Asus has a 32-inch 4K gaming monitor with HDMI 2.1 shipping later this year


Asus has a 32- inch 4K video gaming screen with HDMI 2.1 shipping later this year

Asus is preparing to release its first gaming screen to support HDMI 2.1, which boasts enough bandwidth to display as much as 4K resolution at 120 frames per 2nd when connected to a suitable Windows PC, Xbox Series X, or PS5. The ROG Swift PG32 UQ is, according to Asus, the world’s first 32- inch HDMI 2.1 gaming display, and both of its HDMI ports support the most recent requirement.

Connecting via DisplayPort 1.4 allows this display to show 4K at a 144 Hz refresh rate on PC if you have parts capable enough to soar that high. For this feature, Asus credits an innovation called Show Stream Compression (DSC) that compresses UHD streams without a noticeable drop in visual quality.

Like the Acer Nitro XV28 revealed recently, the ROG Swift PG32 UQ won’t deliver until sometime in Q22021 Asus hasn’t shared a price for this design, however do not anticipate anything under $899– that’s Acer’s price for the smaller 28- inch Nitro XV28 Both have a 4K 144 Hz IPS panel with a 1ms reaction time, but the Asus gadget might end up being the preferred choice amongst PC players considering that it has a larger screen with Nvidia G-Sync compatibility. (The XV28 has FreeSync Premium.)

Asus states the Swift is presently undergoing the certification process, however at launch, it must work with Nvidia’s variable refresh rate mode to eliminate screen tearing and artifacts.

Asus ROG Swift PG32UQ

A rear view of the PG32 UQ.
Image: Asus

The ROG Swift PG32 UQ supports HDR 600, enabling it to reach 600 cd/m2 peak brightness. That’s a bit brighter than the abovementioned Acer Nitro but still relatively dim beside lots of other HDR-ready display screens. The display is factory-calibrated for color precision, with full coverage of the sRGB range and 98 percent of the DCI-P3 gamut.


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