CES 2021: ROG reveals new monitor, PC peripherals

Rog Ces 2021RGB addicts, your prayers have been answered. ROG, the high-end gaming peripheral branch of Asus, rolled out a bunch of new products during its CES 2021 presentation. Besides the standard fare of a new keyboard and mouse, ROG is also bolstering its share of the monitor marketplace with an extra large offering.
ROG debuted the ROG Swift PG32UQ, a long, unassuming name for a massive piece of monitor. Coming in at 32′, this monitor is the result of market analysis done by ROG. According to the company, consumers have been leaning more towards larger monitors, and with the launch of new gaming consoles, features like HDMI 2.1 and variable refresh rate are in high demand. The PG32UQ sports both, all with a massive 4K, 144hz IPS display.
Getting more into the nitty-gritty details of this monitor, users can expect even more high-end performance. Along with its other bells and whistles, the PG32UQ sports a 1ms response time, and is NVIDIA G-Sync compatible. It also features variable o…

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