ASUS ROG GL752 falls short in terms of image quality compared to some of the competition
We are quite used to seeing ASUS ROG notebooks shipping with high-quality IPS panels, although some of them use PWM to adjust screen brightness, but this time, the 17-inch GL752VW is available with a TN panel. And we are somewhat disappointed, to be honest.
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Don’t judge too quickly, though, as the panel provides about 95% sRGB color gamut coverage and more than excellent contrast ratio of 1200:1. Both of those results are not typical for your everyday TN matrix, which suggests of high-quality TN panel. Nevertheless, we cannot overcome the poor viewing angles, inherited from the TN panel and low maximum brightness (272 cd/m2). The latter will result in lowered visibility if you are gaming near a strong light source, but we have a good solution to this problem, which we will post in our upcoming full review.