needs.
Sure, companies will receive much less profit than the high-end segment, but ASUS has seen the problem, with the operating principle of always having to produce the best quality products at any price.
Because in any segment, users are equally important, who knows a gamer who tries a mid-range / or cheap product of the company, sees good quality, will spend money to buy better products, even even introduced to the community.
With extensive experience with the previous ROG series, ASUS easily brings ROG’s technological quintessence and design (but to a lesser extent) onto their TUF monitors, reducing costs significantly. but the quality can be said to satisfy users.
#3. Bonus: Typical TUF screen samples
Please refer to the actual samples:
- ASUS – 27″ IPS WLED FHD Gaming Monitor | VG279QMY ~399$
- ASUS – TUF Gaming VG259QMY 280Hz 24.5” Fast IPS LCD FHD 1ms G-SYNC | VG259QMY ~$329
- ASUS – TUF VG27AQ1A Widescreen Gaming LCD Monitor ~$429
- ASUS – 31.5″ WLED 2560 x 1440 165Hz Curved (DisplayPort, HDMI) | VG32VQR ~$449
- Asus TUF Gaming VG27BQ 0″ 2560×1440 165 Hz ~$369
These models are cheaper than the ROG series but possess advanced features such as:
- High refresh rate: VG32VQ ~144Hz; VG27BQ, VG27AQ max is 165Hz; 280Hz “terrorist” for VG279QM, VG259QM.
- High responsiveness: 1ms GTG for 2 IPS monitors: VG279QM and VG259QM; for VG27BQ it is 0.5ms.
- Technologies: Compatible with both G-Sync, FreeSync; especially with the exclusive ASUS ELMB SYNC.
This technology combines Adaptive-sync and Extreme Low Motion Blur, resulting in smooth, sharp high-speed motion scenes, without tearing.
- Egronomic Design: The stand, support post, and flexible joints allow users to customize the angle, height, and tilt of the screen.
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