ASUS teases their 1440p ROG Swift ENDGAME 240Hz OLED gaming monitor
ASUS has something special to show us at CES
Published: 8th December 2022 | Source: ASUS ROG |
ASUS has revealed their ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM 1440p ENDGAME gaming monitor
At CEs 2023, ASUS plans to showcase their new ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM 1440p ENDGAME, a new gaming monitor from ASUS that features a 2560x1440 OLED screen that can operate at 240Hz.
With its high refresh rates and its OLED screen technology, ASUS' next-generation ROG Swift gaming monitor should be capable of delivering ultra fast response times and low levels of motion blur. OLED screens can offer gamers excellent gaming experiences, and in 2023 OLED screen technology is expected to become a lot more commonplace.
With this screen featuring ROG Swift branding, ASUS' new ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM 1440p ENDGAME almost certainly ships with both FreeSync and G-Sync support out of the box. The screen has a 27-inch screen size, and its OLED display panel will give users access to deeper blacks and a higher quality HDR experience than most other PC monitors. With this screen being gaming-oriented, the ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM 1440p ENDGAME is also likely to feature a Matte display coating.
ASUS plans to showcase their ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM 1440p ENDGAME gaming display at CES 2023 alongside a wide range of other products.
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32", 4K, 240Hz, OLED with no burn in, That is the dream monitor for me.
well there are burn in prevention features to stop it, but if you are dumb enough to turn that off, you are asking for trouble.
People really drive home this issue when it's not that common especially seeing as most phones use OLED and have high brightness displays, rarely ever here anything about burn in there as well.
Not saying it's impossible but it's definitely unlikelyQuote