Earlier this year, ASUS came up with details about its first gaming monitor from the ROG Strix line, the XG27VQ. It is a 1800R bend monitor, and a radius of 1800 mm. The 27-inch VA panel has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 144 Hz. ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur Technology needs to reduce things like smearing and motion blur and make objects sharper.
XG27VQ supports FreeSync, but officially uses VESA’s neutraler name Adaptive Sync. The monitor offers a DisplayPort connector, in addition to HDMI and DVI-D. The screen is height adjustable and can be tilted and rotated.
The monitor also includes the ability to project the ROG logo on the bottom, just as we know of the PG258Q. The projected lighting can be adjusted. Two ROG logo covers are included and a blank cover that can be customized by the user to create his own unique projection. In addition, the monitor is equipped with Aura RGB lighting.
The ASUS Rog Strix XG27VQ will be available at the end of August for an advisory fee of $500.