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ASUS officially launches their ROG Strix XG27VQ FreeSync display

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ASUS officially launches their ROG Strix XG27VQ FreeSync display

ASUS officially launches their ROG Strix XG27VQ FreeSync display

 
ASUS has officially revealed their new ROG Strix XG27VQ display, which offers a maximum refresh rate of 144Hz and supports VESA Adaptive-Sync/AMD FreeSync. 

This new display will offer a resolution of 1080p as ASUS' new Extreme Low Motion Blur technology, making images as sharp as possible at even this display's maximum refresh rate. This display also comes with a 1800R curve, which allows for a more comfortable viewing experience, especially when used in a multi-monitor setup. 

The Republic of Gamers Strix series of gaming displays is the brands first ever FreeSync line of gaming monitors, with the XG27VQ coming with a VA panel type, a FreeSync range of 48-144Hz (LFC compliant) and 72% coverage of the NTSC colour gamut. 
 
 

The upcoming ROG Strix XG27VQ gaming monitor blends silky-smooth graphics and gorgeous gaming aesthetics to deliver an incredible gaming experience. It's going to be the monitor of choice for professional gamers and MOBA aficionados!

 

ASUS officially launches their ROG Strix XG27VQ FreeSync display

 

This new display does not mention any form of HDR support in its specifications, which is unsurprising given this display's resolution, a max brightness of 300 cd/m^2 and use of an 8-bit panel type.  

In terms of unique features, this display is the first ASUS FreeSync display to offer ASUS AURA Suny support and ASUS' customisable "light signature" stand which offers height, tilt and directional adjustment options. This display will also come with a 1800R curvature and a 27" panel size. 

  ASUS tease their ROG Strix XG27VQ 144Hz FreeSync monitor

 

This display will be available from September 4th and will release with an MSRP of £409.99 including VAT.

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' ROG Strix XG27VQ gaming display on the OC3D Forums.  

 

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16-08-2017, 08:18:57

Drebin
This monitor's got some nice features but there's no chance that I'd ever buy a curved monitor, especially a 27" curved.
I used to use a 40" monitor and at no point did I ever think it needed a curve. This fashion of curved monitors is just silly I think.Quote

16-08-2017, 09:19:36

Gambit2K
Sometimes it feels like we are going backward when it comes to monitors. 1080p on a 27" is to low a resolution on that screensize.. And 1080p on 32" is just crazy bad (seems to have become a thing that manufacturers started with recently).Quote

16-08-2017, 09:57:16

Bartacus
Not to mention 4K at 27" (another screen of course).

I don't understand monitor mfgs these days at all. Curved panels this small?!? Pfft, that's dumb #1. Rainbow backlight, dumb #2. Motion blur tech? When has this been needed, ever? Dumb #3. Aura support? Really? On a MONITOR?!?! For a BACKLIGHT?!? Dumb #4. I see nothing good here except 144hz, which isn't really impressive on a 1080p panel.Quote
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