Asus is joining rival Acer in embracing the new HDMI 2.1 standard, which will allow desktop monitors to be used for either PC or console gaming. HDMI 2.1 support makes Asus’ new gaming displays versatile enough to be used with either Sony’s PlayStation 5 or Microsoft’s Xbox Series X consoles, as well as on desktop rigs supporting Nvidia’s RTX 3000 series graphics cards or AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 GPUs, as well as laptops. Standout features for the ROG Strix, ROG Swift, and TUF Gaming displays from Asus include 144Hz refresh rate, fast response times, and HDR support.
“ASUS is introducing 28-, 32- and 43-inch 144 Hz HDMI 2.1 gaming monitors for PC and console gamers,” the company stated in a press release. “Ideal for PC gamers, these displays support the newest graphics cards for stable
In addition to
Up to 43 inches of gaming bliss
The largest display in Asus’ lineup is the ROG Strix XG43UQ, which measures 43 inches diagonally. Essentially a small television for your desk, the screen of the XG43UQ supports a
If 43 inches is too big for your room or man cave, scaling down to the 32-inch ROG Swift PG32UQ will still give you a high resolution
The panel supports VESA DisplayHDR 600 and Asus’ Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync technology. For creatives, this panel covers up to 98% of the DCI-P3 color gamut.
Though not the smallest display in the lineup, the TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A is the Asus’ smallest
The panel is capable of covering 125% of the sRGB color space or 90% of the DCI-P3 gamut for creative edits, supports VESA DisplayHDR 400, and ships with Asus’s ELMB Sync technology.
And the smallest panel in size is the ROG Swift PG279QM, a 27-inch monitor that ships with a WQHD resolution screen. Sacrificing the
And something for professionals, too
In addition to gamers, Asus also announced a new ProArt Display PA329CV for creative professionals who demand color accuracy from their
For the ProArt monitor, connectivity can be done through either of the two HDMI ports, the single DisplayPort, or the USB-C port, Asus stated. Additionally, creatives can use the ProArt Preset and ProArt Palette software for easy color adjustments.
All of Asus’
In addition to these desktop displays, Asus also announced a number of portable displays under its various brands that can connect to
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