Asus at this year’s CES launches three new gaming monitors with quite interesting features. The first of these specially-designed line is represented by Asus Designo MX 34″, equipped with an IPS panel at a resolution of 3440×1440 pixels, but the refresh frequency and variable update supporting technology not mentioned. The panel is 2000R curved, which makes it less curved than other screens of this type. The known information is supplemented by the use of a base having the Qi wireless charging to recharge compatible mobile devices and that hides a pair of 8W speakers.

ASUS Launches Designo MX, ROG PG348Q Swift & MG28UQ

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Asus ROG Swift PG348Q

Another 34 inches monitor maintaining the same IPS panel of 3440 x 1440 pixels at a format of 21: 9, but not curved and reach a refresh rate of 100 Hz. It has the support of NVIDIA G-Sync module to avoid problems caused by stuttering and tearing, and to manage the refresh rate.

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Asus MG28UQ

Gaming monitor, but with a TN panel of 28 inches and a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels at a response time of 1 millisecond. On the other hand, we have the Asus MG24UQ, its younger brother of 24 inches sees his panel replaced for IPS to provide better color accuracy and viewing angles. Both are compatible with the VESA Adaptive-Sync for variable refresh rate (VRR) gaming, which means they are compatible with AMD FreeSync, but not NVIDIA G-Sync.

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