and Twitter post by ROG Global, Asus has announced an all-new 240 Hz 1440p ROG gaming monitor with OLED display panel technology. The monitor is called the PG27AQDM and will be Asus’ first OLED gaming monitor with a typical display size of just 27 inches. The monitor will be unveiled in full at CES 2023, and we can expect detailed specs, first impressions, and hopefully the price of the monitor – which can get very expensive.
A sneak peek gives a glimpse into the monitor’s design language, featuring the same red and gray ROG theme and the same three-legged stand as other ROG monitors. What is different, however, is the monitor’s razor-thin shroud that surrounds the outer edges of the display. This is an attribute of OLED’s self-luminous technology that doesn’t require an overall depth from monitor to function compared to other display technologies, giving the panel a futuristic design.
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The 27-inch PG27AQDM is the smallest OLED monitor we’ve seen from Asus so far. Asus’ previous OLED implementations have only existed in large displays with sizes over 40 inches, so this alone will be an important feature for most gamers. The 27-inch form factor is a huge win for users who want all the benefits OLED can offer, even while sitting at normal monitor viewing distance. Most of the best gaming monitors are 27″ or 32″.
The monitor has a 240 Hz refresh rate and a 1440p (2560 x 1440) display, so Asus is definitely targeting hardcore gamers who want the most responsive panel they can get their hands on. . OLED technology is inherently superior in this area. It has industry-leading response times as well as superior color and brightness to see your enemies more accurately.
A good example of this is LG’s new 27-inch UltraGear OLED gaming monitor, which features a response time of just 0.03ms. By comparison, most other gaming monitors without OLED technology are in the 1ms or 0.5ms range at best. We don’t know the exact OLED panel Asus uses or its specs, but we expect response times to be similar to other of his OLED panels.
Here is the 1440p endgame monitor. Stay tuned for more exciting details about CES 2023.December 8, 2022