Asus XG248Q Review

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Updated November 7, 2022
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The Asus xg248q from our list of the best 240hz gaming monitors provides a seamless gaming experience on a 24” inch screen. It features Nvidia G sync technology which helps reduce choppy graphics. This is the optimal monitor to binge content on since the eye care technology will help relieve eye fatigue from your eyes staying on the screen. Speaking of bingeing content, it’s also pretty easy to do if you own one of the best computer monitors.

Why We Like It – Asus XG248Q

The Asus xg248q monitor takes your gaming visuals to the pro gamer status by handling the most graphic intense games in a smooth fashion. It is equipped with eye care technology that will reduce eye fatigue which will help you last longer and work on your game.

  • Low motion blur brings sharp crisp images
  • G sync compatible technology eliminates screen tearing
  • TN panel may not give the best viewing angles


The 24” inch display has a capped resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. It has a response time of 1ms and a refresh rate of 240Hz. If you would like to find more monitors with 240hz refresh rates, another option you may want to consider is the BenQ zowie xl2740. When using the blue light filter, you will notice less eye strain while binging on your favorite content. It comes with an adjustable stand that has a neck design that can organize your cables efficiently for a cleaner look for your working space.

Related: If you like this monitor, you might be interested in our ASUS XG43VQ review.

Viewing angle

This monitor has a horizontal viewing angle of 170 degrees and a vertical viewing angle of 160 degrees. It uses a TN panel type of screen. The benefits of having a TN panel is that it is best for low power consumption, and better response times, but it does lack when it comes down to giving you the best viewing angle. Aside from the panel, during your game, you can expect the ROG STRIX XG248Q model to use its low motion blur technology to show sharper graphics and make your game look it’s best. If you would like to find something larger than this 24” inch display, you may want to check out the Acer Predator XB272.

Related: See also our BENQ24 Inch IPS monitor review.


High-performance monitors such as the ASUS VG278H 3D monitor this ASUS model are built durable, but always exercise caution and make sure that no excessive physical abuse shortens its lifespan. Asus Rapid Replacement is included with your purchase, which gives you 3 years warranty for any possible defects. You can also ask retailers if they can include a protection plan for your investment.


The monitor includes an earphone jack, 2 HDMI ports that support version 2.0, 2 USB 3.0 ports, and a single DisplayPort. The slim design is ideal when setting up multiple screens and building a powerful computer or game station. If you are not yet sold on this device, it may be time to check out other brands such as the powerful Alienware AW2518HF.


If you want to enjoy your video games with seamless graphics, this monitor may be the best choice for you. Aside from providing a full HD display, the adaptive sync technology by Nvidia ensures that the graphics look sharp at every frame rate. Aside from performance, the visual aspects on this monitor are unique since the Asus aura sync lighting in the back of the desktop can make any workstation look futuristic with its bright ring of colors. Your investment will also be covered fully from any sort of defects for three years.

Asus XG248Q Wrap Up

The Asus XG248Q monitor is a great choice for gamers because the TN panel design gives you a faster response time and refresh rate even though it may not provide the best viewing angles. You can fully customize how it fits your needs by adjusting the Gamevisual and Gameplus hotkeys, and the freesync technology will make sure you have a crisp and clear experience while playing the latest games.

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