Yesterday we reported that Asus managed to nab 40 percent of the gaming monitor market in 2015 and now this week, Asus has shown off some of its 2016 offerings in the form of the MG-series 4K displays.
The first is the 28-inch MG28UQ with super-fast 1ms response time to eliminate ghosting and motion blur, and the second is the 24-inch MG24UQ with an IPS panel for wide viewing angles and outstanding color accuracy.
Image source: Asus
Both monitors feature adaptive-sync technology which is great for gaming as it allows the graphics card to help control the refresh rate for a smoother experience while also eliminating screen tear.
These monitors will also be amongst the first to feature HDMI 2.0 support, along with connections for HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2 and some USB 3.0 ports. If you were planning on making the jump to gaming at 4K, then these could end up being two great options for the year.
KitGuru Says: I've been gaming at 4K for a while and it is quite the experience though I do get why many are still holding off while graphics cards improve. Are any of you planning on jumping to 4K this year?