ASUS has unveiled their latest ROG Swift Gaming Monitor, the PG35VQ. This massive 35-inch display stretches across an ultra-wide 21:9 panel offering 3440 x 1440 resolution, a 200 Hz refresh rate and comes with NVIDIA’s G-SYNC technology (30 – 200 Hz variable).
The display confirms to the HDR10 standard and offers quantum dot technology. Because of this it allows the monitor to support the wider DCI-P3 color space, which it typically associated with cinema projectors.
The maximum brightness of the display is an impressive 1000 nits, or roughly three times what you would get with traditional monitors. The bright whites do not come at the expense of deep blacks either. Localized dimming is part of the secret behind this displays vast contract range. The panel is illuminated by 512 individual LEDs that can be controlled independently to darken specific portions of the picture.
LEDs are responsible fore more than just the backlighting; the ROG Swift PG35VQ has integrated RGB illumination that’s part of our Aura Sync ecosystem. Monitors are the last piece of the puzzle for a diverse collection of Sync-enabled components that now spans basically every piece of a PC, from ROG motherboards, graphics cards, and peripherals to memory, cases, and other gear from ASUS partners.
ASUS will also have a PG27UQ which has a 4K resolution and 144 Hz refresh rate.