Asus unveils two new Old Gaming displays at CES 2022; Including the world’s first 42-inch 4K OLED display. New displays with significant resolution and refresh rates may target the gaming realm; But Asus says that thanks to the old panel, they also offer great color and contrast.
According to DigitalTrends, the new Asus displays are called PG48UQ and PG42UQ. Previously 48-inch old displays, including the Aorus FO48U GIGABYTE and C1 We had seen Alji; But there was never a 42-inch display with these features. While 42 inches is still a bit big for some settings, it could be a lot better than the 48-inch screens introduced last year.
Both Asus gaming monitors are categorized in the premium category and their specifications attest to that. They come with 4K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and a response time of 0.1 milliseconds. Although the company’s new displays support HDR10 and offer a contrast ratio of 100,000: 1, it is currently VESA DisplayHDR certified. Have not received.
One of the attractive features of the new Asus monitors is their “color accuracy”. These panels cover 98% of the DCI-P3 color space, and Asus says they were factory calibrated to achieve Delta-E values of less than 2. These screens can be great for photo and video editing because of their power in displaying images.
In addition to DisplayPort 1.4, the resolution and refresh rate are enabled by the new Asus displays with a pair of HDMI 2.1 ports that support the standard full bandwidth of 48 Gbps and variable refresh rate and low latency auto mode for console gamers.
The 42-inch model seems to be a great display for gaming with PCs and consoles. Details of the price and sales of these displays have not been revealed yet and are only expected to be released in the second half of 2022.
Along with the new displays, Asus has introduced a range of accessories that will be produced by ROG in 2022. They join. These products include attractive and powerful mice and keyboards and headsets that have attracted a lot of attention at the time of introduction.