ASUS Republic Of Gamers Boasts World’s 1st 360Hz Gaming Monitor

Posted: Jan 6 2020, 5:26am CST | by , in CES

 
ASUS Republic of Gamers boasts world’s 1st 360Hz gaming monitor

ASUS is releasing a new lineup of displays built for the esports generation.

ASUS’ gaming unit Republic of Gamers (ROG) has revealed what it describes as the world’s first gaming monitor with a 360Hz refresh rate and that is integrated with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology.

The 24.5-inch ROG Swift 360Hz G-SYNC Esports monitor is engineered with mini-LED technology to provide stunning 4K high-dynamic-range (HDR) visuals. It’s a leap from the widely available 240Hz gaming monitors in the market as it can put 50% more frames every second into the screen.

Apart from the ROG Swift 360Hz G-SYNC Esports monitor, ASUS will also unveil the new 32-inch ROG Swift PG32UQX G-SYNC Ultimate monitor that also runs on NVIDIA’s G-SYNC Ultimate processor with the latest HDR features. It has a 16:9 display and is packed with a full range of local dimming backlight with 1152 Mini LED zones. This way, the screen shows the brightest highlights and darkest blacks in games.

ASUS has hinted that the two new gaming monitors will be available later this year. The company has yet to announce the price for these new screens.

CES attendees can see the new ROG Swift 360Hz G-SYNC Esports monitor and the ROG Swift PG32UQX G-SYNC Ultimate monitor at ASUS’ booth during the trade show, which will kick off tomorrow until January 10.

The CES 2020 is coming up tomorrow, so make sure to catch the latest updates on the biggest consumer electronics trade show at I4U News’ dedicated CES 2020 News Hub.

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