Wednesday, January 26, 2022

ASUS launches all-new ROG Strix XG43UQ Xbox Edition Gaming Display

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ASUS has launched their all new ROG Strix XG43UQ Xbox edition gaming monitor. It comes with a 43 inch display in 4K resolution at a refresh rate of 144 Hz especially designed for Microsoft’s latest release Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

It has a white color scheme for the back panel along with ASUS’s trademark ROG logo on the right with a unique design on the opposite side i.e, left side of the monitor. It is designed in a manner so that it mends into any gaming setup.

It also projects a cool red ROG logo on the desk or surface beneath the monitor.

ROG STRIX XG27VQ | Monitors | ASUS India

It has HDMI 2.1 port along with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology support providing an all round amazing and satisfying gaming experience. It also has brightness of 1000 nits along with a low latency mode which helps to provide a lag-free experience with the new ROG monitor.

The monitor was designed and developed by a joint effort in a partnership with Microsoft. It also has inbuilt Xbox mode which provides the best color, contrast and hue performance for Xbox Series X & Xbox Series S.

It also has a 10 watt stereo speaker that provide good sound quality across the user’s setup.

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Although ASUS haven’t yet announced the release date and price but in the ASUS store shows a product possibly the all new ROG displays at a price pf $1,399 available from this coming October.


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