ASUS reveals two Disegno Curve monitors

ASUS reveals two Disegno Curve monitors

ASUS has continued the trend of presenting new gaming hardware with the debut of two Disegno Curve gaming monitors that carry the MX34VQ and MX27UC product names. Each one of the two monitors has some unique features but unfortunately the information that we have at the moment is limited.

The ASUS MX34VQ features a 34-inch display as the name of the device suggests and comes with an 1800 mm curvature radius. This curved monitor also features a 21:9 aspect ratio and works at 3440 x 1440 pixels. The MX34VQ is equipped with two 8W Harman Kardon speakers and its stand even comes with a Qi wireless charging pad.

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The ASUS MX27UC is a 27-inch monitor that features IPS technology and that works at 3840 x 2160 pixels (4K resolution). The device boasts 100 per cent sRGB coverage and includes two 3-watt speakers. Unlike the MX34VQ, the MX27UC sports a USB Type-C connector that can be used for data transfers, device charging and other similar activities.

Unfortunately this is everything that we know of these two new ASUS monitors but we may have more details a bit later. The prices and the availability dates for both monitors are also unknown.

Source: Tom’s Hardware Guide

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