ASUS has come out with an impressive new monitor today that’s part of the company’s Republic of Gamers brand. That itself is enough to signify that this product is meant for those who take PC gaming seriously. The ROG Swift PG35VQ is a 35 inch curved Quantum Dot LCD panel at 21:9 ultra-wide aspect ratio that boasts a maximum resolution of 3,440×1,440 pixel resolution with support for High Dynamic Range and a maximum refresh rate of 200 MHz.

Since this is a high-end gaming monitor, you can assume that it has support for NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology, which it does indeed. It’s now the flagship gaming monitor in the company’s ROG lineup, inching ahead of the existing 34-inch Swift PG348Q gaming monitor.

The ROG Swift PG35VQ is a direct competitor to Acer’s new 35 inch curved gaming monitor which was announced just last week. Both monitors actually have the same AU Optronics panel even though Acer doesn’t mention that its monitor has HDR support.

ASUS has announced the ROG Swift PG35VQ at Computex 2017 in Taipei, Taiwan. The company is yet to confirm how much this monitor costs and when it’s going to be released. I’m pretty sure many will be excited to get their hands on it when it does arrive.

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