ASUS VP349CGL: Ultra-wide gaming monitor with QHD resolution

ASUS VP349CGL

The brand new Asus VP349CGL is the latest proposal in monitors for gamers from the Asian company. An ultra-wide screen , which not only boasts a high resolution , but also the fast frequency that the panel reaches.

ASUS VP349CGL, immerse yourself in content at full speed

Asus adds a new reference to its gaming monitor template . It is the VP349CGL model whose good virtues for the game will be highly appreciated by the gaming sector .

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Product characteristics

On this occasion, the company is betting on a product in an ultra-panoramic format for gamers who want a large visual playing surface. So the VP349CGL has a wide panel, IPS type , with a diagonal of 34 inches and a 21: 9 aspect ratio . This screen allows you to enjoy a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels .

Aesthetically it is a fairly sober monitor . Stark in appearance and simple in design , it lacks the artifice of RGB LED lighting systems, or even any hint of color. So it looks like a clean black rear , without any add-ons.

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ASUS VP349CGL Features

From the technical specifications of the monitor, it is worth highlighting, above the rest, the refresh rate of 100 Hz , with a response time of 1 millisecond . The panel achieves a maximum brightness of 350 cd / m2 , and offers a contrast ratio of 1,000: 1 . The screen has the capacity to capture 16.7 million colors , and its horizontal and vertical viewing angles are the usual 178 ° . Also, this model supports HDR10 .

This model also supports Adaptive-Sync and FreeSync synchronization technologies . Of course, it has advancements to reduce the harmful effect of blue light and anti-image flicker technology. Finally, its connectivity has an HDMI 2.0 port ; a DisplayPort 1.2 port ; a USB Type-C port with 15-watt charging capacity; and a headphone jack . As a bonus, the monitor has two built-in 2-watt speakers .

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