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Computex 2017: Asus showcases monster 35-inch, 200 Hz, UWQHD gaming monitor

Asus appeared of the most recent gaming screen in its Republic of Gamers line exhibited the new ROG Swift PG35VQ, interestingly at the current year's Computex tradition in Taipei in light of its long-lasting adversary Acer's lead screens reported a week ago. 

The creature of a screen accompanies a quantum speck LCD, and a huge 35-inch bended UWQHD (3440×1440). The already declared model, called the PG27VQ had a 27-inch show with a viewpoint proportion of 16:9 however the PG35VQ will have a ultra wide perspective proportion of 21:9. 

In spite of the fact that the specs of the Swift PG35VQ essentially match Acer's lead screens, what truly separates the PG35VQ is the expansion of a 200 Hz invigorate rate. Acer is just publicizing their present screens at 100 Hz, overclockable to 120 Hz. The invigorate rate beat the effectively noteworthy 166 Hz found in Swift's past model. The outline of the screen highlights underglow lighting (which you can tweak yourself), and a nearly sans bezel fa├žade giving the screen a suitably cutting edge look. Obviously, more seasoned, 240 Hz offerings from both organizations are as of now accessible. 

While determination and picture quality are critical, invigorate rate and reaction time are the most essential specs for any gaming screen. This helped revive rate combined with Nvidia's G-Sync bolster, quantum dab innovation, and HDR will probably make for a portion of the silkiest and sexiest gaming encounters accessible. 

There isn't right now any given sticker price for Swift PG35VQ however it is supposed to be propelled around $899. The date of discharge isn't clear also, be that as it may, as indicated by NVIDIA, the screen will authoritatively land in Q4 of 2017. 

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