Concave, massive, impressive and with a very fast refresh rate: the new models of Asus And Isser will tear your pocket and leave you speechless
At the beginning of the year we were amazed to receive the first gaming screens in the world that support the unique G-Sync technology NVIDIA For material vertical synchronization between the graphics card for on-screen display and onHDR, For a deeper, more realistic, 10 bit view than the standard of profit on the market. These screens offered a relatively modest and flat 27-inch diagonal size, with high resolution, wide color gamut and 144 Hz "only" refresh rate - and now they are getting enlarged alternative versions that claim to be even more advanced and impressive.
The two new models meet the names of Predator X35 HDR and ROG Swift PG35VQ HDR and come, like those from January, from the major Taiwanese manufacturers Ace and Acer respectively, and because both are based on the same unique and advanced panel developed by AU Optronics in collaboration with NVIDIA, Most of the key features are very similar: there are screens here IPS 35-inch diagonal concave, with a high curvature of 1800R, 3,440 × 1,440 pixels resolution and with refresh rates of no less than 200 Hz - for up to 200 frames per second display for those who want it.
We are rapidly approaching an era in which we can enjoy screens 4k With high refresh rates of 200 Hz and beyond
There is, of course,G-SYNC For vertical image synchronization at the rates of 60 Hz, 75 Hz, 100 Hz, 120 Hz, 144 Hz and 200 Hz to select users, support the view HDR With a depth of 10 bit in the CTA's commonly used HDR10 standard, impressive maximum brightness of up to 1,000 nit and ultra-high contrast thanks to a backlit LED divided by no less than 512 individual control areas - and even a special quantum dot layer (QDEF) The range of colors available for display, according to the DCI-P3 standard prevalent in the professional market.
Both models will be activated through connections DisplayPort Modern 1.4, the only one today that offers enough bandwidth for maximum resolution and display rate without relying on a dual parallel connection, and both will be characterized by a fairly thin mantle around the display panel and an aggressive design in the spirit of the gaming world - with Bassos even upgrading their large family logo -ROG He had a special enlightenment of his own. Because if you're already a luxury gamer, then all the way, is not it?
We do not yet know the official recommended prices of these new models, but their advanced hardware leaves little room for doubt - it will be a four-digit dollar cost that will probably cross the $ 1,500 bar at launch, and will of course become a product Designed for high-end gamers, which may be quite tempting given that even the other hardware components needed today to run up-to-date titles at QHD + and 200 prime rates per second or higher is extremely expensive.
So if you already have a system with an octagonal processor and a pair of cards GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in the array, probably the Predator X35 and theROG Swift PG35VQ are just for you, and if not - then you probably have the privilege of waiting a while longer for this technology to become a little more popular and sane. Look for them in stores towards the end of the current year.
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B-NVIDIA Remember to mention the very advanced and advanced pair introduced at the beginning of the year, the Isser Predator X27 and the ASOG ROG Swift PG27UQ, with the promise that their practical launch will finally arrive in the coming summer months - and also mention the pair of models. Predator XB252Q and ROG Swift PG258Q, also Maser and Essus of course, which include relatively small 24.5-sized panels and simple TN technology, with with support forG-SYNC And record-breaking workflows of up to 240 Hz, or up to 240 frames per second.
For dessert, the company reminded us of new laptops that offer a G-Sync-enabled display, such as the Zephyrus GX501 and Gigabyte's Aorus X5, which join a family that now has more than 80 models that use this technology from home NVIDIA, While the main competitor FreeSync 2.0 is just beginning to make its first steps definitely in the category now.