Sep 18, 2015 Written by: MasterC

IFA 2015: ROG Swift PG348Q Curved Display & ROG 7.1 Gaming Headset Unveiled

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At IFA 2015 in Berlin, Germany, upcoming innovations and products such as the ROG Swift PG348Q curved display and the ROG 7.1 surround sound gaming headset were unveiled.  People at the event got to see firsthand  these exciting products, but if you were not able to be there, don' worry, we won't let you miss out.

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ROG Swift PG348Q

You may know this gorgeous 34-inch IPS curved display from Computex 2015 in June, but redesigned and now dons the new Plasma Copper and Armor Titanium color scheme to compliment the rest of the latest range of ROG gear.  PG348Q has an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio with an incredible 3440 x 1440 resolution, most wide displays only go as far as 16:9 (WQHD - 2560X1440).  The curved display combined with the ultra-wide aspect ratio wraps around you to provide an immersive viewing experience like never before.  The 100Hz refresh rate with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology deliver smooth and stutter-free gaming, immediately noticeable in FPS and fast action games. 

ASUS-exclusive GamePlus technology gives you the enhancements in first person shooter (FPS) and real time strategy (RTS) games by displaying onscreen information such as a crosshair, frames per second counter and elapsed game time.  While ASUS GameVisual technology provides six preset display modes so you can customize the visuals according to preference or game genre.

In terms of connectivity, there is the DisplayPort (of course), HDMI, four USB3.0 ports, plus high-powered built-in stereo speakers for those don't like to put on headsets for long periods of time.  The fully-adjustable stand can tilt, swivel, and is height adjustable. It is VESA-mount compatible and features ROG LED light projection from the stand.

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ROG 7.1

The ROG 7.1 surround sound gaming headset features ten discrete neodymium-magnet drivers to blast you from every direction, so you can experience a real 3D atmosphere to the fullest.  While some virtual/ 3D sound technologies such as all-in-one sound bar solutions are very impressive; this is not virtual, this is the real deal.  An audiophile-grade headphone amplifier pumps out detailed and dynamic sound for each and every driver (ten!).  A dedicated plug-and-play USB audio station works much in the same way as an advanced USB soundcard, but also provides quick access to in-game audio controls, the controls are large so you can keep your sights on your target.  Noise-cancellation can reduce up to 90% of the environmental noise, so you can have clear in-game communication even when things gets intense and people go crazy.  Sonic Studio is an exclusive tuning suite which gives you full control over audio settings, including adjustment to Reverb, Bass Boost, Equalizer, Voice Clarity and Smart EQ settings.  Sounds good?


The release dates scheduled for both the ROG Swift PG348Q and the ROG 7.1 will be early next year.

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