Asus and its Republic of Gamers (ROG) model on Monday at CES 2020 introduced two new gaming displays, the ROG Swift 360Hz and ROG Swift PG32UQX. The first is a 24.5-inch Nvidia G-Sync supporting e-sports show with a jaw-dropping 360Hz refresh price, whereas the latter is a 32-inch Nvidia G-Sync gaming monitor with a 144Hz refresh price. The ROG Swift 360Hz and ROG Swift PG32UQX shows shall be accessible later this yr, with pricing to be introduced nearer to availability.
The Asus ROG Swift 360Hz gaming monitor is claimed by Asus to place out a whopping 50 p.c extra frames each second in comparison with ‘standard’ 240Hz displays, supplying e-sports and aggressive avid gamers with the sting they should win. As we talked about, the ROG Swift 360Hz is Nvidia G-Sync licensed, and contains a full-HD decision. Unfortunately, pricing and precisely availability info will not be recognized for now.
Coming to the Asus ROG Swift PG32UQX, the gaming monitor is Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate licensed. It additionally options DisplayHDR 1400 compliance for displaying HDR content material. The 32-inch 4K decision monitor has a 16:9 side ratio, a 10-bit color panel. It makes use of Mini-LED backlighting tech, stated to assist ship a peak brightness of 1,400 nits. It has a 144Hz refresh price, and Asus can also be touting 1,152 zones of dynamic native dimming.
“The ROG Swift PG32UQX would not maintain again in type, designed with a number of textures on the again of the show, separated by a refined diagonal chrome strip. An Aura Sync-enabled RGB LED ROG brand lets customers coordinate the PG32UQX with different Aura Sync-enabled parts for a totally harmonised battle station. And a brand projector within the base of the ROG trademark twisted stand lets customers showcase the Republic of Gamers brand or show a personalized brand utilizing the included clean discs,” the corporate stated in a press release.
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