If you have bought into the full immersion provided by curved displays, then this ultra-wide QHD curved gaming monitor is just the for you.

ASUS made a huge statement with this new ROG Swift PG348Q Gaming Monitor. If you are serious about your gaming and you have a good bit of extra cash, then you might want to take a good look at this beauty.

This monitor is a whopping 34” in size with a 21:9 aspect ratio for panoramic viewing. It features NVIDIA G-SYNC technology which provides smooth seamless gameplay with a 100Hz refresh rate for quicker response times. It even has a Turbo Key that lets you toggle the refresh rate from 60Hz to 100Hz right in the middle of a game.  This give your overclocking at the touch of a button without having to access the graphics control panel.

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The is a huge monitor, so it is good that it has Flicker-Free technology that helps to reduce eyestrain and other potentially harmful effects of extensive intensive gaming sessions. The Monitor also comes with the TÜV Rheinland-certified ASUS Ultra-Low Blue light filters which provide significant protection from blue light. You can hit settings to adjust for viewing web pages, photos and videos, reading or word processing, or gaming.

If you didn’t know, researchers have hypothesized that extended exposure to the blue light emitted from electronic devices may interfere with a person’s circadian rhythm and reduce melatonin production in the body.
You get an award winning design that features a custom heatsink what works in conjunction with a Smart Air Vents at the top that generate airflow to keep this monitor cool during use.

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You also get a hidden input and output ports, a built in 2-watt speaker and smart cable management.  This is all in a package highlighted with built-in LED effects that accent ROG Armor Titanium and Plasma Copper color scheme.

Sources: ASUS, Harvard Health Publications

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