More and more players are opting to replace the dual-monitor setups with a single, larger screen and wider format, although on many occasions, we have seen how this impairs some of the features to some extent.
Something that we see widely corrected in the new ASUS ROG Swift PG329Q, which arrives the world’s fastest 32-inch gaming monitor thanks to the inclusion of a Fast IPS panel, its high refresh rate of up to 175 Hz, and a response time of just 1 millisecond.
ASUS ROG Swift PG329Q specs
As we see in the photos advanced by QZTQZ, the monitor follows the aesthetic lines of the PG family, with a flat panel with really thin bezels, and a rear full of details and visuals like a huge RGB-lit logo and that we can customize and synchronize through the AURA Sync application.
Raised for use on the eSports scene, this monitor comes under the association of “Super Kill”, adding some additional features like the stand. VESA HDR 600, which guarantees a color reproduction and a better contrast between light and dark levels, and more realistic and immersive final results.
So, in addition to support for both Freesync and G-Sync technologies from NVIDIA and AMD, the ASUS ROG Strix PG329Q is also equipped with the technology ASUS ELMB SYNC, which adds an additional layer to effectively remove unclear and dynamic blur from the game screen, making moving objects display with even greater clarity, smoother, and faster.
With a date yet to be specified, it seems that the company plans to launch this gaming monitor later this year, although for the moment it has not advanced any detail beyond what is shown here.
Therefore, we still do not know its possible starting price, although, given its characteristics and the price of the latest monitors in this family, it would be expected that the ASUS ROG Swift PG329Q will land under some figures. above 850 euros.