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4K / 144Hz monitors are rare, so ASUS 'announcement of a new game mode at Computex 2019 is good news. The new PG27UQX display is equipped with a 27-inch 4K Ultra HD display with 3840 x 2160 resolution and supports Full HDR.
PG27UQX is one of the first products of its kind to use miniLED technology to pack more impact in a smaller space. In this special case, exactly 2,304 LEDs with a size of 200 - 300 µm are installed in 576 areas (four in each area). The smaller LED also matches the brightness level of a standard LED display, with a maximum brightness of 1000 cd / m². Similarly, the miniLED configuration consumes less power, which according to ASUS is about 7% less, which means that the cost of running the screen is lower. The result of the
is a clearer, more uniform display and improved HDR performance, thanks to better handling of precise particle attenuation and improved distribution of contrast and brightness. In other words, too much backlight will not filter into the darkest areas, compared to the previous model PG27UQ 4K / 144Hz, the halo is reduced by 33%. The
PG27UQX uses a quantum dot IPS panel to ensure 178-degree horizontal and vertical visibility, as well as the best graded and realistic color output from true analog input (ASUS claims 99% of the Adobe RGB color space and the 97% of DCIP3 color gamut).
To promote this, ASUS is proud to achieve VESA DisplayHDR 1000 and UHD Alliance UltraHD Premium certifications for the PG27UQX. The monitor fully supports NVIDIA GSync variable refresh technology and has two fans based on the same design used in ASUS GPUs, with a smart fan control dial to keep things running smoothly. In addition to the internal components of the
, the rear panel of the PG27UQX also has RGB lighting effects, and is compatible with Aura Sync to combine lighting effects with other ROG Sync compatible peripherals. A totally unnecessary but beautiful light was installed on the booth to project the ROG logo onto the surface below.
ASUS claims that the monitor comes with a blank bracket lamp cover, so users can dream of a unique logo. It remains to be seen how it works, but for those who want to customize their settings, this is a popular customizable hack.
At present, ASUS has not clearly stated how much we can pay for entertainment. The same is true when PG27UQX will be available for purchase.