ASUS has introduced a new monitor that will be part of its specialty gaming display portfolio this season. This is the VG32AQL1A, a 32-inch model that relies on a native QHD resolution of 2560×1440.
Made with sober lines, its panel is LCD-LED type with Fast IPS technology which promises to offer response times of only 1 ms up to the refresh rate of 170 Hz.
To minimize possible ripping issues while we are playing, we have included compatibility with NVIDIA G-Sync technology and ELMB Sync (Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync) which, thanks to intelligent management of frame rate and refresh , can theoretically reduce motion blur in the most problematic scenes with quick camera changes.
The screen offers a native contrast of 1000: 1 and is able to generate a typical brightness of 300 cd / m2 with peaks of 400 cd / m2, so it is indicated if we are looking for a model to play in HDR since it conforms to the VESA HDR 400 standard display and is also capable of covering 99% of the DCI-P3 color space.
In terms of connectivity, we have a DisplayPort 1.2 port, two more HDMI 2.0, two more USB 3.0, an analog headphone output and a built-in stereo audio system with 2×2 watts of power.
Pricing and availability
For now, the manufacturer has not revealed when this new monitor will arrive in stores or what its official price will be.
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