Asus showed a whole bunch of cool stuff at CES, including new systems, parts, peripherals, and more. But today, we want to gush about the company…
Asus showed a whole bunch of cool stuff at CES, including new systems, parts, peripherals, and more. But today, we want to gush about the company’s three new ROG displays. The XG438Q, XG49VQ, and XG32VQR are all large gaming monitors based around VA LCD panels that support AMD’s Radeon Freesync 2 HDR standard.
Asus ROG Strix XG438Q
First up is the model that Asus is the most proud of, and rightfully so. The XG438Q is a massive 43″ monitor with a 3840×2160 resolution. It supports a 120-Hz refresh rate, and Asus says the display can reproduce 90% of the DCI-P3 color space. Its powerful LED backlight supports local dimming and can shine at up to 600 cd/m² peak brightness, although Asus doesn’t comment on the number of individual dimming zones.

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