Computex 2015 featured some great new monitors from different brands. One of the very good ones is the ASUS MG279Q, who is very closely related to the MG278Q specwise. The difference is that this monitor has an IPS panel and a 4ms response time, whereas the MG278Q features a TN panel and an impressive 1ms response rate. IPS panel generally have longer response times than TN panels due to their nature. You can view the fully dedicated page to this monitor at the official ASUS webiste.
The MG279Q has, as mentioned, an IPS panel with 4ms response time. The IPS panel provides great viewing angles and excellent color quality, in contrary to TN panels. Other than that, it has an impressive 144Hz refresh rate and support for AMD FreeSync, which allows the display to sync its refresh rate with the GPU, and thus effectively eliminating screen tearing and stuttering. The AMD FreeSync range is 35-144Hz. It also has a WQHD resolution, which basically means 2560×1440, and also ASUS technologies, such as Ultra-Low Blue Light, Flicker-Free (PWM-Free), GamePlus, and GameVisual. These technologies will help you get a very comforting gaming experience, and will also be suitable for other tasks than gaming.
The monitor has a stand that supports full tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustments, so that you can get a comfortable viewing position.
The connections include two USB 3.0 ports, two HDMI 2.0/MHL ports, Mini-DisplayPort 1.2a and DisplayPort 1.2a.
Retail price of this monitor is $599. You can buy it with international shipping by clicking on the link below.