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|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1440 Pixels|
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ASUS 31.5” Curved Gaming Monitor WQHD 1440p 144Hz DP HDMI Eye Care FreeSync/Adaptive Sync (ROG Strix XG32VQ),Black
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- 31.5" Wqhd (2560 x 1440) 1800R curved monitor with 144Hz and adaptive Sync/free Sync for immersive, smooth gaming with DisplayPort and HDMI connectivity
- Enhanced customization featuring ASUS Aura Sync RGB lighting on the back and LED lighting projection in the base
- Marathon ready with swivel, tilt and height adjustability and VESA Mount so you can always find your ideal viewing position. Physical. Dimension with Stand (WxHxD)- 713.38 x (490.02~590.02 )x 299.27mm. Physical. Dimension without Stand (WxHxD)- 713.38 x 425.68 x 118.03 mm
- ASUS Eye Care technology minimizes eye fatigue and ailments with flicker-free backlighting and blue light filters
- Exclusive game plus and GameVisual now with new MOBA mode for color enhancements for more focused game play.Brightness): 300 cd/㎡
- Industry leading 3 years warranty with rapid replacement
- Mounting Type: VESA wall mounting: 100x100mm
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Lightning Speed, Fierce Visuals
ROG Strix XG32VQ offers the perfect balance between smooth gaming and brilliant image quality, so you can enjoy even the fastest-moving visuals in captivating detail.
Experience the Curve
The 32-inch panel of ROG Strix XG32VQ delivers stunning visuals from all angles, thanks to an 1800R curvature that ensures every point is equidistant to your eyes. This contributes to a greater viewing comfort with less distortion – even during marathon gaming sessions.
Adaptive FreeSync technology delivers smooth, fast, and most breathtaking gaming visuals imaginable by eliminating screen tearing and choppy frame rates, and by minimizing display stutter and input lag.
Super-Fast 144Hz Refresh Rate
ROG Strix XG32VQ has a super-fast 144Hz refresh rate, ensuring that even fast-paced games played at the highest visual settings.
Light Up with Aura Sync
ROG Strix XG32VQ includes integrated ASUS Aura Sync lighting that allows for seamless synchronization with other Aura-enabled peripherals.
ROG Strix XG32VQ reduces onscreen flicker to give you a more comfortable gaming experience. This minimizes eye strain during marathon gaming sessions.
Strix XG32VQ features a super narrow bezel design, making it the ideal solution for almost-seamless multi-display setups.
ROG Gaming Monitors
Maximize your game with the aura Sync-enabled ROG Strix XG32VQ gaming monitor. With a glorious 144Hz panel with a 1800R curvature, The 32" XG32VQ delivers fully immersive and smooth game play with Adaptive Sync/free Sync. Asus exclusive eye Care technology paired with swivel, tilt and height adjustability lets you game in comfort.
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1. This monitor is technically an HDR display, but it's on the lower end of the clinical definition of HDR, and you will notice some challenges in achieving your targeted brightness because the range just isn't there. This is an HDR4 display that masquerades as something more sophisticated, but most games today that really take advantage of HDR will benefit from HDR8 or HDR10. Given how dull the lows are and how blinding the brights are in HDR4, you're going to be better off playing without HDR on in this model. Finally, if you have HDR on, you can't adjust your GameDisplay settings - it has to be off to make those changes.
2. Low Resolution - This is a FHD vertical display (and think of it as two large 1080p monitors joined horizontally), which means that if you are used to gaming on 1440p or better, you're going to notice the downgrade. But given the size of this monitor at 49", you can actually see all of the pixels. This wouldn't be a huge deal, generally, but the monitor's rendering engine engages in some weird sharpening effects (that do not seem removable) that make the text look aliased, regardless of your AA settings. The SDR calibration of this device looks like an actual firmware or hardware implementation rather than something you can adjust.
3. Physical Imperfections. While my device did not have strict "defects," there was definitely LED backlight bleed that exacerbates some of the HDR dysfunction previously mentioned, and probably contributes to some of the SDR over-aliasing that renders games at 1080p really jagged. And other posters are correct that the plastic on this monitor feels cheap, rushed, and likely to break or chip with any typical wear-and-tear.
4. Non-Premium. ASUS is known for building gamer-centric devices, but there is a very spartan implementation for this monitor, with no AURA or LED lightning, and not even casing elements that are stylish or luxurious. Instead, just a plain, black monitor implementation. Also, there is an eye-sore of a promotion on the right side of the monitor's bezel "Designed and Made by ASUS in Taiwan" in silver lettering that is visible half-way across the room. Who wants to see that?
By and large, this monitor is not a "bad" monitor - especially for people who have never experienced variable refreshrates (FreeSync 2 does work, but with NVIDIA cards expect a lot of flickering and incompatibility - so as of the writing of this review, it generally only applies to AMD cards), or for non-gamers looking for a productivity workspace - but the price-point at ~$900 really justified something better thought out and put together. I returned my monitor after just four days of use, when the physical imperfections, LED backlight bleed, HDR dysfunction, and SDR over-aliasing rendered the limitations of this glorified 1080p panel too much to bear. Best to save your money and go deeper for a 4K solution, or use one of ASUS' excellent 1440p 34" Curved Panels instead.
Main con I'd say is the price for what's it's worth is still too high. the "rgb" wheel on the back is pretty pointless, will not light up a wall or be seen from anywhere but the back, and the red baselight (ROG LOGO inserts) is very bright and can easily be seen during the day.
Update 30 Oct 2018: These line of monitors are so good, I bought the XG35VQ as well to add. No dead pixels. No color issues or panel problems. The box that came with it was damaged due to UPS shipping due to raining a lot in Hawaii today. I dont think Amazon shipped me a slightly damaged and wet box. The monitor inside was dry so that was good. It hooked up very well. I had to get used to the settings since it was slightly different from my XG27VQ next to it. I dont like the ELMB feature because of ghosting with my 1080 Ti. I know this is a freesync monitor, but I didnt want to pay for the expensive gsync feature. My XG27VQ works perfectly and pictures are beautiful, now with this XG35VQ, this is a HUGE beauty that makes me feel like I'm at a star wars battle station. I can't play youtube videos on full widescreen but its still good if you dont mind the black bars on the side, which I dont since I mainly bought this ultrawide screen for the screen real estate for productivity and heavy PC gaming with WoW, CODBO4, Fortnite. I play other titles like BF1, BF5 when it was in beta, destiny 2, dragon ball Z, assassins creed odessy on my xbox one X connected to my XG27VQ. Overall these two monitors are BEASTS with my 1080 Ti. I am a happy customer. Now, how do I get my copy of COD BO4?
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Cons: (Not enough to remove a star)
-The stand is big but slim enough to maneuver around it.
-If you mount the monitors you lose the red logo...
-Rgb not super strong but in the dark it's enough to light a whiteish wall.
I bought 2 of them, looks dope, play great, colors are awesome and the look is amazing. If nothing breaks this could be the best investment I made in monitors.
I also bought a Samsung CF591 witch is also a 27' curved monitor but was 60hz (oc to 75) and I can see the difference between 75hz and the 144hz. Colors are kinda the same.
Lo desempaqué junto con unos amigos y a todos les encantó, sinceramente no esperabamos tanto. Rebasó mis espectativas, luce el doble mejor que las fotografias jeje.
As for what some reviewer sites say, the 1080 resolution, well, unless you put you eyes up to the screen with a magnifying glass, you cannot see the pixles. Thats just BS. If the monitor was 1440, it would be taller, which would give more height. Graphics and images are crystal clear, and very very smooth. But keep in mind...make sure you have the video card AND PC to run it. Anything less than a GTX 1070 or 1060 ...forget it.
As for not being Gsync enabled. No matter. Freesync works with Gsync set compatible...or just set monitor at 144. I have a RTX video card, keeping the rate DOWN to 144 is my problem.
the display have some whiter spots (black not balanced)
hdr is nice but gives most of apps faded colors...
The ghosting is killing me hard, I didnt know it is
a thing before that
and FOV in game can t follow up in most games so everything looks overstretched
Bad for gaming,
Bad for graphists,
Badass looking (at least)
Bad res for content creators
Im returning this
Very nice looking tho, and very sturdy. Nice prototype for the futur or example of what gaming monitor could become.
I've went through 4 different monitors before I settled on the Asus XG27VQ. Quality construction and solid stand, awesome lighting (kind of a gimmick, but whatever - looks neat). VA panel is nice - its not as nice as IPS, but way better looking than TN. 144hz refresh-rate is drool worthy, especially when paired with AMD Freesync. The 1080p display looks crisp enough and allows for a great performance/visual balance. Personally I prefer lower resolution to get the frame rate for competitive play.
VERY minor clouding which is barely noticeable in one corner. Giving the XG27VQ a 4 star versus 5 star rating due to the clouding.
Side note: I wish display manufacturers would really start putting thought into light bleeding and clouding as once you know its there its a HUGE annoyance.
DOES include in box, HDMI, DisplayPort AND DVI cables, 3, all... DON'T DO WHAT I DID AND ORDER CABLES... not sure if I missed that somewhere.
Anyway. YouTube pros and cons.. I did.. TN, VA, IPS.. they all have their differences. Depends what you want to pay for.
El monitor es de un muy buen tamaño, es 144hz, se ve premium, tiene muchas opciones para mover la pantalla excepto ponerla en vertical.
Como contras en el poco tiempp que lo he tenido es algo que se nota desde el inicio, su base. La verdad su base es algo estorbosa, ocupa mucho espacio en el escritorio, así que si tienes un escritorio chico, te recomiendo buscar otras opciones o comprarle otra base.
En tamaño me gustó que sea de 27", pero, su problema es que es 1080p, no se ve mal pero por ejemplo si lo utilizar para leer, hacer trabajos en word, excel, entre otros , puedes ver un poco como están un poco distorcionadas por el tamaño que tiene y su resolución, pero a la hora de jugar no es muy notorio si es colo en e-sports o algo así, en juegos como el que probé (rise of the tomb raider) sí llega a ser algo notorio, pero en general no le afecta mucho a la calidad de este monitor
It’s still and Asus rog, the finish is really high end and the materials are good!
If you are not interested and 2k or 4K and want a 144hz monitor its the perfect choice
La calidad es muy buena, la experiencia del unboxing es premium, la navegación del joystick es intuitiva, el logo de RoG es muy nitido y configurable, tal vez para gaming sea una pantalla un poco grande (27" sería lo ideal) pero si res desarrollador o diseñador de contenido es bastante útil semejante tamaño, para gaming sólo basta con alejar la pantalla un poco más de lo habitual. La recomiendo