Asus is adding a FreeSync screen to the blend, that one a 35-inches model (ROG XG35VQ) with curved VA panel and 100Hz refresh rate. From the bigger version of the business’s 32-in . ROG XG32VQ, but with an increased resolution and lower refresh rate.
The 35-inches panel has a 3440×1440 resolution (21:9 aspect ratio) and an 1800R curvature. Corresponding to Asus, it provides accurate color duplication with completely coverage of the sRGB color space. In addition, it has a 2,500:1 distinction percentage and 300 nits lighting.
What’s perhaps most interesting is the fact that it can struck a 100Hz refresh rate with FreeSync allowed at that consistency. Coupled with a 4ms response time, this appears like a good option for fast gameplay on a huge and wide display.
“Ultra-wide desktop screens bring a complete new degree of video games immersion. Their broader view of the world expands in to the periphery, pulling you deeper in to the action with no distracting seams of multi-monitor configs. Cover the display around a curve, transform it up to 100Hz, and synchronize with Radeons like the new ROG Strix RX Vega 64, and you have a formula for captivating video gaming,” Asus says.
Connectivity options upon this screen include HDMI 2.0 and HDMI 1.4 jacks (one each), DisplayPort 1.2, a headphone jack port, and a dual-port USB 3.0 hub.
You can find some RGB light here as well. The ROG brand on the trunk of the screen signals up, as does indeed a wedding ring around the guts.
Corresponding to eTeknix, the XG35VQ will be accessible around the center of the following month for ?800. There is no reference to US prices, but that’s equal to around $1,057. Reuters