NVIDIA G-Sync HDR Ultrawide 3440×1440 200Hz Monitors Announced By Asus & Acer
Earlier in the year NVIDIA announced its G-Sync HDR initiatives with the promise of 4K G-Sync HDR monitors to come later in the year. Today the company is announcing four new G-Sync HDR displays alongside its partners from Asus and Acer.
Two New Premium NVIDIA G-Sync HDR Monitors Landing Later This Year
The new premium gaming monitors include two 35″ curved G-SYNC HDR 21:9 models with a 3440×1440 resolution and an 1800R curvature. Both of these make use of AU Optronics’ new 35″ LCD panel with a blisteringly fast refresh rate of 200Hz. This panel has a peak brightness of 1000 nits and features Quantum Dot Enhancement Film technology for impeccable color accuracy. As is the fashion with G-Sync monitors of the past, the display signal is carried through DisplayPort.
Acer and ASUS also talked about two additional G-Sync HDR monitors, the same ones they announced at CES earlier this year. Both feature 27″ 4K panels with HDR technology. The latest iterations include some minor enhancements compared to the engineering sample units we saw earlier in the year, including a more attractive design for better ergonomics.
These monitors are expected to be available some time later this summer.
Gaming Laptops Get Some G-Sync Love Too
This year’s Computex has been all about gaming notebooks for NVIDIA. The company led with the announcement of its Max-Q initiative yesterday and is following with some new G-Sync gaming notebook announcements today.
We have three new G-Sync gaming notebooks based on NVIDIA’s Max-Q initiative bearing the Acer, Asus names and Aorus brand from Gigabyte. All powered by a mobile MXM version of NVIDIA’s GTX 1080 graphics card. NVIIDA Max-Q gaming notebooks are expected to be available later this summer.