After the ROG Strix GL702ZC gaming laptop, Asus also announced the ROG Swift PG27VQ Curved Gaming Monitor with a more advanced system, refresh rate to 165Hz, response time is 1ms only and supports Nvidia G-Sync. With these parameters, Asus ROG Swift PG27VQ price has been increased up to $799 and it is now available to buy on Amazon.com in USA.
ASUS has changed the design of this gaming monitor with frameless bezels and eye-catching decorative elements such as Aura Sync lighting technology can be customized and synchronized with much other hardware of PC such as a motherboard, graphics card, mouse.
This ASUS ROG monitor is also outfitted with the integrated Aura Sync lighting technology around the hinge of the monitor with a base and more impressive when the backlight is extruded through the stand base. In addition to the base, LED ROG logo straight down the table, can be simply customized but does not support AURA sync.
ROG Swift PG27VQ features a 27-inch display, 1800R curved, WQHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels). The highlight of the Asus PG27VQ is refresh rate up to 165 Hz and response time is 1 ms. ASUS always focuses on response time to most of its gaming monitors and to reach 1 ms, the company can choose only TN platform. The PG27VQ’s high brightness display with 400nit maximum, 1000:1 contrast ratio and the viewing angle above 160 degrees from either side, top to bottom or bottom up, surely will not be wide.
ROG Swift PG27VQ has a fairly flexible base design, which allows for height adjustment, tilt and wall mounting with VESA mount systems. In addition, the slim bezel design is also ideal for multi-monitor setups. On connectivity, the ROG Swift PG270VQ is equipped with HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2, two USB 3.0 A ports and a headphone jack.
There is a support for Nvidia G-Sync technology and ULMB (Ultra-Low Motion Blur) technology minimizes ghosting as well as providing a sharper image experience with fast motion. With a 165 Hz refresh rate, 1 ms response time, G-Sync and ULMB support, the Asus PG27VQ promises to meet the needs of hardcore gamers, especially for FPS gamers.