ASUS has been offering displays designed especially for console gaming for over 1.5 years now, primarily targeting mainstream PlayStation 4 and Xbox One machines and thus offering a Full HD resolution. At Computex, the company is rolling out its brand new CG32UQ monitor that is designed for the PlayStation 4 Pro and the Xbox One X that can handle games in an Ultra HD 4K resolution with a number of perks. Meanwhile, the specs of the unit will certainly make it appealing to entertainment enthusiasts in general. The ASUS CG32UQ is based on a 31.5-inch VA pane featuring a 3840×2160 resolution and an up to 60 Hz refresh rate. The LCD carries VESA’s DisplayHDR 600 badge and therefore supports a peak brightness of 600 nits...
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