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The upcoming MG279Q is a gaming monitor focus on giving gamers who demand superior viewing angles and color reproduction a new choice when it comes to a low response and high refresh rate monitor. With a 27-inch In-Plane Switching (IPS spec) LCD display that’ll run at 120+Hz (we’re still working on certifying 144Hz) at WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution with DisplayPort and HDMI connectivity and a super narrow bezel design.
Only just unveiled at CES 2015 are ROG’s soon-to-launch lineup of mice Spatha and Sica, and also the new premium ROG mouse mat Whetstone. As the mice are named after blades, it is apt to call the best companion to these mice Whetstone – a flat surface used to keep weapons sharp and in optimal shape for battles.
It uses a canvas bonded to silicone using an 8-stage process that guarantees quality and longevity. It’s the best of both worlds: Firm feel and fast surface like a hard surface much like plastic and glass, yet rollable so it’s easy to throw in your backpack.
As gamers we need the best net connections possible, and while we prefer the super-reliability and ubiquity of (Intel) Gigabit Ethernet in our ROG motherboards and ASUS RT routers, sometimes running a wire is not always possible. ASUS’ new EA-AC87 and existing RT-AC87U and RT-AC3200 fit this need.
For times when you need WiFi, 802.11ac gives the best speeds and reliability, but not every device ships with this spec so the new EA-AC87 AP can convert a Gigabit Ethernet connection from your gaming PC or even Xbox One, PS4 or NAS/HTPC (all together – there are four Ethernet ports) into 802.11ac wireless that then connects to your main 802.11ac router.
At CES 2015, ROG is announcing the Swift PG27AQ – a 27-inch 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution with Nvidia G-Sync, with unique ROG aesthetic and super-narrow bezel design and GamePlus features. See the announcement specification and quick FAQ inside.
Connect up your ASUS/ROG/Strix together and finish off your SLI build with an ROG SLI bridge. The ROG team has designed SLI bridges available for 2, 3 and 4-way SLI systems, with varying widths between the cards to match ROG motherboards. It’s construction uses high-quality aluminum, with a red backlit ROG logo in the center.
Following our recently Gladius and soon-to-launch Sica, we are also introducing our fans to the premium Spatha! It’s still early days yet with the mouse shown below is still in active design and development, and is not projected for release at earliest until post Q2. We have a mix of images from an engineering & development sample as well as renders of the final mouse.
The new PA328Q is a 32-inch 4K (3840 x 2160) monitor with a pre-calibrated, 100% sRGB in-plane switching spec panel, with a delta-E of <2. Available now in European and APAC countries, with North America to follow soon. It supports the REC. 709 color standard of the HDTV video-production industry, and packs tons of connectivity (listed in full below) including HDMI 2.0/MHL 3.0 and targets graphics and video professionals who need perfect color reproduction, with maximum display real-estate on a single space.
Includes press release and gallery inside.
The Sica is an affordable, ambidextrous gaming mouse (compared to the Gladius) designed for MOBA games. It offers core ROG gaming features like the separate left and right buttons on its body, and swappable Omron switches with the ROG exclusive button socket. See inside for the gallery and more.