What simply occurred? Asus has shared extra details about its upcoming ultra-fast refresh price, professional gaming monitor, the ROG Swift Professional PG248QP. The esports-grade gaming accent was launched at CES again in January, however some key particulars have been withheld till only in the near past.
The ROG Swift Pro PG248QP includes a 24.1-inch Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) esports TN (E-TN) panel boasting an excellent speedy 540 Hz refresh price. In accordance with newly revealed specs, the non-glare panel affords a 16:9 facet ratio, 400 nits of peak brightness, 1000:1 distinction ratio, and a 0.2ms GTG response time, and covers 125 p.c of the sRGB colour area.
Asus’ newest moreover helps Nvidia G-Sync and Nvidia Reflex Analyzer, which helps measure system latency. You additionally get Extremely Low Movement Blur 2 (ULMB 2), a tech that gives enhanced movement blur discount and might ship “over 2,000 Hz of efficient movement readability,” in addition to 4 filter settings to scale back the quantity of dangerous blue gentle.
With GameVisual, you may select between seven pre-set show modes optimized for several types of content material. Modes might be togged utilizing the on-screen settings menu or by way of a hotkey. The ESS Codec resolution, in the meantime, is alleged to provide lag-free audio and assist improve varied sound results.
The PG248QP makes use of a singular base with retractable ft that may be folded inward to take up much less area in your desk. Connectivity-wise, you get a DisplayPort 1.4 DSC (Show Stream Compression) port, two HDMI v2.0 ports, two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Kind A ports, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
So, when will you be capable to get your palms on the ROG Swift Professional PG248QP and maybe extra importantly, how a lot will it set you again? Effectively, that we nonetheless have no idea. Contemplating it has been 10 months because it was first introduced, nevertheless, we’ve to suppose it’s almost able to go. With a bit of luck, maybe it’s going to hit the market in time for the vacations. As for value, nicely… it’s in all probability not going to be tremendous reasonably priced.