ASUS PG27AQ ROG Swift 27" 4K Monitor Review
As befits a monitor that is heavily geared towards accurate colour reproduction as well as an enormous amount of pixels there are plenty of tweaks to be found within the OSD. The monitor is calibrated extremely well out of the box, so only the most obsessive users will need to get out their measuring equipment.
If you doubt that a 4K resolution will give you much more screen space than a regular resolution, just take a look at how many normal size icons you can fit into such a tiny space. If you've ever found yourself short of real estate then this level of resolution is the perfect solution.
The stand has plenty of adjustment to ensure perfect ergonomics. As well as the ability to switch between portrait and landscape modes it has enough tilt and height adjustment to help you remain comfortable throughout long gaming hours.
The base of the stand lights up with the ROG logo and a lovely red circle. This is subtle enough to be pleasing rather than irritating, but you can turn it off if you prefer to work in complete darkness.