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Asus announces a trio of HDMI 2.1 game monitors for the new consoles



Asus has announced a trio of HDMI 2.1-enabled gaming monitors that will be perfect for the latest consoles. The ROG Swift XG43UQ is a 43-inch 4K gaming monitor with a VA panel and a 144Hz refresh rate. This screen provides the brightest image of the thread with a brightness of 1000 nit and covers 90% DCI-P3 of the color spectrum.Best of all, the ROG Swift XG43UQ has two HDMI 2.1 ports, so you can connect both the Xbox Series X and PS5 to this monitor. You’ll also find a DisplayPort 1.4 port with DSC (Display Stream Compression), which essentially allows this monitor to push a 144Hz 4K experience without going into chroma undersampling or any drop in visual quality. The Asus ROG Swift XG43UQ also includes ELMB Sync to eliminate lubrication and motion sharpness, resulting in sharper animations for more fluid and responsive gaming.

Asus ROG Swift PG32UQ

Asus ROG Swift PG32UQ

Asus claims that the ROG Swift PG32UQ is the first 32-inch game monitor with HDMI 2.1 that utilizes the 4K IPS panel with a 144Hz refresh rate. Even better, it has two HDMI 2.1 ports plus a DisplayPort 1.4 port with DSC.

The Asus ROG Swift PG32UQ also has a fantastic bright and vibrant panel that shows 98% DCI-P3 color space and hits a 600 nit top brightness. It also comes with G-Sync and Reflex Latency Analyzer modules, so you get real hardware-based G-Sync, and you can measure how long a game mouse click takes to translate into action on the screen.

Asus TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A

Last was the Asus TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A, a 28-inch 4K gaming monitor with an IPS panel, 144Hz refresh rate and 1 ms response time. On this screen you also get 125% sRGB and 90% DCI-P3 color coverage, 400 nit top brightness, ELMB Sync and variable refresh rate technology.

Asus has not yet appreciated any of these screens, but they will roll out in the second quarter of 2021, so expect them to fall sometime between April and July.

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Kevin Lee is IGN’s Editor for Hardware and Roundups. Follow him on Twitter @baggingspam




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