Earlier this week, ASUS uncovered a new monitor under its ROG line of gaming peripherals. The ROG Swift PG349Q is an ultra-wide monitor with non-PWM dimming.
ROG Swift PG349Q Monitor
Measuring 34-inches and with a 3440 x 1440 QHD resolution, the ROG Swift PG349Q has a 120Hz refresh rate and supports NVIDIA’s G-sync technology. The display Additionally has a 1900R curvature and a viewing angle of 178°.
The monitor has a 330 cd/m² brightness, a 4ms response time and 1000:1 static contrast. It also uses a non-PWM method to give flicker-free brightness adjustment of the LED display.
The PG349Q has a stand shaped as a triple-blade fan with copper-colored accents. The back of the screen has the known ROG logo what has RGB LEDs built in. The lights can be customized by the Aura Sync RGB software. There is Furthermore an LED inside the neck of the monitor. The back is where you have the power and control buttons for the monitor.
The ROG Swift PG349Q has TUV Rheinland-certified ASUS Ultra-low Blue Light filters (up to four) to protect your eyes from harmful blue light and reduce eye strain from long gaming sessions.
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ASUS hasn’t unveiled details about pricing and availability still,. However, we don’t anticipate it to be inexpensive like the PG348Q launched for $999.