ASUS has introduced the ASUS ROG Strix XG27VQ, a curved monitor that stands out for its careful design, curved finish, fairly good specifications and a relatively “low” price.
It is worth stopping for a moment to take a look at the images with ease, ASUS has earned it with the excellent design of the ASUS ROG Strix XG27VQ. In the front part we have some fairly contained borders and right in the lower zone we find a lighting system that projects an icon in red.
The rear has a very attractive finish thanks to the set of lines that run through the casing side. As it could not be otherwise the monitor has an RGB LED lighting system in the area that joins the screen with the support arm. This lighting is integrated with the ASUS Aura system, which means that we can create different effects in a simple way and synchronize the lighting with other peripherals.
Taking a look at the features we find a curved VA (1800R) type panel with a size of 27 inches and 1080p resolution. Its response time is 4 ms, it has a refresh rate of 144 Hz and it has FreeSync technology from AMD.
The response time is optimum and ensures a good gaming experience, although ASUS wanted to improve this point with Extreme Low Motion Blur technology, which reduces the blur effect that occurs when viewing objects that perform very fast movements.
A very interesting solution for those with a high-end PC with an AMD Radeon graphics card. We do not know its exact launch date but it is expected to arrive in the coming weeks. Its sale price has been set at 410 dollars.