ASUS announce their new PG35VQ HDR 21:9 200Hz display

ASUS announce their new PG35VQ HDR 21:9 200Hz display

ASUS announce their new PG35VQ HDR 21:9 200Hz display

ASUS announce their new ROG Swift PG35VQ HDR 21:9 200Hz display

At their Computex 2017 press conference, ASUS' Republic of Gamers division has announced their new PG35VQ display, which comes with a Quantum Dot display panel, an Ultra-wide 35-inch screen size, a maximum refresh rate of 200Hz and support for HDR technology.  
This display is expected to offer a resolution of 3440x1440 and support Nvidia's G-Sync HDR technology like ASUS' other ROG Swift branded displays.  


ASUS announce their new PG35VQ HDR 21:9 200Hz display


At this time it is unknown whether or not there will be an AMD FreeSync 2 version of this display, or the official pricing and release date of the PG35VG. 


You can join the discussion on ASUS' PG35VQ Ultrawide Quantum Dot HDR display on the OC3D Forums.


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30-05-2017, 07:17:22

Fap fap fap!

My wallet is $!%¤#@ at me...Quote

30-05-2017, 07:27:04

By what standard is HDR determined here? Is this panel 10-bit and capable of 1000nit brightness, or are monitors going the same way as TV's with any and every manufacturer selling HDR monitors which they aren't truly capable of achieving the standard for it?

I'd also like to know what the connectivity options are... it must be DP 1.4, or perhaps 2.0?Quote

30-05-2017, 07:27:32

Presumably this is VA? It looks like IPS is being sidelined for now. That said, I'm hoping for more Freesync 2 news.Quote

30-05-2017, 07:28:57

Yeah, expect 2 things from this: Insanely priced (more than the current ones at over £1000) and major quality issues.

Nah, ROG products have failed in my eyes badly. Insanely overpriced as well.Quote

30-05-2017, 08:02:18

I don't get the point of this display. Yes all those spec sound epic on the box, but... What hardware can run new AAA games on 3440x1440 and 200Hz??? I don't think they will sell many of these. And they will probably suffer as PG279Q did on launch.

Edit: They should be focused on putting more 2560x1440 displays on the market.Quote

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