Asus launches its ROG Strix XG279Q-G Gundam Edition monitor, although only in Asia

Asus announced in Asia the launch of a new gaming monitor, the ROG Strix XG279Q-G Gundam Edition, which is nothing more than the ROG Strix XG279Q in white with the name of a popular series of robots. This is built around a  27-inch  flat IPS panel with a WQHD resolution of  2560 x 1440 pixels with a native refresh rate of  144 Hz, but from the monitor's OSD (menu) we can overclock it to  170 Hz.

For perfect performance, it is accompanied by  Nvidia G-Sync Compatible technology  (not compatible with AMD FreeSync), to which is added a response time of  1 millisecond  (1ms GtG), a typical contrast 1000: 1, a brightness maximum of  400 nits receiving the DisplayHDR 400 certificate,  and covering 95% of the DCI-P3 color space.

The information of the Asus ROG Strix XG279Q-G Gundam Edition is completed with the possibility of adjusting it in height, rotating it, and tilting the screen, we have three video inputs in the form of DisplayPort 1.2 + 2x HDMI 2.0,  2x USB 3.0 ports, headphone jack,  Flicker-Free technology to reduce eyestrain,  Ultra-Low Blue Light to reduce harmful blue light,  Asus GamePlus to add the time on the screen, FPS counter, add a crosshair, etc., we have two  2W stereo speakers of power each, double LED lighting system, and highlights its A +++ energy consumption with a consumption of  29W at full power.

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