ASRock is well known for its motherboards, but in recent years we've seen the company branching out into new areas. Soon, ASRock will be unveiling its first set of gaming monitors, reportedly starting off with five displays.
As found by @momomo_us, ASRock has submitted five monitors to KCC (Korea's FCC). Starting with PG34WQ15R, this is a 34-inch curved monitor with a VA panel, 3440×1440 resolution, 165Hz refresh rate, and FreeSync Premium support. The other curved monitor is the PG27Q15R, but the specifications are unknown. Still, judging by its name, it should feature a QHD 27-inch VA curved panel.
Then, we have the PG27FF, which seems like a standard FHD monitor with an IPS panel, 165Hz refresh rate and support for FreeSync Premium as well. Another flat panel listed by ASRock is the PG32QF, but like the PG27Q15R, the specifications weren't detailed. Nonetheless, the name suggests it will come with a 32-inch panel with QHD resolution. The last one is the PG42U, which should be a large 42-inch 4K (UHD) monitor, judging by the name.
Unfortunately, there is no word on when these monitors will be officially announced and we do not know if these monitors will be sold worldwide, or in just a few select countries.
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KitGuru says: Lately, we've seen a few PC hardware companies enter the monitor market. Recently, we've seen Corsair and NZXT unveil new monitors as well.