The common point in the monitors on display at ASUS CES is the high refresh rate and, in most cases, HDMI 2.1, with only one cuckoo egg between them.
Recently, ASUS has unveiled the 4K 144G ROG Swift PG32UQ monitor, but as it turns out, it was just the first swallow among the manufacturer’s new displays, with three more displays for gamers unveiled at CES. Two of them, the 43-inch ROG Strix XG43UQ and the 28-inch TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A, already have two HDMI 2.1 inputs to display 4K120p, making these monitors an ideal choice for new-generation console owners.
The ROG Strix XG43UQ is based on a 4K resolution VA panel with a maximum refresh rate of 144 Hz and a response time of 1 millisecond, along with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, HDMI VRR (variable refresh rate) and ALLM (auto low-latency mode) support. . In addition to the two HDMI 2.1s, the giant monitor with two HDMI 2.0 inputs also received the VESA DisplayHDR 1000 plecsnit, and in terms of color space coverage, the 90% DCI-P3 is the only data known.
The TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A panel is also characterized by 4K, 144 Hz and 1 ms, but this is already an IPS display with 90% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space, but HDR certification. ” only ”HDR400. Support for variable refresh rate and two HDMI 2.1 and HDMI 2.0 connectors are also provided here, and an optional DisplayPort 1.4 input is on the back.
The 27-inch G-Sync ROG Swift PG279QM now only has HDMI 2.0, in exchange for a 1440p IPS panel with a higher refresh rate than its – probably more expensive – counterparts, even at 240 Hz instead of 144 Hz we can play on it. The HDR400 plecsnit is also included with this monitor, and the DCI-P3 color space is already 95% supported.
The last character in our article is a bit out of line, as the manufacturer is not only a gamer, but not even a desktop environment. The ProArt PA148CTV is a 14-inch portable touchscreen display based on IPS technology that can be used with a notebook, tablet, or even a smartphone via a microHDMI or USB Type-C connection – but of course, operation with a PC is not excluded.
The display has 100% sRGB color space coverage and a matte finish, and the stepless fold-out support helps ensure comfortable use. There is also a configurable dial on the back of the device, which allows you to manage your devices in Adobe Photoshop, for example, and the video below can even use the monitor as a software interface in that program.
The manufacturer did not comment on the price of the novelties, but the second quarter start is only true for the first three models, we do not have such information for the ProArt display.
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