Kicking off a new era of impressively huge gaming monitors, Asus Republic of Gamers (ROG) has announced 3 new VA panels in its future Strix XG HDR range at CES 2019 – the 32-inch Strix XG32VQR, the forty three-inch XG438Q and the 49-inch Strix XG49VQ.
The entry-level 32-inch model sports activities a QHD resolution (2560 x 1440) in a 16:nine facet ratio with a 144Hz refresh price on a curved panel, when the drastically much larger forty three-inch model features a 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) in a 16:nine facet ratio with a slighter decreased 120Hz refresh price on a flat panel.
Ultra-vast lovers will undoubtedly be thrilled for Asus’ 49-inch model, which delivers a ‘superwide’ resolution (3840 x 1080) in an eye-opening 32:nine facet ratio alongside with a 144Hz refresh price.
The monitors all boast a reaction time of 4ms (GTG), FreeSync 2 assist and HDR-certification by VESA, which means every single display had to meet selected standards for exhibiting HDR information in get to generate VESA’s coveted DisplayHDR badge.
Compared with the 32-inch and 49-inch styles, which have a peak brightness of 450 nits, the forty three-inch Strix XG438Q is DisplayHDR 600 compliant, which means it truly is capable of a peak luminance of 600 nits.
When pricing and actual release specifics have yet to be announced, Asus is preparing to bring all 3 monitors to market place in Q2 2019.