At CES in Las Vegas, Asus offered cut-out 42 and 48-inch OLED screens for video games.
During its press conference at CES in Las Vegas this Tuesday, Asus focused on its products in line with gaming in its ROG range. Except for a new PC ROG Cyphers And a ROG Flow 2-in-1 Tablet, The Taiwanese manufacturer has released two new ones PC monitors Old for video games.
Also known as ROG Swift OLED PG42UQ and PG48UQ, these are 42 and 48 inch diagonal screens respectively. Suffice it to say that they are beyond traditional PC monitors in 24 or 27 inch formats. Especially with the classic ratio of 16: 9 we have to do here.
After all, what sets these two OLED monitors apart from a regular TV set is the lack of a TV tuner and the functionality associated with video games. In addition to the Oled panel used here, Asus also integrates an anti-reflective coating to control user discomfort as much as possible. In both cases, we see a 4K definition with an upgrade rate of up to 120 Hz. Oled obliges, the variant advertised by Asus is particularly high, can go up to 1,000,000: 1. The same goes for the DCI-P3 color space coverage, measuring 99%, while the colorimetric delta E 2 announced by Asus when leaving the factory is lower and the maximum brightness is 900 cd. can go up to / m².
Screens suitable for PC and console gaming
Aside from the image quality, the most important thing for gamers is the responsiveness of the screen. Also, the two new monitors introduced by the Asian manufacturer can boast 0.1 ms response time. Who says the screen planned for the game is a link to height and we will see enough features on this page as well. PG42UQ and PG48UQ benefit from both sockets HDMI 2.1, Two HDMI 2.0 sockets, a DisplayPort 1.4 socket and a USB hub. Up to 4K at 120 Hz is enough to enjoy the best quality players. If this configuration is a little less on the computer, it is best to allow the latest generation consoles.
For now, Asus has not yet announced the price and availability of its two new screens in France.
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