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Asus unveils 34” curved ultra-wide 100Hz IPS LCD with Nvidia G-Sync

Asustek Computer has unveiled the world’s first and only curved ultra-wide 34” display with 100Hz refresh rate and Nvidia Corp.’s G-Sync technology. The monitor with unique combination of features was designed specifically for gamers and will hit the market in the coming months.

The Asus ROG Swift PG348Q comes with 8bit+Hi-FRC in-plane switching (IPS) panel with 3440*1440 resolution, 172°/178° horizontal/vertical viewing angles and 100Hz refresh rate. The monitor will be the first ultra-wide 34” curved display in the market that combines very high resolution, 100Hz panel as well as Nvidia G-Sync technology, which matches monitor’s refresh rate with a GPU’s rendering rate on a frame-by-frame basis to provide smooth gaming experience.


Asustek Computer did not reveal a lot of details about its ROG Swift PG348Q monitor, but it is logical to expect the new flagship Republic of Gamers display to have DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI interfaces as well as a USB 3.0 hub. The new ROG Swift also boasts with an ultra-thin frame as well as tilt, swivel, and height adjustments.


The manufacturer did not reveal when exactly it plans to release its unique display, but it is likely that the product will become available in the coming months.

Asus did not disclose the price of its ROG Swift PG348Q monitor, but expect it to be over £1000/$1300/€1300, given its exclusive combination of features as well as lack of direct rivals.

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KitGuru Says: A 34” 100Hz IPS display with 3440*1440 resolution and Nvidia G-Sync seems to be a great choice for gamers, who also want to enjoy fine colours and viewing angles. The price of the product will naturally be prohibitively high, but 100Hz refresh along with G-Sync may be worth it for many gamers.

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