It's rare that you get to physically go through and spend time with an entire catalogue of gaming displays - so when given the chance at PAX
we were keen to see the latest in ASUS
Gaming Displays across its Republic of Gamers
and TUF Gaming
range. From small competitive offerings to ultrawide beasts and even big screen TVs with high-end features - there was something to suit almost anyone.
And based on our history of reviewing ASUS displays, continued the company trend of great monitors. Case in point.
Ultra-Wide Perfection - ROG Swift PG35VQ (Link)
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This article is sponsored by ASUS.
Now we’re getting into premium territory, with what is easily one of the best gaming displays currently available the ROG Swift PG35VQ Ultra-Wide HDR Gaming Monitor. When it comes to high-end gaming or next-gen-like visuals the discussion often steers into the realm of 4K HDR. Where PC gaming has had an immersive edge in recent years has been with the rise of the ultrawide – displays that are in a sense like two monitors stuck together to create a truly cinematic 21:9 presentation. Even among ultrawide displays the ROG Swift PG35VQ is something of a monster. A large 35” 21:9 (3440 x 1440 pixel) display with 512 local dimming zones for great contrast and an insane 1000 nits peak brightness leading to a an ultrawide with DisplayHDR 1000 certification. The added DCI-P3 90% color gamut offers a stunning image, and the 200Hz 2ms, G-SYNC Ultimate refresh rate and response time make this, again, one of the best gaming displays currently available.