|Standing screen display size||49 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840 x 1080 Pixels|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
Asus ROG Strix XG49VQ 49” Curved Gaming FreeSync Monitor 144Hz Dual Full HD HDR Eye Care with DP HDMI
|Display Size||49 Inches|
|Hardware Interface||DisplayPort, HDMI|
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- 49” dfhd (3840 x 1080) 1800R curved Super ultra-wide monitor with 144Hz and free Sync 2 HDR for immersive, smooth gaming with DisplayPort and HDMI connectivity
- Displays 400 Certified with 90% DCI-P3 coverage ensure high Color contrast and cinematic color performance
- Marathon ready with swivel, tilt and height adjustability and VESA Mount so you can always find your ideal viewing position.Brightness : 450 cd/㎡ (Typical)
- Asus Eye Care technology minimizes eye fatigue and ailments with flicker-free backlighting and blue light filters
- Exclusive game plus and GameVisual overlays and color modes let you get the most out of your game
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EXPERIENCE THE SUPER ULTRA-WIDE
The 49-inch ROG Strix XG49VQ gaming monitor with 1800R curvature delivers the ultimate immersive gaming experience and extra flexibility for multitasking. With a 32:9 aspect ratio, the super ultra-wide display provides the same viewing area as two side-by-side 27-inch monitors.
FAST 144HZ REFRESH RATE
ROG Strix XG49VQ offers an ultrafast 144Hz refresh rate, ensuring that even the fastest-paced games played at the highest visual settings remain buttery-smooth and completely lag-free.
RADEON FREESYNC™ 2 HDR FOR SMOOTH GAMEPLAY
FreeSync 2 stipulates low-latency processing for both standard and HDR content, eliminating the input lag typically associated with HDR content.
HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE (HDR
To deliver the best HDR experience, ROG tests every monitor before it ships to ensure it passes DisplayHDR 400 certification.
The ASUS-exclusive, integrated GamePlus hotkey offers in-game enhancements that help you get more out of your game.This function is co-developed with input from pro gamers, allowing them to practice and improve their gaming skills.
ROG Strix XG49VQ reduces on-screen flicker to minimize eye strain, providing a more comfortable gaming experience.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||3840 x 1080 pixels||3840 X 1080 pixels||5120X1440 pixels||3440 x 1440 pixels||3840 x 1080 pixels||5120x1440 pixels|
|Screen Size||49 inches||49 inches||49 inches||35 inches||49 inches||48.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions||46.98 x 20.83 x 13.57 inches||47.36 x 15.02 x 20.68 inches||15.08 x 47.36 x 20.68 inches||32.96 x 19.04 x 9.68 inches||47.40 x 18.70 x 12.40 inches||16.39 x 45.18 x 21.15 inches|
|Item Weight||21.38 lbs||33.06 lbs||33.00 lbs||16.60 lbs||33.30 lbs||31.10 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||—||Wall Mount||—|
|Refresh Rate||144 hertz||144 hertz||120 hertz||100 hertz||144 hertz||144 hertz|
|Size||49 Inch||49-Inch||49"||—||49-inch||49 inches|
The ROG Strix XG49VQ is a super ultra-wide 49” Dual full HD gaming monitor with a smooth 144Hz refresh rate that offers the ultimate immersive gaming experience. It features Radeon free Sync 2 HDR, with DCI-P3 90% Professional color gamut coverage and displays 400 Certification.Stereo Speakers : 5W x 2 Stereo RMS
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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?
Top reviews from other countries
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.
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.