ASUS ROG at a Berlin based even is introducing three monitors. The Republic of gamers displays will move towards Quantum Dot technology that you already know from Samsung, two new gaming monitors will be HDR10 compatible.
ASUS is the introduce three models, a 1920x1080 based ROG STRIX XG27VQ. This model will get a 144Hz display and a Curved design. A step upwards is the 2K model at 165 Hz tagged ROG SWIFT PG27VQ. This again will be a curved screen however this model is not HDR ready but has quantum dot technology display with GSYNC adapter.
Last but not finally is an Ultra HD screen, the ROG SWIFT PG27UQ. This GSYNC enabled screen once again uses a Quantum Dot panel and is a HDR ready screen rated at 144 Hz, PG27UQ offer 1,000cd/m² peak brightness and thus that 10-bit color depth. This 27-inch IPS display is the next generation in gaming monitor technology to deliver super-fine detail, buttery-smooth gameplay and life-like colors. The screens will have configurable AURA RGB LED functionality. PG27UQ only has one DP port for native 4K. Specifics and specification I will add to this news-item later.
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