Not to be outdone by LG’s recent pre-CES tease, Asus have now published a short video tease of their own for their forthcoming “Dual-mode gaming monitor”, the Asus ROG Swift PG32UCDP. This will be a 32″ sized (accurately 31.5″) OLED monitor using LG.Display’s forthcoming WOLED panel, and will offer the ability to select between 4K 240Hz, or FHD (1080p) 480Hz modes for gaming. We’ll tell you what we know about the new PG32UCDM screen below, with more information expected at CES from 9th January 2024.
Asus ROG Swift PG32UCDP Specs
The PG32UCDP is a 31.5″ sized (32″ class) WOLED monitor with a native 3840 x 2160 “4K” resolution panel and a native 240Hz refresh rate. As we discussed in our LG.Display panel roadmap updates this year in March and August, their new forthcoming panel can operate at 4K 240Hz, but also supports a feature called DFR (Dynamic Frequency and Resolution) which allows the screen to be run at a lower 1080p/FHD resolution but at 480Hz refresh rate.
This allows users to switch their screen between the two modes depending on their gaming genre and your priorities. You can either focus on resolution and run in 4K mode (and let’s face it, 240Hz is hardly “slow”!), or switch to 1080p mode to focus on frame rates and motion clarity with the jump up to 480Hz.
You can catch the short video teaser below:
Asus have previously announced and showcased another 32″ OLED screen at Gamescom 2023 with their PG32UCDM. That model is based on Samsung Display’s equivalent QD-OLED panel, and is expected to be released to market first although that lacks the “dual mode” support and has only 4K 240Hz support. That screen is expected to be released in Q1 2024, with the P model using LG.Display’s panel coming later in the year.
Loads more information
Loads more information on the LG.Display WOLED panel details, specs and timescales for the panels that will be used in this new screen is included in our new roadmap video here, including information on improved text clarity, updated pixel layouts, new panel sizes, higher resolutions, higher refresh rates, brighter HDR and even….glossy panels!
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