The ASUS ROG Strix XG438Q can be purchased in many markets around the globe as of today, August 2nd. This latest gaming monitor from ASUS supports 4K resolutions and measures in 43 inches diagonally.
This pretty much makes it larger than your average living room TV, or at least puts it in the same ballpark. It is very much a PC monitor, however, one that doesn’t lack in luxury features.
Some of those include DisplayHDR 600 certification promising amazing dynamic range, as well as the ability to display 90% of the standard DCI-P3 color gamut. The ROG Strix XG438Q’s panel has also been treated with anti-glare coating. Then there’s support for FreeSync 2, AMD’s variable refresh rate technology, which should see some use seeing how the monitor supports refresh frequencies up to 120Hz.
If this new monitor from ASUS still isn’t available to buy in your area, it likely will be by the end of August.
As of today, however, it can already be purchased in the UK and the US, alike. The experience of 4K gaming does not come cheap, mind you. Depending on where exactly you are located, the ASUS Rog Strix XG438Q may set you back as much as $1,099.
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