Asus’ new Gaming monitors are very large, with 43 or 49 inch but they are more reasonable than HP’s 65-inch Display. The smaller XG438Q supports 4K at 120 Hz, the larger 32:9 Screen XG49VQ summarizes two 27-inch monitors in one.
11. January 2019, At 15:20,
Not only by HP at CES in 2019 in Las Vegas over-sized Gaming monitors, Asus has a 43-inch model and a 49-inch model. The ROG Strix XG438Q is a 16:9 screen and the ROG XG49VQ a 32:9 Version. Both monitors are aimed clearly at gamers and offer HDR, free sync and high picture frequency.
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The specifications of the 43-inch model seem to be quite extraordinary: The XG438Q is equipped with a 4K resolution, which is displayed at 120 Hz. The Monitor supports the HDR Standard HDR600 and covers according to the Asus 90-percent of the DCI-P3 color space. It is a VA Panel. Asus writes in the announcement of the screen: “43 inch is quite a lot of desktop space, you have to get used to, especially if you are sitting a Meter in front of”. The Panel has to offer on the back, three HDMI 2.0 ports, and Displayport 1.4. In addition, two 10-Watt speakers are integrated.
Asus ROG Strix XG438Q (image: Asus)
Two 27-inch screens side by side
The XG49VQ is, apart from his sheer size of 49 inches in 32:9 Format is somewhat more conservative. It supports a relatively low resolution of 3,840 x 1,080 pixels, and thus simulates two 27-inch Full-HD screens side by side. This is reminiscent of Dell’s Ultrasharp 49 in the Golem.de-Test, however, has a higher pixel density. The frame rate of the Asus monitor is 144 Hz. He also supports free-sync, but only the less immersive HDR400.
Prices, further Details and availability of the monitors has not been announced the Asus. The manufacturer speaks of a Release in the coming months. Then further details are to follow.