Computex 2022: ASUS Announces ROG Swift 500 Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor

In direct collaboration with NVIDIA, ASUS has announced the world’s first 500 Hz G-Sync enabled gaming display during Computex 2022. The latest ROG Swift 24.1-inch display will feature a 500 Hz panel with a 1080p resolution and comes loaded with features such as NVIDA’s Reflex Analyzer and a new vibrance mode.

Designed more the fast-paced eSports titles such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Valorant, Overwatch, and titles like these, the latest monitor from ASUS’s premium ROG Swift range now features an impressive 500 Hz E-TN display. Not to be confused with the standard TN panels, ASUS uses its new “eSport TN” technology, which ASUS claims offers 60% better response times.

In the above video embedded, ASUS and NVIDIA give a small demonstration of the benefits of moving to 500 Hz from 240 and 144 Hz. It tests things such as animation smoothness, ghosting, and system latency.

The ASUS ROG Swift 500Hz uses a 24.1-inch panel with a 1080p resolution. It also benefits from NVIDIA G-Sync and NVIDIA’s Reflex Analyzer, which is designed to detect system latency, measure mouse clicks when using an NVIDIA Reflex certified gaming mouse, and to measure the time for the resulting pixels to change on the screen.

ASUS also includes a new enhanced vibrance mode, which is specifically tuned for eSports and is built into the monitor’s firmware. ASUS claims this allows light to travel through the LCD crystals for better color vibrancy.

As we’ve seen from previous ROG Swift releases over the years, don’t expect this to be cheap or affordable for the everyday gamer. At the time of writing, ASUS hasn’t revealed the expected MSRP of the ROG Swift 500 Hz gaming monitor, nor does it state when it might hit retail shelves.

Source: ASUS

In direct collaboration with NVIDIA, ASUS has announced the world's first 500 Hz G-Sync enabled gaming display during Computex 2022. The latest ROG Swift 24.1-inch display will feature a 500 Hz panel with a 1080p resolution and comes loaded with features such as NVIDA's Reflex Analyzer and a new vibrance mode.

Designed more the fast-paced eSports titles such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Valorant, Overwatch, and titles like these, the latest monitor from ASUS's premium ROG Swift range now features an impressive 500 Hz E-TN display. Not to be confused with the standard TN panels, ASUS uses its new "eSport TN" technology, which ASUS claims offers 60% better response times.

In the above video embedded, ASUS and NVIDIA give a small demonstration of the benefits of moving to 500 Hz from 240 and 144 Hz. It tests things such as animation smoothness, ghosting, and system latency.

The ASUS ROG Swift 500Hz uses a 24.1-inch panel with a 1080p resolution. It also benefits from NVIDIA G-Sync and NVIDIA's Reflex Analyzer, which is designed to detect system latency, measure mouse clicks when using an NVIDIA Reflex certified gaming mouse, and to measure the time for the resulting pixels to change on the screen.

ASUS also includes a new enhanced vibrance mode, which is specifically tuned for eSports and is built into the monitor's firmware. ASUS claims this allows light to travel through the LCD crystals for better color vibrancy.

As we've seen from previous ROG Swift releases over the years, don't expect this to be cheap or affordable for the everyday gamer. At the time of writing, ASUS hasn't revealed the expected MSRP of the ROG Swift 500 Hz gaming monitor, nor does it state when it might hit retail shelves.

Source: ASUS

Gigabyte M34WQ Monitor Review – Gaming Meets Productivity

The Gigabyte M34WQ is a $500 34-inch ultrawide gaming monitor with advanced productivity-focused features. It tries to combine the best of both worlds, and in many ways, it does.

The Gigabyte M34WQ is a $500 34-inch ultrawide gaming monitor with advanced productivity-focused features. It tries to combine the best of both worlds, and in many ways, it does.

Quick Look: Mobile Pixels DUEX Plus Monitor

The DUEX Plus is Mobile Pixels’ mid-range 13.3″ screen add-on for notebooks. With its versatile USB-powered interface, it caters to those with portable compact systems. Just like the DUEX Max, it sports a G-Sensor for easy rotation and the ability to p…

The DUEX Plus is Mobile Pixels' mid-range 13.3" screen add-on for notebooks. With its versatile USB-powered interface, it caters to those with portable compact systems. Just like the DUEX Max, it sports a G-Sensor for easy rotation and the ability to prop it up in a portrait configuration.

Quick Look: Mobile Pixels DUEX Max Monitor

The 14.1″ Mobile Pixel DUEX Max is their biggest add-on screen to date. It offers the same features as the DUEX Plus, including USB interfacing, power passthrough to secondary devices, a G-Sensor for easy rotation, and various placement scenarios.

The 14.1" Mobile Pixel DUEX Max is their biggest add-on screen to date. It offers the same features as the DUEX Plus, including USB interfacing, power passthrough to secondary devices, a G-Sensor for easy rotation, and various placement scenarios.

Quick Look: Desklab 4K Touchscreen Portable Monitor

Desklab sells one core product: the Desklab 4K Touchscreen Portable Monitor. This USB-C and mini-HDMI equipped external monitor offers a whooping 4K resolution at 15.6″ with an all-glass front and built-in speakers.

Desklab sells one core product: the Desklab 4K Touchscreen Portable Monitor. This USB-C and mini-HDMI equipped external monitor offers a whooping 4K resolution at 15.6" with an all-glass front and built-in speakers.

Quick Look: Lamptron HM070 Lift

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The Lamptron HM070 Lift takes the same core display of the HX070 and embeds it into an external housing out of which it may be raised by pressing a button on the wireless remote. That is as unique as it sounds and clearly caters to those who want something that really stands apart from the usual visual bling.

Quick Look: INNOCN OLED Portable Monitor 15K1F

The INNOCN OLED Portable Monitor 15K1F is a 15.6-inch Full HD OLED monitor offering HDMI and USB-C connectivity and a protective cover that also serves as a stand. Its sleek frame and low weight make it impressively portable, although you might get thr…

The INNOCN OLED Portable Monitor 15K1F is a 15.6-inch Full HD OLED monitor offering HDMI and USB-C connectivity and a protective cover that also serves as a stand. Its sleek frame and low weight make it impressively portable, although you might get thrown off by its $420 price tag.

INNOCN 27C1U 4K Monitor Review

The INNOCN 27C1U is a sleek 27-inch 4K IPS monitor offering excellent ergonomics and versatile connectivity options. It is equipped with a Gravity Sensor that rotates the image when the screen is pivoted, and has a 65-watt USB-C PD port.

The INNOCN 27C1U is a sleek 27-inch 4K IPS monitor offering excellent ergonomics and versatile connectivity options. It is equipped with a Gravity Sensor that rotates the image when the screen is pivoted, and has a 65-watt USB-C PD port.

Quick Look: INNOCN Portable Monitor N2F Review

The INNOCN Portable Monitor N2F is a compact 15.6-inch portable IPS monitor. No larger than a tablet, it has a smart protective cover that doubles as its stand, as well as USB-C and HDMI connectivity.

The INNOCN Portable Monitor N2F is a compact 15.6-inch portable IPS monitor. No larger than a tablet, it has a smart protective cover that doubles as its stand, as well as USB-C and HDMI connectivity.

CES 2022: ASUS Announce ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ & PG42UQ Gaming Monitors

One of the companies that comes to CES with no shortage of new product announcements is ASUS, who has fingers in many pies across a large spectrum of the different kinds of PC hardware and peripherals. To that end, ASUS has unveiled two new ROG gaming monitors for those looking for large screens, the 48″ ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ and the 42″ ROG Swift OLED PG42UQ. Both models feature impressive specifications, including 3840 x 2160 (4K) resolutions, 120 Hz refresh rates, and ultra-fast 0.1 ms GTG response times.

There are many different monitors on the market ranging from budget to the most expensive and feature-rich. There isn’t that much choice in terms of OLED gaming monitors. Although the OLED varieties have advantages over their conventional counterparts, including better contrast ratios, they typically come with hefty price tags. ASUS has two new options for users looking for a sizeable OLED gaming monitor, the 48″ ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ, and the smaller 42″ ROG Swift OLED PG42UQ, which ASUS claims is the world’s first 42-inch 4K OLED gaming monitor.


The ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ 4K Gaming Monitor

Both the ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ and PG42UQ feature identical specifications other than the overall size of the screen. These include an OLED panel with an anti-glare and micro-texture coating and a 16:9 aspect ratio with supported resolutions of up to 3840 x 2160. Looking at the finer specifications, ASUS lists a response time of 0.1 ms GTG (gray to gray), with a fast 120 Hz refresh rate. Other specifications include true 10-bit color depth with 98% DCI-P3 calibrated from the factory. ASUS also advertises a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 and has both VRR technology and ALLM modes for console gamers.

Focusing on the I/O, both monitors include two HDMI 2.1, two HDMI 2.0, and one DisplayPort 1.4 video input, as well as a USB hub and two 3.5 mm audio jacks consisting of a line out and earphone jack. Regarding the USB hub, ASUS hasn’t specified what port type, the generations how many USB ports there are at this time.

At the time of writing, ASUS hasn’t specified when the ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ or PG42UQ will hit retail or how much they might cost.

Source: ASUS

One of the companies that comes to CES with no shortage of new product announcements is ASUS, who has fingers in many pies across a large spectrum of the different kinds of PC hardware and peripherals. To that end, ASUS has unveiled two new ROG gaming monitors for those looking for large screens, the 48" ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ and the 42" ROG Swift OLED PG42UQ. Both models feature impressive specifications, including 3840 x 2160 (4K) resolutions, 120 Hz refresh rates, and ultra-fast 0.1 ms GTG response times.

There are many different monitors on the market ranging from budget to the most expensive and feature-rich. There isn't that much choice in terms of OLED gaming monitors. Although the OLED varieties have advantages over their conventional counterparts, including better contrast ratios, they typically come with hefty price tags. ASUS has two new options for users looking for a sizeable OLED gaming monitor, the 48" ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ, and the smaller 42" ROG Swift OLED PG42UQ, which ASUS claims is the world's first 42-inch 4K OLED gaming monitor.


The ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ 4K Gaming Monitor

Both the ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ and PG42UQ feature identical specifications other than the overall size of the screen. These include an OLED panel with an anti-glare and micro-texture coating and a 16:9 aspect ratio with supported resolutions of up to 3840 x 2160. Looking at the finer specifications, ASUS lists a response time of 0.1 ms GTG (gray to gray), with a fast 120 Hz refresh rate. Other specifications include true 10-bit color depth with 98% DCI-P3 calibrated from the factory. ASUS also advertises a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 and has both VRR technology and ALLM modes for console gamers.

Focusing on the I/O, both monitors include two HDMI 2.1, two HDMI 2.0, and one DisplayPort 1.4 video input, as well as a USB hub and two 3.5 mm audio jacks consisting of a line out and earphone jack. Regarding the USB hub, ASUS hasn't specified what port type, the generations how many USB ports there are at this time.

At the time of writing, ASUS hasn't specified when the ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ or PG42UQ will hit retail or how much they might cost.

Source: ASUS

Viotek GFV27DAB Review – A Great Value 27-inch Gaming Monitor

The Viotek GFV27DAB is a 27-inch gaming monitor with a native 165 Hz VA panel sporting a 2560×1440 native resolution. With a price tag of $250, it’s one of the least expensive monitors of its kind, and as our tests show, it is worth every penny.

The Viotek GFV27DAB is a 27-inch gaming monitor with a native 165 Hz VA panel sporting a 2560x1440 native resolution. With a price tag of $250, it's one of the least expensive monitors of its kind, and as our tests show, it is worth every penny.

Gigabyte M32U Review – Finally a Reasonably Priced 4K Gaming Monitor

The Gigabyte M32U is one of very a few reasonably priced 4K gaming monitors. For the asking price of $900, you’re getting excellent everyday and gaming performance, as well as an impressive list of extra gaming and productivity features.

The Gigabyte M32U is one of very a few reasonably priced 4K gaming monitors. For the asking price of $900, you're getting excellent everyday and gaming performance, as well as an impressive list of extra gaming and productivity features.

Viotek GNV34DBE2 Review – An Affordable 34” Ultrawide Gaming Monitor

The Viotek GNV34DBE2 is one of the least expensive 34″ ultrawide gaming monitors on the market. It sports a capable, curved VA panel, 144 Hz refresh rate with AMD/NVIDIA adaptive synchronization support, and several other interesting features.

The Viotek GNV34DBE2 is one of the least expensive 34" ultrawide gaming monitors on the market. It sports a capable, curved VA panel, 144 Hz refresh rate with AMD/NVIDIA adaptive synchronization support, and several other interesting features.

EIZO FlexScan EV2795 Review

The EIZO FlexScan EV2795 is a powerful 27-inch office and productivity monitor with excellent picture quality and a host of useful features, such as USB-C daisy chaining and a built-in KVM switch.

The EIZO FlexScan EV2795 is a powerful 27-inch office and productivity monitor with excellent picture quality and a host of useful features, such as USB-C daisy chaining and a built-in KVM switch.

Lenovo Introduces The ThinkVision P40w: 40-inch Thunderbolt 4 Display With Intel AMT

Alongside a raft of ThinkPad updates, Lenovo is also announcing a new monitor to pair nicely with those Thinkpads. The Lenovo ThinkVision P40w is a rather impressive looking product, offering a 39.7-inch 21:9 panel, featuring a 5120×2160 WUHD resoluti…

Alongside a raft of ThinkPad updates, Lenovo is also announcing a new monitor to pair nicely with those Thinkpads. The Lenovo ThinkVision P40w is a rather impressive looking product, offering a 39.7-inch 21:9 panel, featuring a 5120x2160 WUHD resolution. And that’s not all.

The new P40w is also a dock for your laptop, thanks to the single-cable Thunderbolt 4 port which can charge the laptop at up to 100 Watts. It can provide up to 12 ports from the monitor, including two Thunderbolt 4 ports, and one USB Type-C. Not only that, but Lenovo includes an eKVM, which allows you to control two devices from this single monitor and dock combination. The extra Thunderbolt 4 port also would allow you to daisy-chain another 5K monitor.

Lenovo ThinkVision P40w
Specification Display
Display Size 39.7-inches
2.0 mm bezels top/sides
Resolution 5120x2160 WUHD 75 Hz
140 PPI
Curvature 2500R
Color Gamut 98% P3
Factory Calibrated
Brightness 300 nits
1000:1 Contrast IPS
Response Time 4 ms (Extreme Mode)
6 ms (Normal Mode)
Ports (Video) 2 x Thunderbolt 4
1 x HDMI 2.0
1 x DisplayPort 1.4
1 x 3.5 mm Audio Out
Ports (I/O) Output Ports:
4 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
1 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C
1 x Thunderbolt 4
Input Ports:
1 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-B
1 x Thunderbolt 4
RJ-45
Power Delivery USB Type-C : Up to 27 W
Thunderbolt 4: Up to 100 W
Power Consumption 60 Watts (Typical)
0.5 Watts Sleep Mode
Tilt (`)-5° to 22°
Swivel 45° Plus/Minus
VESA 100 x 100 and 200 x 100
Weight 14.65 kg / 32.30 lbs with stand

The 21:9 panel offers 98% of the P3 color space, and is factory calibrated for an error level of less than 2.0, and includes hardware-level blue light reduction, to keep the proper white balance while still reducing blue light emissions.

There is a built-in RJ-45 jack as well, allowing the monitor to be your network hub, and it supports Wake-On-LAN, PXE, and MAC pass-through. Lenovo is the first manufacturer to retail a professional monitor with Intel Active Management Technology built-in to integrate with the vPro on ThinkPads, and provide the extra management capabilities that provides.

If you have always wanted a big monitor with high resolution, wide gamut support, and of course the management capabilities of Intel AMT, Lenovo has you covered.

The new ThinkVision P40w will be available in June, starting at $1699 USD.

Quick Look: Vissles-M 15.6″ Portable Touchscreen Monitor

The Vissles-M 15.6″ Portable Touchscreen Monitor combines a 1080p IPS touch screen with several interface options to connect to modern notebooks, game consoles, and Android phones, all while providing a functional protective cover and built-in stand co…

The Vissles-M 15.6" Portable Touchscreen Monitor combines a 1080p IPS touch screen with several interface options to connect to modern notebooks, game consoles, and Android phones, all while providing a functional protective cover and built-in stand combination and coming in at less than $200.

MMD and Phillips Launch the 279C9 27″ Montior: FreeSync 4K IPS & USB Type-C

This week MMD and Phillips have unveiled its latest display in their ever-growing product range, the Phillips 279C9. A 27-inch monitor aimed squarely at content creators and professionals, the 279C9 is based around a 3840 x 2160 60 Hz IPS display and includes features such as a five-port USB hub (including a USB Type-C port), as well as DisplayHDR 400 certification.

Digging into the monitor’s specifications, as is typical with most content-focused monitors in this range, Phillips’ 279C9 has clearly been tuned for its target market. The 3840×2160, 16:9 aspect ratio panel is a very straightforward choice, with MMD tapping an IPS panel for viewing angles and color stability. As this isn’t a gaming-focused display, the monitor tops out at a 60Hz refresh rate, though there is official support for VESA Adaptive Sync to offer variable refresh support and the monitor carries AMD’s FreeSync branding.

Otherwise the 279C9 has a typical static contrast ratio of 1300:1, with “Mega Infinity DCR” smart contrast technology. Meanwhile the monitor is DisplayHDR 400 certified, meaning it can offer 400 nits maximum brightness in HDR mode, and Phillips lists 400 nits as the average brightness as well. The display is framed by a fairly skinny bezel with a 596.74 x 335.66 mm (H x V) viewing area, and the screen itself is coated with an anti-glare 3H coating. 

Meanwhile there is an interesting array of input and output options, including a USB Type-C input, which along with DP alt mode input allows for fast data transfer and official charging support for devices such as laptops. This is joined by dual HDMI 2.0 inputs, as well as a single DisplayPort 1.4 output. As for downstream connectivity, it also includes four USB 3.2 Type-A ports, and while Phillips doesn’t distinguish between the use of USB 3.2 G2 or G1 connectivity, it is likely the latter. Two of the Type-A ports also feature USB fast charging support. Finally, the monitor includes is a pair of 2 W speakers.

Phillips 279C9 27″ Monitor Specifications
Panel 27″ IPS
Native Resolution 3840 x 2160 (16:9)
Maximum Refresh Rate 60 Hz
Response Time 5 ms (grey to grey)
Contrast 1300:1 (Mega Infinity DCR)
Backlight Type W-LED
Viewing Angles 178°/178° Horizontal/Vertical
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Color Gamut NTSC 90.7%
sRGB 109%
DisplayHDR Tier DisplayHDR 400
Inputs 1 x DisplayPort 1.4
2 x HDMI 2.0
1 x USB Type-C (video/data) – 65 W charging
4 x USB Type-A
1 x 3.55 mm headphone out
Audio Dual 2 W Speakers
MSRP (GBP) £449

In terms of availability, Phillips plans to launch the 27″ 279C9 4K display at the end of August, with an MSRP of £449. At present, Phillips hasn’t announced its US pricing or availability outside of the UK market.

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This week MMD and Phillips have unveiled its latest display in their ever-growing product range, the Phillips 279C9. A 27-inch monitor aimed squarely at content creators and professionals, the 279C9 is based around a 3840 x 2160 60 Hz IPS display and includes features such as a five-port USB hub (including a USB Type-C port), as well as DisplayHDR 400 certification.

Digging into the monitor's specifications, as is typical with most content-focused monitors in this range, Phillips' 279C9 has clearly been tuned for its target market. The 3840x2160, 16:9 aspect ratio panel is a very straightforward choice, with MMD tapping an IPS panel for viewing angles and color stability. As this isn't a gaming-focused display, the monitor tops out at a 60Hz refresh rate, though there is official support for VESA Adaptive Sync to offer variable refresh support and the monitor carries AMD's FreeSync branding.

Otherwise the 279C9 has a typical static contrast ratio of 1300:1, with "Mega Infinity DCR" smart contrast technology. Meanwhile the monitor is DisplayHDR 400 certified, meaning it can offer 400 nits maximum brightness in HDR mode, and Phillips lists 400 nits as the average brightness as well. The display is framed by a fairly skinny bezel with a 596.74 x 335.66 mm (H x V) viewing area, and the screen itself is coated with an anti-glare 3H coating. 

Meanwhile there is an interesting array of input and output options, including a USB Type-C input, which along with DP alt mode input allows for fast data transfer and official charging support for devices such as laptops. This is joined by dual HDMI 2.0 inputs, as well as a single DisplayPort 1.4 output. As for downstream connectivity, it also includes four USB 3.2 Type-A ports, and while Phillips doesn't distinguish between the use of USB 3.2 G2 or G1 connectivity, it is likely the latter. Two of the Type-A ports also feature USB fast charging support. Finally, the monitor includes is a pair of 2 W speakers.

Phillips 279C9 27" Monitor Specifications
Panel 27" IPS
Native Resolution 3840 x 2160 (16:9)
Maximum Refresh Rate 60 Hz
Response Time 5 ms (grey to grey)
Contrast 1300:1 (Mega Infinity DCR)
Backlight Type W-LED
Viewing Angles 178°/178° Horizontal/Vertical
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Color Gamut NTSC 90.7%
sRGB 109%
DisplayHDR Tier DisplayHDR 400
Inputs 1 x DisplayPort 1.4
2 x HDMI 2.0
1 x USB Type-C (video/data) - 65 W charging
4 x USB Type-A
1 x 3.55 mm headphone out
Audio Dual 2 W Speakers
MSRP (GBP) £449

In terms of availability, Phillips plans to launch the 27" 279C9 4K display at the end of August, with an MSRP of £449. At present, Phillips hasn't announced its US pricing or availability outside of the UK market.

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AOC Announces New AGON Gaming Monitors, 24″ 240Hz TN, 27″ 165Hz NanoIPS

Today AOC is announcing two new gaming monitors to their AGON line-up, adding in a 24.5” 240Hz TN model in the form of the AG251FZ2E, and a new 27” 165Hz NanoIPS model with the AG273QXP.

Today AOC is announcing two new gaming monitors to their AGON line-up, adding in a 24.5” 240Hz TN model in the form of the AG251FZ2E, and a new 27” 165Hz NanoIPS model with the AG273QXP.

Xiaomi Releases 34″ WQHD 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor for 399€

This week Xiaomi launched a whole lot of different consumer goods in its European and other markets, amongst which was the new Mi Curved Gaming Monitor. The new monitor is a 34” WQHD ultra-widescreen unit supporting refresh rates of up to 144Hz,…

This week Xiaomi launched a whole lot of different consumer goods in its European and other markets, amongst which was the new Mi Curved Gaming Monitor. The new monitor is a 34” WQHD ultra-widescreen unit supporting refresh rates of up to 144Hz, notably undercutting the competition at a price point of only 399€.

Whilst most monitors of this class come at quite steep price points, the new Xiaomi panel’s feature set focusing on the basics of the monitor means that it can offer some extremely good value. The 34” panel comes at a resolution of 3440 x 1440 and is of a VA type that is speculated to be manufactured by Samsung Display. As with other such VA panels we see a 3000:1 contrast ratio which should offer deeper blacks than other display technologies besides OLEDs and locally dimmed backlight monitors.

The curvature lands at 1500R which means it gives you an immersive field-of-view without too much of an exaggeration. The monitor’s design is minimalistic and has minimal bezels on the top and sides, with only a thicker design for the bottom bezel.

The one thing missing from the monitor’s spec sheet is any kind of HDR support, given the monitors limited brightness of only up to 300cd/m² - one of the only real compromises of the hardware. It has a wide colour gamut support of up to 121% of sRGB coverage.

In terms of I/O, the monitor features two DisplayPort 1.4 ports as well as two HDMI 2.0 ports, which actually makes it quite versatile in terms of input abilities as it allows for window modes with left/right split or even a picture-in-picture setup. There’s also support for FreeSync – although at an undisclosed refresh rate range.

It lacks any USB connectivity and only has a 3.5mm audio jack as an extra connector. The power supply is integrated into the monitor with a standard AC connector having to be plugged into it.

Xiaomi says the stand and back support is easily removable with magnetic holders, secured only by an easy-remove latch. The stand is adjustable in height, swivel and tilt, and can be removed completely in favour of a 100 x 100mm VESA mount, for which there’s included extra spacer bolts and screws.

Xiaomi Mi Curved Gaming Monitor
  General Specifications
Panel 34" VA
Native Resolution 3440 × 1440 (21:9)
Maximum Refresh Rate 144 Hz
Response Time 4 ms GtG
Brightness 300 cd/m² (peak)
Contrast 3000:1
Backlighting LED
Viewing Angles 178°/178° horizontal/vertical
Curvature 1500R
Aspect Ratio 21:9
Color Gamut 125% sRGB/BT.709
DisplayHDR Tier None
Dynamic Refresh Rate AMD FreeSync
? - 144Hz
Pixel Pitch 0.233 mm²
Pixel Density 110 PPI
Inputs 2 × DisplayPort 1.4
2 × HDMI 2.0
Audio 3.5 mm output
USB Hub -
Stand Height / Rotation
VESA: 100x100
MSRP 399€

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