Asus introduced the 27-inch monitor with quantum dot display
10.02.2017 Erika J. Wells 0 Comments
Asus has announced a 27-inch ROG Swift monitor PG27UQ with extended dynamic range designed for professionals and gamers. The novelty supports G-Sync, and HDR is one of the first monitors of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a refresh rate of 144 Hz.
Thanks to the technology of quantum dots has a new full standard coverage of DCI-P3 for more accurate colors and smooth gradation. Maximum screen brightness is stated at 1000 CD/m2. High contrast ratio ensures a clear division of light and dark shades, and the technology Nvidia G-Sync — a smoother output image.
According to the company, the resolution of 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels) and refresh rate 144Гц allow you to achieve images of high resolution with smooth frame rates. This monitor will easily cope with displaying dynamic scenes in the game without delay and blurry pictures. Thus, gamers get an advantage in first person shooters, racing, real time strategy and sports tournaments.
The monitor is equipped with two DisplayPort and one HDMI 1.4 to play content with 4K resolution and connect additional devices.
Monitors with support for Nvidia G-Sync, High Dynamic Range (HDR) provides a greater range of brightness of the image, familiar to the human eye, and offer a wider color gamut compared with conventional monitors, said the company. The monitor supports G-Sync HDR, which guarantees high quality picture and a brighter picture than conventional displays. Thanks to the technology of flexible control of LED backlight the screen is divided into 384 zones, each of which is managed separately, which provides higher contrast and more natural black color, the company explained.
Technology quantum dots further improves the brightness of images and implements support for the color space DCI-P3, which is 25% wider than sRGB. This increases the realism of the picture. In turn, a 27-inch IPS-matrix, installed in the ROG Swift PG27UQ, has wide viewing angles and avoids color distortion even when viewing at different angles.