ASUS unveiled a lineup of new gaming monitors, the ROG SWIFT OLED & QD-OLED, at CES 2024. These monitors feature Flat-Screen 4K designs and dual-mode tech support. The 2024 ROG SWIFT series boasts 3rd Gen OLED technology, delivering 30% brighter displays, sharper pixel edges, and minimal motion blur. Available in sizes ranging from 27″ to 39″, ASUS has also integrated a custom heatsink to mitigate thermal load and prevent OLED burn-in.
ROG SWIFT OLED PG32UCDP and ROG SWIFT OLED PG32UCDM
ASUS has introduced the ROG SWIFT OLED PG32UCDP and ROG SWIFT OLED PG32UCDM monitors, both featuring a 32″ flat-screen design and supporting resolutions up to 4K (3840 x 2160).
Equipped with the latest dual-mode technology, the PG32UCDP supports both a standard 240Hz 4K and FHD 480Hz mode, allowing dynamic switching on the go. Featuring a 3rd Gen WOLED panel with MLA, it achieves a peak brightness of 1300 nits and complies with HDR10 standards. Anticipated to be available in the retail market in the second half of 2024.
The PH32UCDM, anticipated to launch in Q1 2024, is a 4K 240Hz monitor showcasing ASUS’s 3rd Gen QD-OLED technology. Featuring a glossy, anti-reflection screen, it achieves a peak brightness of 1000 nits and is HDR10 compliant.
ROG SWIFT PG34WCDM OLED and PG39WCDM OLED
For those inclined towards curved gaming experiences, ASUS offers the PG34WCDM and PG39WCDM ROG SWIFT OLED designs. The PG39WCDM, a 39″ (21:9) model with an 800R curvature, boasts a WQHD resolution (3440 x 1440) at 240Hz, accompanied by a peak brightness of 1300 nits. Equipped with DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.1, and USB Type-C ports, it is anticipated to be available in retail in the first quarter of 2024. The 34″ variant shares similar features and is also set to hit shelves during the same period.
ASUS ROG SWIFT OLED PG27AQDP
Finally, there’s the ASUS ROG SWIFT OLED PG27AQDP, positioned as a flagship eSports choice featuring a 26.5″ QHD OLED display and an impressive 480Hz refresh rate. With a peak brightness of 1300 nits, it incorporates the latest DisplayPort 2.1 and HDMI 2.1 inputs, catering to the next-gen bandwidth demands for running fast-paced and motion-clear games. Expected to be available on retail shelves in the second half of 2024.