Asus has a 4K gaming monitor with HDMI 2.1
Asus has a 4K gaming monitor with HDMI 2.1

Asus is preparing to release its first gaming monitor that supports HDMI 2.1. When connected to a Windows PC, Xbox Series X, or PS5 compatible computer, the monitor has enough bandwidth to display 4K resolution of 120 frames per second.

According to ASUS, the ROG Swift PG32UQ is the world's first gaming monitor to support 32-inch HDMI 2.1 ports, two of which support the latest standards.

By connecting via DisplayPort 1.4, ROG Swift PG32UQ can display 4K content with a 144Hz refresh rate on a PC.

For this function, ASUS attributes it to a technology called DSC broadcast compression, which compresses UHD broadcasts without significantly affecting the visual quality.

Similar to the Acer Nitro XV28 gaming monitor announced last week, the ROG Swift PG32UQ gaming monitor won't ship until Q2 2021.

Aus has not split the price for this model, but it is expected that the price will be no less than $ 900. That's the price of Acer's smaller 28-inch Nitro XV28.

Both have a 4K IPS panel, a 144Hz refresh rate, and a 1ms response time. However, Asus may be the first choice for PC gamers due to its larger screen. .

The monitor supports variable refresh rate HDMI 2.1 and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. Although the frame rate will of course change over time, the refresh rate can be synchronized with the GPU.

ASUS said: ROG Swift PG32UQ is currently accepting NVIDIA G-SYNC certification for use with GeForce graphics cards.

And it should be compatible with Nvidia variable refresh rate to avoid screen malfunctions. With a 144Hz refresh rate, smooth and clear visual effects can be achieved even in the fastest games.

The ROG Swift PG32UQ gaming monitor supports ASUS VESA DisplayHDR 600 with a peak brightness of 600 nits, which means it has higher brightness than the Acer Nitro XV28.

The monitor is factory calibrated to ensure color accuracy. It covers sRGB series and 98% of DCI-P3 series.

According to the company, ROG Swift PG32UQ delivers a feature-rich 4K display for PC games and consoles.

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