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ASUS announces ROG Swift PG42UQ, the world's first 42-inch 138Hz 4K OLED Monitor!

ASUS has a new gaming monitor called the ROG Swift PG42UQ which will be the world's first widescreen UHD OLED  with a high refresh rate.
ASUS announces ROG Swift PG42UQ, the world's first 42-inch 138Hz 4K OLED Monitor!
The ROG Swift PG42UQ

Huge gaming monitor from ASUS!

At the first glance, you will see that it is built with a slim, modern, and minimalist design but ASUS manages to retain a touch of gamery vibe on it. It has thin borders on all four sides while you can see the mini ROG logo printed in Red on its metal base.

The display uses an OLED panel with a wide 41.5-inch size, 4K 3840 x 2160 resolution, up to 138Hz refresh rate, and 0.1ms response time.
Color accurate display
Color accurate display

It even has an anti-glare micro-texture coating, uniform brightness, color accurate of 98 percent DCI-P3, Delta E <2, and a true 10-bit panel.
Heatsink at the back
Heatsink at the back

The gaming brand also included a custom heatsink that can work by up to 8 percent lower temperature for long-term usage.

Users may also navigate the OSD through the 5-way joystick or you may also do that using the remote control with added functionality such as volume control, mute, and circular navigation pad.

The monitor is also equipped with three stereo speakers, two of which have 10W Harman Kardon tuning while the other one is a 15W subwoofer.
Aspect control function
Aspect control function

Moreover, the PG42UQ has Aspect control which modifies the aspect ratios into 24, 27, or 34-inch for those who prefer to game on smaller displays.

Finally, its connectivity options are 2x HDMI 2.0, 2x HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4, and even a USB hub and tripod socket at the top of the monitor.

US price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet):

ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG42UQ - USD 1,399 (around PHP 78.7K)

For now, the company mentioned it will only come to America by late 2022. No confirmation yet if they will arrive in the Philippines.

Stay tuned.

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Source: ASUS

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