ASUS tends to release multiple products in the same space that serve the same purpose, such as gaming monitors that support the PS5 or Xbox Series X or high-end gaming PCs.
Today, the company revealed that it will introduce additional gaming monitors that come with support for PS5. After announcing yesterday the new 32-inch Swift option.
The key component in next-generation support is HDMI 2.1 support. That these new screens possess. And if you have a PS5, Xbox Series X, or gaming PC with next-generation hardware, you’ll want one of these new screens.
Especially if you have the new consoles because it will be the only way to enjoy 120fps game content.
Interact with your PS5 on a big screen with the 43 inch ASUS gaming monitor
Go big or go home as they say. While the ASUS ‘ROG display announced yesterday is an excellent choice for PS5 and Xbox Series X users, it’s not the largest screen out there.
Console games feel right at home on the big screen. This is the reason why many people choose television. But if you prefer a monitor so that you can use it more easily with a gaming computer as well, this 43-inch ASUS monster fits the bill.
Officially called ROG Strix XG43UQ. In addition to the HDMI 2.1 ports, it is a 4K monitor with a 144Hz refresh rate. Which makes it ideal for both new consoles.
It also comes with FreeSync, Display Stream Compression, VRR, and HDMI 2.0 ports so you can connect more devices.
ASUS has other smaller options available as well
If you don’t like large screens, or if you don’t have space for one, there are other options available.
Like the TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A Display. This also supports HDMI 2.1, and it has a 144Hz refresh rate as well as a 4K IPS panel. So it’s still a great choice for next-generation controllers. And because it’s a 28-inch screen, it’s more tolerant of space if that’s something that’s limited to your desk.
It’s possibly one of the least expensive monitors ASUS has announced from its ROG line even though it’s 27in. The ROG Swift PG279QM monitor. The reason is that it does not support HDMI 2.1 and instead sticks to HDMI 2.0.
Now there is no guarantee that it will be cheaper than other screens. As ASUS hasn’t announced pricing for any of these new displays yet. However, it confirms that it will be available in the second quarter of 2021.