ASUS Announces Ultra-Wide QHD Gaming Monitor ROG Swift PG348Q

ASUS’ commitment to PC gaming is commendable. Through their ROG brand, the company has released a series of laptops and gaming peripherals. Recently, ASUS announced a very bad ass looking gaming monitor with the ROG Swift PG348Q.


Swift PG348Q Gaming Monitor

The ASUS Swift PG348Q is a 34-inch Ultra-Wide QHD curved monitor. It has a 3440 by 1440 resolution and an 21:9 aspect ratio.

The Swift PG348Q is a 2016 CES Innovation Award-winner with its frameless design, and features the new ROG Armor Titanium and Plasma Copper color scheme and built-in LED effects. In addition, the gaming monitor has a 100Hz fresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC technology for incredibly smooth and fast gameplay.

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The monitor comes with an ergonomically designed stand with tilt, swivel and height adjustments to suit gamer viewing preferences. It also comes with the TUV Rheinland-certified ASUS Ultra-low Blue Light filters and Flicker-Free technologies to minimize eyestrain.

Swift PG348Q is now available and retails for P75,180.

ROG Swift Series of Displays

ASUS leads the gaming monitor market with the company’s ROG Swift series. Their displays provide cinematic visuals and high refresh rates to suit differing gamers’ needs.

PG348Q PG27AQ PG279Q PG278Q
34-inch curved panel with IPS technology 27-inch panel with IPS technology 27-inch panel with IPS technology 27-inch panel with 1ms response time
Ultra-Wide QHD
3440 x 1440
3840 x 2160
2560 x 1440
2560 x 1440
100Hz refresh rate 60Hz refresh rate 165Hz refresh rate 144Hz refresh rate

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