ASUS to release 34-inch gaming monitor

ASUS to release 34-inch gaming monitor

An often overlooked fact is that gaming is not all about powerful hardware – you also need a nice monitor in order to have fun while playing the latest games. So when you are looking for nice new gaming hardware you should not forget to check the latest monitors too.

Fortunately, there’s one very promising solution coming our way. It turns out that ASUS plans to release a new high-end gaming monitor that will be known as ROG Swift PG348Q. As you can see in the name, the ROG Swift PG348Q will belong to the Republic of Gamers hardware line and will have a large 34-inch display. The monitor will rely on IPS technology to display visuals and will have a 100 Hz refresh rate, 1 ms of response time, support for NVIDIA G-Sync, ULMB, 300 cd/m2 of brightness and a working resolution of 4K. In addition to all this the ROG Swift PG348Q will also have the ASUS GamePlus technology for hardcore gamers. This technology allows users to quickly adjust important display settings and choose among 6 display modes in an instant.

There’s no information how much the upcoming ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q monitor will cost but given the tech specs the device will not be cheap at all.

Source: Windowscentral.com

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