Up to now throughout CES there have been loads of new gaming displays unveiled, with ASUS seemingly saying probably the most choices on the market up to now, and this features a vary of its new HDMI 2.1 displays.
Whereas HDMI 2.1 displays are nonetheless not all that plentiful, or accessible at pretty reasonably priced costs, that’s altering because of a few of ASUS’ new choices that had been introduced as we speak. One notable monitor is the brand new TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A, which retails for $799. This seems to be ASUS’ most cost-effective possibility for HDMI 2.1, at the least for what was introduced this afternoon.
There’s additionally the ROG Swift PG32UQ which retails for $999. The principle variations between these two are the aesthetics, and the display measurement. Which accounts for a lot of the distinction in price. Whereas the TUF Gaming monitor is a 28-inch panel, the ROG Swift mannequin is a 32-inch panel.
After that there are literally fairly a number of similarities by way of options. So that you shouldn’t let the vast majority of the options dictate your selection in the event you’re trying to decide considered one of these up.
ASUS HDMI 2.1 displays function G-Sync, DisplayHDR, & extra
As famous the 2 displays talked about above supply lots of the identical options. HDMI 2.1 is chief amongst them however that’s not the one notable or fascinating trait to look out for. Each the TUF Gaming and ROG Swift choices include DisplayHDR. Particularly DisplayHDR 600 on the Swift mannequin and DisplayHDR 400 on the TUF Gaming possibility.
You’ll additionally discover that each are G-Sync appropriate, have 1ms response instances, 144Hz refresh charges, 4K UHD decision, and Variable Refresh fee. All of this provides as much as these each being completely excellent for PS5 and Xbox Sequence X homeowners.
Auto Low Latency can be current. One factor price contemplating is that these are each nice for console homeowners who’ve the consoles on or close to their desk. However for anybody that desires to wall mount their show at an extra distance, or place the monitor and console throughout the room, ASUS has two different choices. One for every console.
Lean again console gaming with the brand new ROG Strix XG43UQ
The ROG Strix XG43UQ and the ROG Strix XG43UQ Xbox Version. For probably the most half these are the identical monitor in the identical measurement panel. Which is a 43-inch measurement display, and loads of different specs you’d need for future proofing your console gaming.
This contains HDMI 2.1, Variable Refresh Fee, Auto Low Latency, as much as 144Hz refresh charges with DisplayPort 1.4 on PC or as much as 120Hz with HDMI 2.1 on console, 4K UHD decision, and DisplayHDR 1000. The XG43UQ is already in the stores at $1,299, whereas the Xbox Version retails for $1,399 and can launch later this yr.