ASUS 31.5” 2K Monitor (VP32AQ) – WQHD (2560 x 1440), IPS, 100% sRGB, HDR10, 75Hz, Speakers, Adaptive-Sync/FreeSync, Low Blue

(9 customer reviews)


Screen Size 31.5 Inches
Display Resolution Maximum 2560 x 1440 Pixels
Brand ASUS
Special Feature Blue Light Filter, Flicker-Free, Built-In Speakers
Refresh Rate 75 Hz

  • 31.5-inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution display with IPS 178° wide viewing angle for sharp and immersive visuals
  • Support HDR-10 to enhance bright and dark area, delivers lifelike viewing experience
  • 75Hz with Adaptive-Sync/FreeSync technology to animated content with fast action and eliminate screen tearing
  • ASUS Eye Care monitors feature TÜV Rheinland-certified Flicker-free and Low Blue Light technologies to ensure a comfortable viewing experience
  • Supports both Adaptive-Sync with NVIDIA GeForce* graphics cards and FreeSync with AMD Radeon graphics cards *Compatible with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series, GTX 16 series, RTX 20 series and newer graphics cards


The product is multiple voltage compatible, that voltage arrange is 100-240V

From the manufacturer

VP32AQ Eye Care Monitor

Lifelike views with 178° wide view angle

Multiple HDR-10 Modes for Lifelike Visuals

VP32AQ Eye Care Monitor

ASUS VP32AQ Eye Care monitor features a 31.5-inch WQHD 1440P IPS panel with 178° wide-viewing-angle that delivers sharp and immersive viewing experience, and 100% sRGB for realistic colors and smoother gradation. Enjoy smooth gameplay with Adaptive-Sync technology, which eliminates screen tearing while enhancing image details in dark areas.

Lifelike views with 178° wide view angle

Expanded vision with 178° IPS wide-viewing-angle panel, giving consistent, accurate color at any viewing angle to minimize the color shift and promise for a better viewing experience.

Multiple HDR-10 Modes for Lifelike Visuals

Now you can choose from multiple HDR modes in order to adjust monitor HDR performance based on the current scenario.

Super smooth visuals with Adaptive-Sync

Protect your eyes with ASUS Eye Care technology

ASUS Flicker free technology

Super smooth visuals with Adaptive-Sync

Featuring Adaptive-Sync technology it can reduce frustrating lag or motion blur. It allows you to react instantly to what’s happening on screen and enjoy silky-smooth gameplay so you’ll get that first strike in.

Protect your eyes with ASUS Eye Care technology

Exclusive ASUS blue light filter protects you from harmful blue light. It’s easy to access, intuitive and flexible with seamless adjustment (0 to Maximum) via the OSD menu.

ASUS Flicker free technology

It’s time to say goodbye to those tired, strained eyes. Flicker Free technology helps reduce on screen flicker, giving you a more comfortable, movie marathon ready environment. It is designed to minimize eyestrain, headaches and eye fatigue when you spend long, countless hours in front of the display.

ASUS-exclusive GamePlus Technology

Robust Connectivity

What’s in the Box

ASUS-exclusive GamePlus Technology

When it comes to design, ASUS always has customers in mind –ASUS exclusive GamePlus with Crosshair, Timer, FPS counter and Display Alignment functions to give you in-game enhancements that help you get more out of your game. This function is co-developed with input from pro gamers, allowing them to practice and improve their gaming skills.

Robust Connectivity

Connect via its HDMI and DisplayPort ports.

What’s in the Box

HDMI cable included.

Additional information

Weight 17.24 kg
Dimensions 28.13 × 7.94 × 19.12 cm
Max Screen Resolution

2560 x 1440 Pixels





Item model number


Item Weight

17.24 pounds

Product Dimensions

28.13 x 7.94 x 19.12 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

28.13 x 7.94 x 19.12 inches







Country of Origin


Date First Available

May 26 2021





9 reviews for ASUS 31.5” 2K Monitor (VP32AQ) – WQHD (2560 x 1440), IPS, 100% sRGB, HDR10, 75Hz, Speakers, Adaptive-Sync/FreeSync, Low Blue

  1. Paul J. Fong

    Refresh Rate and Resolution Dependent Upon CablingI recently purchased the ASUS VP32AQ monitor to complement my Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 with Surface Dock 2 port replicator. The Dock 2 has two USB-C ports that are display-enabled. Since the monitor has both a DisplayPort (DP) and an HDMI Port, I purchased two cables (and use one cable at a time):USB-C to DisplayPort (DP)USB-C to HDMI.* Cable Dependencies *In the photos below of the On Screen Display (OSD), note the default display settings that seem to be dependent on the type of cable used:(1) When the USB-C to DP cable is used, the display resolution and refresh rate are:2560 x 1440 @ 60Hz.(2) When the USB-C to HDMI cable is used, the display resolution and refresh rate are:3840 x 2160 @ 30Hz (per the OSD Menu). This resolution is doubtful as the specification for this monitor is only WQHD (2560 x 1440).Using the Windows 11 Settings Display options (I’m no expert in setting these options.), I’ve been able to configure the following:(1) With a DisplayPort (DP) cable, I can configure up to 2560 x 1440 @ 75Hz.(2) With an HDMI cable, I can configure up to 2560 x 1440 @ 60Hz.I recommend the DisplayPort (DP) cable because it provides the higher refresh rate (75Hz) at the maximum screen resolution (2560 x 1440). Perhaps the HDMI cable can also provide the same performance when the display settings are properly configured. Unfortunately, ASUS has not provided the documentation and support for novice users, such as me.* ASUS Tech Support & Documentation *I am subtracting one point for marginal documentation and tech support:(a) The VP32AQ quick start guide has no text to explain the few diagrams that it contains.(b) The downloadable User Guide for the VP32A Series monitors do not mention the reason for the differences in the display settings when different cables (DP or HDMI) are used.(c) The ASUS Chat Line seems to allow only a quanta of time to resolve an issue. At the end of that quanta of time, the representative will abruptly close the chat session.* Full Display Size *Earlier reviewers have noted a 1-inch to 2-inch black “border” around the screen that reduces the display size. I’m happy to report that once I stumbled onto the Windows 2560 x 1440 display configuration option, this has not been an issue.Look at the photo of the recording artist (Kina Grannis) on the VP32AQ below. Content is displayed right up to the edge of the screen!

  2. robert thompson

    Value point 2560×1440.I got two of these for portrait mode programming. I also wanted monitors in a portable form factor for commuting 2 hours to a remote work site.Out of the box it is easy to add the standing plate via the permanently affixed screw. If you want landscape..I removed the standing plate pillar, added VESA mounts, and only hang this in portrait on a VIVO ( VIVO Black Freestanding Single Monitor Mount, Pro Gaming Desk Stand with Headphone Holder, Height Adjustable Mount for 1 Screen up to 32 inches, STAND-V101F ).The box has convenient handholds on the sides so I’m able to maneuver two of these monitors in their boxes at one go (although two can get heavy).Completely happy with the video / color / brightness options.The single button control for power and options takes some getting used to but it’s nothing you can complain about for very long.My excel spreadsheet for comparing monitors in this class had about twenty monitors total, and I compared total number of user reviews, total percentage of 1-star reviews, cost, year of release, VESA ready and a few other metrics. This was an extremely carefully analyzed investment. I liked the first one so much that I thought it was a scandal I didn’t have two. So I fixed that. This was the maximum 2560 x 1440 value for investment.

  3. David M. Murphy

    Great device. However, the monitor sound/speakers are not great.I like the size and resolution of the monitor. I use the monitor for work and not gaming. However, the monitor speakers are not very loud for Zoom calls, etc. I had to supplement with external speakers.

  4. Ms C

    Big, beautiful, and easy on the eyes!Easy to set up; doesn’t strain my eyes to stare at it for hours. Best monitor I have ever owned, and I have owned a LOT of monitors since I bought my first one in 1989.

  5. ABM

    DOAI know this would have been perfect but I didn’t even get a chance to it was DOA.

  6. robert smitha

    Screw hole for mounting fell thorough and I cannot mount it now.The screw hole for attaching the monitor to a mount fell into the back of the monitor when I was trying to mount it and now I have a loose screw in the back of my monitor. This was very upsetting because my only other option is to use the base which takes up a lot of space on my desk.I wouldn’t get his monitor if you plan to attach it to a mount because the screw holes are not of high quality.

  7. Robert W. Lewis

    So far it works great.Very large hi-res monitor. I’m loving it so far.

  8. Dragola

    A very nice upgrade from 23″ monitors…Pros:- HDR support.- FreeSync (requires a display-port cable but it’s worth it!).- 32″ (so big!).Cons:- Controls are all through a nub (never used before but I’m getting use to it).

  9. David Coscina

    Good but it looked previously usedNice monitor with Very sharp resolution but it appears to have been a returned item judging from how the packaging looked when I received it. Doesn’t work with one of my HDMI switchers.

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