Some people mentioned in their reviews that it was easy to use. Allan Swanson scored this PC monitor very highly and he wrote in his Asus PB278Q review on Amazon “Performance of this monitor is unbelievably superb, practical use of the menu is clear”. Three years ago D. Iles said “I also found a handy site that stores specific monitor profiles” and rated the product as excellent. D. Iles also said “Rotation is very handy and feels very sturdy”.
Several Asus PB278Q reviewers who reviewed it concluded that it was easy to use the menus. Brian mentioned “As for gaming, BF4 runs in the max resolution on my low/mid range graphics card with medium settings which im happy about” in his review and gave the product a score of 5 stars. Four years ago Charles A. Crolla gave the product a rating of 5 stars and he wrote on Amazon “The reality?I run all games on ultra settings and maximum resolution without any difficulty”. In the same month Cowboydom mentioned on Amazon “Fab until menu kept popping up in middle of screen”.
Several customers who reviewed the product agreed that it was easy to setup. Gary J. Walker rated the product 5 stars and he wrote “Easy to set up” in his review of the Asus PB278Q .
Several Asus PB278Q reviewers who reviewed this PC monitor agreed that it had a good experience. Ju Taylor gave it a score of 5 stars and mentioned in their review on Amazon “His gaming experience has suddenly come alive”. Jules said five years ago “Here is my experience with the PB278Q, using the DVI output for my setup” .
Several Asus PB278Q reviewers who reviewed this PC monitor considered that it was easy to handle. Sigh wrote on Amazon “However, this unit is a little tatty, marks around the housing, stickers restuck using different glue, leaving clear lines and general handling marks” however despite that they only rated it 20 out of 100. Expert review site Hothardware.com said “The 27-inch panel proved especially adept at handling game play, where it delivered fast moving visuals free from artifacts like ghosting or motion blur”.