RGB On Monitors - ASUS Aura Sync Lighting
Come on now. Did you expect ASUS to release their most premium gaming monitor ever made without RGB? I didn't think so.
ASUS Aura Sync RGB lighting technology is used on the ROG Swift PG27UQ, with a plethora of options to play with and even something truly exclusive that I haven't seen on another monitor yet. This isn't something I'd personally use myself, but I did come to appreciate the ROG spotlight from the back of the display. It felt like the Batsignal being blasted from the back of my monitor during gaming sessions.
It was kind of like 'I'm gaming now, mofos' - so thanks for that, ASUS.
Not only that, but ASUS includes some underside LEDs that blast out the ROG eye logo. In the monitor's OSD you have to tweak the 'LIGHT IN MOTION' section, while a separate 'Aura RGB' tab will let you have control of the ROG logo on the back of the stand. For those with Aura Sync, you can tweak this under the 'Aura RGB' option in the OSD for the ROG Swift PG27UQ.
The awesome 'ROG Light Signal' is truly awesome, and like I said rocks out like the Batsignal during mass gaming sessions. There's also a cool projection that comes out of the base of the ROG Swift PG27UQ, too.
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