At CES 2017, each Acer and ASUS concurrently introduced two 4K G-SYNC HDR shows. That includes ultra-fast 144Hz refresh charges, peak brightness of 1000 nits, full-array backlight, large shade gamut, and minimal enter latency, these had been the primary HDR gaming screens to be revealed. Though these two screens aren't even accessible but – they’re slated for launch later this summer season – each Acer and ASUS have simply introduced two new 35-inch curved G-SYNC HDR screens at Computex 2017.
The brand new Acer Predator X35 and ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ are twins in lots of respects, since they each function a customized AU Optronics G-SYNC HDR panel that was co-developed with NVIDIA. This 35-inch panel not solely has a 3440×1440 decision with an ultrawide 21:9 side ratio, however its refresh charge runs at a blistering 200Hz. The WQHD panel sports activities a peak brightness of 1000 nits, and a full-array backlight with 512 individually-controllable LED zones. The HDR format in query is HDR10, since that’s the usual being adopted for PC gaming. The screens apparently help the cinema-standard DCI-P3 shade gamut – to what proportion is unknown – made potential by bettering the backlighting with a Quantum Dot Enhancement Movie (QDEF). There is no such thing as a info on response occasions, however there are claims of "virtually zero enter latency".
The 2 screens will function DisplayPort 1.four inputs, which is a fully necessity to deal with the as much as 29.7Gbps bandwidth that this panel would require. By comparability, HDMI 2.zero is proscribed to a mere 18Gbps, and thus could be restricted to 120Hz.
Whereas we’ve got no distinctive details about the Acer mannequin, the ASUS show may have built-in RGB LED lighting within the type of an ROG emblem that shines down onto the desk and a rear ROG emblem that options RGB LEDs and that may be synchonized with different Aura Sync-enabled PC elements and peripherals.
The Acer Predator X35 and ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ are scheduled to be launched someday in This fall 2017.
Acer Predator X35 G-Sync HDR Monitor
ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ G-Sync HDR Monitor