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Asus Acquires 40% Share In The Gaming Monitor Market

Asus Acquires 40% Share In The Gaming Monitor Market

Asustek Computer has occupied 40% share of the worldwide high-end gaming PC market according to credible sources from the upstream China supply chain. Asus was one of the earliest gaming monitor brand vendors in the industry, and currently account for 40% of the 800,000 units that shipped in 2015 worldwide. Asus, continue to see growth in 2016 with gaming models spanning 10-15% of the volume.  With several accolades received at the recently concluded CES 2016, Asus won Five CES Innovation Awards which includes a 34 inch LCD Monitor due to launch in second quarter of 2016. The award winning monitor is the ROG Swift PG348Q LCD monitor. The tentative pricing would be approximately INR 1.2 – 1.5 lakhs.

About PG ROG Swift PG348Q

ROG Swift PG348Q is a 34-inch gaming monitor with a curved Ultra-Wide Quad HD (UWQHD) 3440 x 1440-resolution IPS panel for immersive gaming visuals. This 21:9 aspect ratio display provides an immersive panoramic gaming experience with its built-in NVIDIA G-SYNC™ technology and a 100Hz rapid refresh rate for breathtaking, ultra-smooth gaming visuals with no screen tearing or lag. Users can select between 60 and 100Hz refresh rates on the fly with the help of the Turbo Key. ASUS GamePlus gives users four different crosshair options, an in-game timer, and an FPS counter for an added advantage in first-person-shooter and real-time-strategy games, while ASUS GameVisual technology provides six preset display modes for optimized gaming visuals. Built-in stereo speakers deliver impactful sound for incredible gaming experiences. With a frameless, curved display, ROG Swift PG348Q has stunning looks, and its ergonomic design with tilt, swivel, and height adjustment controls makes it ideal for all gaming enthusiasts.

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