The ROG SWIFT OLED PG27AQDM and the ROG SWIFT PRO 24″ 540Hz are ASUS’s fresh new 2023 gaming monitors and were only just introduced.

Designs for the ROG SWIFT OLED and ROG SWIFT 600Hz are Included in the ASUS 2023 Gaming Monitor Lineup.

The ASUS ROG division is well-known for providing gamers with the best products. This year, they are releasing two brand-new ROG SWIFT displays designed for gamers.

To start things off, we have the ASUS ROG SWIFT PG27AQDM, an OLED display-equipped 27-inch 1440p gaming monitor made by ASUS. The new ROG SWIFT OLED gaming display, also called Project ‘Endgame,’ features a reaction time of 0.03 milliseconds, a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels, and a refresh rate of 240 hertz.

The screen has an anti-glare coating called Micro-Texture, with a coverage of 99% DCI-P3 and 135% sRGB. Additionally, it has a pre-calibrated Delta E value of less than 2. Additionally, with HDR activated, it can reach a maximum brightness of 1000 nits.

The new ASUS ROG SWIFT OLED gaming monitor has had it’s outside entirely overhauled. It includes an under-side logo emitter, a matte black surface with many RGB accent plates, and a simple wire management pass-through within the stand.

Because the assembly contains a modified heatsink and air vents that blast hot air out of the chassis, it can offer temperatures 5 percent lower than those delivered by competing OLED gaming monitors.

The second monitor is the ASUS ROG SWIFT PRO PG248QP, which was initially introduced the previous year but appeared to have had some of its characteristics upgraded after it was first made available to the public.

The display was supposed to have a 500Hz screen when it was first designed; however, ASUS has now improved it to a 540Hz TN panel. AUO was also preparing a 540Hz screen, and it’s possible that the most recent ROG SWIFT PRO would use technology quite close to that.

Regarding other specifics, the ASUS ROG SWIFT PRO PG248QP is exclusively geared for eSports gamers, including a screen size of 24 inches and a full high-definition resolution (1920×1080). Support for NVIDIA’s G-SYNC and NVIDIA’s Reflex Analyzer are included with the gaming display that boasts the highest refresh rate in the world.

The stand functions as a claw that can be retracted to allow for a lower base footprint and to provide competitive gamers with more capacity for accessories. The audio output of the Asus ROG SWIFT PRO 540Hz display is both crisper and more precise thanks to the built-in ESS SAC that comes standard with the panel.

The ROG SWIFT OLED PG27 and ROG SWIFT PRO PG24 from ASUS will be available in the first quarter (2023) and the second quarter (2023), respectively. The prices have not yet been disclosed.

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