Earlier this 12 months, AUO demoed laptop computer and desktop shows that includes 480 Hz Twisted Nematic (TN) panels. Nevertheless, Asus goes above and past with its new Swift Professional PG248QP, which additionally makes use of a TN panel, however cranks the refresh fee to 540 Hz when overclocked.
The Swift Professional PG248QP has a 24-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) decision and helps Nvidia G-Sync adaptive sync know-how and the Nvidia Reflex Analyzer for measuring system latency. However sadly, Asus didn’t present any info on the native refresh fee for the panel or different pertinent specs like response time, typical/most brightness, or distinction ratio.
Nevertheless, Asus factors out that the Swift Professional PG248QP options what it calls “retractable claws” for the monitor base that may swing inward or outward based mostly on buyer desire. In keeping with the corporate, the rotating base “[frees] up desktop area for gamers preferring their keyboard and mouse nearer to the monitor.”
For people who want a bigger show over outright velocity for the greatest gaming displays, Asus additionally introduced the ROG Strix XG49WCR. This 49-inch monitor incorporates a 5120 x 1440 decision with a local 165Hz refresh fee and a 1800R curve. As well as, the ROG Strix XG49WCR helps AMD FreeSync Premium out of the field and may hit 125 p.c of the sRGB shade area.
You’ll additionally discover a complete port format together with DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0, a USB hub, an Ethernet port, a Sensible KVM change and 65-watt energy supply over USB-C for charging an hooked up laptop computer or different peripherals.
Shifting on, the ROG Swift PG32UQXR arrives as the primary ROG-branded monitor to assist the DisplayPort 2.1 interface (it additionally helps HDMI 2.1). The 32-inch monitor sports activities mini LED backlighting for improved distinction and a 4K (3840 x 2160) decision panel with a 160 Hz refresh fee. Asus says that the FALD backlighting options 576 impartial zones, can hit a most of 1000 nits brightness and achieves 95 p.c of the DCI-P3 shade gamut.
Lastly, there’s the ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM, which is a 27-inch monitor that comes with a WQHD (2560 x 1440) OLED panel with a 0.03 ms response time and a heady 240 Hz refresh fee.
Asus makes a giant deal about the way it optimized cooling throughout the monitor with fastidiously designed heatsinks and vents to enhance OLED panel longevity, which is nice information for purchasers that plan on protecting it for the lengthy haul. Asus claims that the ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM covers 99 p.c of the DCI-P3 shade area and reaches a peak brightness of 1000 nits.
At the moment, Asus is just confirming that the ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM will launch in Q1 2023, whereas the ROG Swift Professional PG248QP will bow in Q2 2023. Availability and pricing for the ROG Strix XG49WCR and ROG Swift PG32UQXR haven’t but been introduced.