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Asus Announces 540 Hz, 49-inch 5K and 27-inch OLED ROG Gaming Monitors

Earlier this year, AUO demonstrated laptop and desktop displays. 480 Hz twisted nematic (TN) panelHowever, Asus goes above and beyond with the new Swift Pro PG248QP. It also uses a TN panel, but bumps the refresh rate to 540 Hz when overclocked.

The Swift Pro PG248QP features 24-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, supports Nvidia G-Sync adaptive sync technology, and Nvidia Reflex Analyzer for measuring system latency. Unfortunately, Asus doesn’t provide any information on the panel’s native refresh rate and other relevant specs such as response time, typical/maximum brightness and contrast ratio.

Asus Swift Pro PG248QP (Image credit: Asus)

However, Asus points out that the Swift Pro PG248QP features what it calls “retractable claws” for the monitor base that can swing in or out based on customer preference. The platform is[frees] Provides more desktop space for players who prefer to keep their keyboard and mouse closer to their monitor. ”

Asus ROG Strix XG49WCR (Image credit: Asus)

For those who prefer a larger display to speed as the best gaming monitor, Asus also announced the ROG Strix XG49WCR. This 49-inch monitor features his 5120 x 1440 resolution with a native 165Hz refresh rate and 1800R curve. Additionally, ROG Strix XG49WCR supports AMD FreeSync Premium right out of the box, capable of achieving 125% of the sRGB color space.

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