With the PG32UQ monitor, ASUS has added another professional gaming rig to its ROG Swift series.Monitor Added to please these existing players 4KGames and a flat screen are important. Because contrary to the current trend, this device does not have a curved panel.
Another feature of the ASUS ASUS ROG Swift PG32UQ is that IPSQuantum dot technology. This allows the screen to display a greater range of colors. In addition, black and white level display should be better. ASUS PG32UQ is bud DisplayHDR 600 A certified.
7 months ago, we tested the ASUS ROG Swift PG32UQX, which also has a Quantum Dot IPS panel with UHDPrecision From AU Optronics. Unlike the PG32UQ, the PG32UQX is VESA DisplayHDR 1400 certified.
In addition to the optimization functions already known to gamers, the 32-inch device brings some new features such as variants drive To reduce shadows, the aiming line dynamically adjusts in color so that it is always clearly visible, and the sniper mode that expands the area around the aiming point.
But it’s not just gamers who deserve their money with the ASUS PG32UQ. According to the manufacturer, the sRGB color space should be covered by 160%. Admittedly, a somewhat strange statement, but it does more than say that the monitor can cover a significantly higher color space, perhaps Adobe RGB, to a higher ratio. ASUS specifies 98% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space.
The ASUS PG32UQ appears to offer an exceptionally comprehensive set of functions far beyond that of a pure gaming monitor. So we’re particularly excited about the hands-on test.
We linked the thread and tested it screen portNVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti output. Colorimetric measurements were performed using a spectrophotometer (X-Rite i1Pro) with respect to Quato’s iColor software. A colorimeter (X-Rite i1Display Pro) was used to determine the lowest black value. The Sony BDP-S350 Blu-ray player was used as an external source connected via an HDMI cable.
You can find detailed information on features and specifications in the data sheet of ASUS PG32UQ.
The ASUS PG32UQ Monitor is delivered in high-quality printed packaging. External dimensions are 80 x 61 x 23 cm (W x H x D), and the monitor, including packaging and accessories, weighs just under 14 kg. Inside the box are two large polystyrene compartments that completely enclose and protect the screen. There are suitable gaps in the polystyrene parts of the holder and accessories. The screen and stand are also protected by soft foam bags.
ASUS PG32UQ Monitor comes with accessories in a small black box. Here, too, the manufacturer shows that a small amount of effort put into the packaging is definitely worth it, because it is the first form of a quality product, and therefore it should be convenient. It is undoubtedly the current test model.
And the manufacturer did not save on accessories either. A high-quality DisplayPort, HDMI 2.1, and a USB 3.0 upload cable are included. Special wall-mount spacer screws are included, and there are some ROG stickers as a gimmick. A quick start guide, warranty card and calibration report are also included in the scope of delivery. The external power supply must also be mentioned including the power cord.
Visually, the ASUS PG32UQ Monitor matches the current trend of frameless design and black casing. When it comes to the design of the front of the screen, there is not much leeway in this regard, because the narrow bezel has not only visual advantages, but also a practical use, for example in multi-screen operation.
On the other hand, the back of the case offers more design freedom, with the sleek and sporty ASUS PG32UQ design. Different surface structures ensure versatility. The massive ROG logo that’s highly reflective shows which model series the display belongs to. With the red color, ASUS is economical with this device. In terms of color, only the 5-way joystick and the print on the base stand out from the casing’s uniform black.
Due to the bezel-less design, almost the entire front of the screen is made up of the screen surface. Only at the bottom edge of the screen, the front of the chassis has a bezel height of approximately 1.8 cm. The ROG logo is raised in the center and has a reflective surface. The same ROG logo still includes the lettering on the back of the stand, here in red.
ASUS PG32UQ Monitor offers extensive ergonomic functions for optimal screen alignment. One of them is the height adjustment. The mechanism allows the monitor height to be continuously adjusted between 4 and 14 cm, measured from the top edge of the desk to the bottom edge of the monitor. The maximum possible viewing height may be a bit too high for taller people.
ASUS PG32UQ Monitor can be rotated by 25 degrees to the left and right. Mechanics can also convince here of its accuracy and ease of movement.
According to the manufacturer, a tilt angle of 5 degrees downward and 20 degrees upward is available for tilting the screen. Our measurement showed 2 degrees down and 19 degrees up. The mechanics never get stuck here and are very precise. Although ASUS PG32UQ is a flat screen monitor, it is designed as the hub– Relinquishment of the job.
ASUS kept the distinctive three-legged base with the PG32UQ monitor, but neglected the color accents and RGB lighting. This change has the advantage that the screen as a whole has a more professional look, since no reviews were made. The stand is not pre-assembled, but assembly can be done quickly and easily without the use of tools using the wing screws on the underside of the stand.
With an extension of approximately 64 cm, the ASUS PG32UQ Monitor Stand is not small at all. For this, it provides a secure stand.In the lower area of the base there is a hole for feeding the cable. If the purpose of this opening is not clear, it will be marked with “cable management” to be on the safe side.
As with all ASUS gaming monitors, the PG32UQ is also equipped with Aura Sync lighting. It is located on the case back and is executed on this model in the form of a large ROG logo. The inverted Republic of Gamers logo doesn’t immediately indicate that this is a lit item. “Aura Sync” and “Aura RGB” options are available in the monitor’s OSD menu. The latter provides different lighting modes and colors, while only “Aura Sync” can be activated. Then the ASUS PG32UQ monitor synchronizes the brightness with other Aura-compatible devices.
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