ASUS to unleash PQ321Q 4K monitor

The upcoming ASUS PQ321Q 4K monitor has surfaced online where hardware enthusiasts and gamers can pre-order the device now.

The ASUS PQ321Q belongs to the company’s ROG gamer line and measures 750 x 489 x 256 mm for total weight of 13 kilograms. The monitor is based on IGZO technology and works at 3840 x 2160 pixels (140 ppi). The rest of the specs include 350 cd/m2 of brightness, 800:1 of static contrast ratio, 8 ms of response time, 176-degree viewing angles and 60 Hz of refresh rate. The ASUS PQ321Q also comes with two 2W built-in speakers. As to power consumption the PQ321Q needs 93 watts of power while working, 6 watts of power in sleep mode and 1 watt of power when turned off but still plugged in a power outlet.

You may expect the ASUS PQ321Q to not be cheap and it is not – the monitor costs USD 3499.


Source: ASUS

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