Sources tell us that the new ASUS ROG PG35VQ ultra-wide gaming monitor is finally shipping in small quantities. Blur Busters saw the PG35VQ at CES 2018 — yes the 2018 one — more than a year ago!
There are now unboxing pictures for this monitor in a Chiphell forums (a popular forum in China), and several online stores have published shipment dates in near future (July).
ASUS ROG PG35VQ Monitor
- 3440×1440 Resolution
- 200 Hz Refresh Rate (overclocked)
- Quantum Dot backlight with 90% DCI-P3 Gamut
- Full-Array Local Dimming with 512 Zones
- G-SYNC Ultimate with HDR
- DisplayHDR 1000 certified by VESA
For early pictures, someone in China unboxed this monitor, with pictures on Chiphell Forums.
This monitor is priced very premium, similarly to other G-SYNC HDR displays.
Eye Opening Pricing For Dazzling Specs
As of June 16th, 2019, the online shop in China, JD.com, sells it at ¥ 20999.00. A shop in Norway, Komplett, lists it as 28990kr. Yet another shop in Finland, Proshop, lists it as € 2990.
A price in North America is not yet determined at this time of writing. However, we expect the ballpark to be between $2500 and $3000 given the premium nature of this monitor as an ultrawide with a higher refresh rate than the 4K 144Hz G-SYNC displays.
Once we know it’s shipping in North America, we’ll let our readers know. For now, we can only admire the monitor pictures on the ASUS website.