Computex 2017 - If there's one thing wrong with the gaming monitor market right now, at least IMO, it's that gaming displays are too small at 27 inches.
ASUS changes things up with the introduction ROG Strix XG32VQ, their new 31.5-inch gaming display.
We're looking at a native resolution of 2560x1440 and the glorious #pcmasterrace refresh rate of 144Hz, with AMD's FreeSync technology sprinkled on top.
Not only that, but we have Ultra Low Blue Light and Flicker Free technologys, with DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 2.0 connectivity, with USB 3.0 also making the cut. ASUS also uses its own Aura lighting with Aura Sync technology, too.
There's no details on pricing just yet, but we shouldn't expect it to be cheap - although, with FreeSync technology used instead of G-Sync, it should be much cheaper than a G-Sync version in this size.
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