Asus today announced its top-of-the-range gaming monitor, the ROG Swift PG32UQX, although it was actually announced at the beginning of the year at CES in Las Vegas, but there are some important changes. The IPS panel has been replaced with a Mini-LED 32 inches panel reaching 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels at a refresh rate of 144 Hz with a typical 1000: 1 contrast, a response time of 4 milliseconds (4ms GTG), maximum brightness of 1400 nit, thus creating a new and unknown standard, the VESA DisplayHDR 1400, and thanks to this panel we have access to 1152 LED backlight zones.

This 10-bit panel offers a density of 163 pixels per inch, covers 90% of the DCI-P3 color space, has HDMI 2.1 connectivity (vs HDMI 2.0 in the original announcement) + DisplayPort 1.4, and support of Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate technology (it integrates the physical G-Sync module inside).

The information of the Asus ROG Swift PG32UQX is completed with an RGB LED backlighting system on the back, logo projection on the base, and it will go on sale in January at a price that you will not like, because it is listed for 42,999 yuan in China.

Ah, of course, you want to know how much money is here, well around 5,500 euros, so go looking for something else because this is not for you, or for anyone, although we assume that this will not be the final price, because it doesn’t make any sense.

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