Nvidia announces new Mini-LED monitors and confirms the Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ release
After last year’s flagship Asus PG27UQ monitor dubbed as the best monitor you can buy, Nvidia are announcing a new set of G-Sync Ultimate Mini-LED gaming monitors. The Asus PG27UQ supports up to 4K resolution running at 144Hz refresh rate. The display was able to achieve 1000 nit brightness, being certified as DisplayHDR 1000, DCI-P3 colour and 50,000:1 contrast ratios.
Like their predecessors, the newly announced monitors will also run at up to 144Hz at 4K HDR-10. However, the previous 384-zone LED controllable backlights have been upgraded to 576 zones. As a result, less blooming and deeper blacks are achieved in dark scenes with light contents. Contrast ratios of 1,000,000:1 (typical) are also achievable, compared to just 1000:1 for 2018 IPS monitors.
Further to the above, Asus are also readying their ROG Swift PG35VQ for its imminent launch. The Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ has a resolution of 3440×1440, is 35 inches wide and has a 1800R curve. What’s impressive is that the monitor has been recently certified as DisplayHDR 1000 and should also be able to achieve up to 200 Hz.
ACER also has a similar display to the Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ coming soon. The Predator X35 will have the same features as the Asus monitor as it will be using the same AUO panel technology.