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Asus Unveil ROG Swift PG39WCDM with 39″ Ultrawide OLED Panel and 240Hz

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At CES 2024, Asus have unveiled their new 39″ ultrawide OLED gaming monitor, the ROG Swift PG39WCDM. Like a couple of other 39″ ultrawide monitors announced recently from the likes of LG and Acer, this new screen is built around an LG.Display WOLED panel. This screen offers 32% more physical screen space than common 34″ ultrawide OLED screens, helping to increase immersion or provide a bigger screen for a viewing position further away. It’s got a 3440 x 1440 resolution and 240Hz refresh rate.

Asus ROG Swift PG39WCDM Specs

The screen is 39″ in size and has a 21:9 aspect ratio. It’s steeply curved with an 800R curvature and offers a 3440 x 1440 resolution, 0.03ms G2G response time, 1300 nits peak brightness and even includes an added ELMB (BFI) blur reduction mode that we talked about recently here. The 240Hz refresh rate of the panel is supported by adaptive-sync for VRR from compatible NVIDIA and AMD systems.

There’s familiar Asus OLED features like their custom heatsink to avoid the need for an active cooling fan and uniform brightness mode to avoid dimming during desktop uses. The screen has DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.1 and USB Type-C (with DP Alt mode and 90W power delivery) connections for video. There’s also a built in Smart KVM function, and support for PbP modes. The coating is a normal matte anti-glare as with other current LG.Display WOLED panels.

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LG.Display WOLED Roadmap

For more information on LG.Display’s WOLED panel development, improvements and roadmap check out our video here.

Pricing and Availability

Asus say to “Look for this fully loaded ultrawide to hit the shelves in the first quarter of 2024.” More info when we get it.

Source: Asus


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