Its Asus turn to roll out a brand-new variety of high res, high refresh, high bandwidth gaming monitors for CES 2021. Emphasizes include 32-inch, 43-inch and 28-inch 4K 144Hz panels, all with HDMI 2.1 connectivity, and a 27-inch QHD 240Hz panel.
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High refresh fans will elegant the new 240Hz 1440p Asus ROG Swift PG279QM (Image credit: Asus).
The final 4K model is a the 43-inch Asus ROG Strix XG43UQ. Once again, were talking 144Hz and HDMI 2.1, however this time with DisplayHDR 1000 assistance. Unlike the other 4K 144Hz offerings, the XG43UQ utilizes VA panel technology. Offered the 43-inch panel size, what were likely taking a look at here is a repurposed 4K TV panel..
Anyhow, variable refresh and low latency modes belong to the XG43UQs appealing proposal.
If 4K 144Hz is something you desire, Asus ought to have something to match. The most budget friendly is most likely to be the new Asus TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A, due out by June..
Its a 28-inch IPS panel, which is unusual in the 4K space, and runs at 144Hz. Other significant specs include DisplayHDR 400 accreditation, 90 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 gamut, variable refresh and that console-critical HDMI 2.1 connection. Being part of the TUF variety it should also be one of the most wallet-friendly of the brand-new high-spec Asus lineup.
Moving up the size scale is the 32-inch Asus ROG Swift PG32UQ. This is a premium IPS 4K panel with 144Hz refresh and HDMI 2.1 assistance.
HDR capability is rated at a fairly modest DisplayHDR 600, so this is not one of the new generation of mini-LED backlights with 1,000-plus local dimming zones. On the one hand that indicates it will not deliver a real HDR experience, however on the other, it needs to assist keep expenses down. The PG32UQ likewise packs G-Sync compatibility with Reflex Latency Analyzer support, making it a fantastic fit for the most recent Nvidia GPUs.
For the record, all of these new Asus gaming panels are ranked at 1ms for reaction times. Depending upon how you view these things, thats either brilliant to hear or informs you everything you need to know about declared action times – four new screens in a large series of specifications and sizes, one with a completely different type, all with the same response time to the last millisecond. Actually?
Anyhow, none of these panels will be inexpensive, but heres hoping the fact that they will be up against a large range of similarly specced competitors from other brands, like Acer and Viewsonic, will produce competitive rates.
The 28-inch Asus TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A aside, theyre all due out in the very first quarter of 2021, so hopefully well get a concept of pricing and availability quickly.
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The Asus TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A will likely be the most budget-friendly of the new 4K 144Hz panels (Image credit: Asus).
Its a 28-inch IPS panel, which is uncommon in the 4K space, and runs at 144Hz. Being part of the TUF range it need to likewise be one of the most wallet-friendly of the new high-spec Asus lineup.
Moving up the size scale is the 32-inch Asus ROG Swift PG32UQ. The last 4K design is a the 43-inch Asus ROG Strix XG43UQ. For the record, all of these brand-new Asus gaming panels are ranked at 1ms for action times.
For esports freaks, and those who favour refresh rates above all, Asus has another trick up its sleeve, the Asus ROG Swift PG279QM. Its a 27-inch QHD panel with 2,560 by 1,440 pixels and a sweet 240Hz revitalize rate.