Today ASUS showcased almost their entire line of monitors, ranging from monitors for regular everyday use up till hardcore gaming monitors meant for those who want the best in gaming hardware. Showcased at the event were their monitors from their Essential, Ultra-slim, Designo, Casual Gaming, Pro Gaming, ProART, Republic of Gamers, and Commercial series’.

The media were given a demonstration and product run through of ASUS monitors

The media were given a demonstration and product run through of ASUS monitors

ASUS has something for just about every kind of work or play. If you’re doing graphic work there’s the ProART ASUS PA329Q professional monitor with a wide colour gamut. The use of Quantum Dot Technology provides a wide color range, allowing the monitor to support 100% Rec. 709, 100% sRGB, 99.5% Adobe RGB, 90% DCI-P3, and Rec. 2020 colour spaces for video and editing purposes. Whereas if you’re on-the-go and are constantly posted to where your clients are like auditors, then there’s the option for the ASUS MB16AC portable monitor. Incredibly slim and works through a USB Type-C port which supports PC’s with Type-C ports as well as certain smartphone models.

The ASUS MB16AC works even with certain smartphone models

The ASUS MB16AC works even with certain smartphone models

Gaming isn’t everything as much as we like to argue to that, but some people just don’t care about the games. Some just want an incredibly good monitor to enjoy movies, web surfing, YouTube, Netflix, and just about any other things possible on a PC. Those people would love the ASUS Designo MX34VQ, a 34-inch Ultra Wide Quad HD monitor. What makes the MX34VQ unique? It has Harman Kardon speakers built into it for incredible sound and it even has a Qi wireless charging pad for you to place your Qi capable device while enjoying this incredible monitor.

Colour, speed, refresh rate, resolution all in a single package when it comes to the ROG PG27UQ

Colour, speed, refresh rate, resolution all in a single package when it comes to the ROG PG27UQ

But if you’re a true blue gamer, there’s only one choice for you which is the ASUS ROG PG27UQ gaming monitor. A 27-inch monster sporting 4K UHD resolution, overclockable 144Hz refresh rate together with G-SYNC HDR technology. Not only that, the monitor uses a Quantum-dot IPS display for incredible colour with a wide DCI-P3 colour gamut, while still maintaining a low response time of 4ms. So look forward because these amazing monitors and more are coming soon, or some are already available right now!

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