With TN panel or VA panel, large or small and with FreeSync or G-SYNC - The Taiwanese manufacturer continues to increase its supply in the home display world
The amount of computer screens available for purchase in the market is huge, with a variety of sizes, resolutions, display technologies and their various combinations that only grows as time goes on - but this situation doesn't seem to be overly daunting to anyone, judging by the rate of launch it now presents to us as one of the big players in the field, Asus, Using no fewer than three additional models.
The Taiwanese manufacturer has launched three new screens over the past week, all belonging to the gaming brand family ROG, And include different diagonal sizes of 27, 32, and 35.
ModelG-SYNC The new one will answer there ROG Swift PG27VQ and offers an 27 inch panel with TN technology, with WQHD resolution and especially high image refresh rates of up to 165 Hz (or 165 frames per second) and low response times of one millisecond alongside ULMB technology to minimize image smoothing in fast scenes, average brightness of 400 Nitride, 1 and 1,000 static contrast, and a gaming design that combines illumination with a colored backlight and illumination down to the point where it is placed.
One HDMI 1.4 connection, one DisplayPort 1.2 connection, a hub with a pair of 3.0 USB inputs and a fairly high 800 dollar price tag, not including taxes, complete the picture, and although it can't really be stated that this is the most lucrative deal on the market - it is one of the screens nonetheless God-G-SYNC Cheaper ones that are currently available in the vicinity.
The ROG Strix XG32VQ is based on a VA panel (with viewing angles superior to TN), 32-inch convex and WQHD resolution, with maximum refresh rate of 144 Hz and support for FreeSync technology AMD To disable image ripping that will run in ranges between 48 and Hz to 144 Hz.
The XG32VQ design is very similar to the PG27VQ, with the same beautiful backlighting Aura, and includes typical 300 nit brightness, average 4 millisecond response times, 1 3,000 static contrast, one HDMI 2.0 connection DisplayPort One 1.4, hub with a pair USB 3.0 and 125 coverage of the color gamut of the sRGB standard. And the price? 550 pounds in the UK (including tax) that may be translated into a recommended cost of 600 or 650 dollars in North America.
The latest and favorite model is the ROG Strix XG35VQ, with an 35-inch convex VA panel and 3,440 × 1,440 pixel resolution, with 100 percent coverage of the sRGB standard color gamut, 4 millisecond grayscale, 300 Nit, 1 Contrast: 2,500 and FreeSync support in the frequency range between 48 Hz and 100 Hz. This screen also offers one HDMI 2.0 connection, one connection DisplayPort 1.4 and ZOOM USB 3.0 - and its official price will be worth about 800 pounds, including the UK's 20 VAT rates.
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