Your laptop’s display isn’t just a collection of lights and pixels—it's a window into a new world. And whether that world is consumed by war or ripe for adventure, you want to see it as vividly as possible. At ROG, we’ve always pushed the boundaries of display technology, and in 2022, we’re introducing new panels that will bring those worlds to life like never before.
ROG Nebula Displays set the new standard
When we at ROG think of what makes an incredible gaming display, three words come to mind: fast, bright, and vivid. High refresh rates are crucial for smooth motion and can mean the difference between victory and defeat, brightness adds punch and detail to an image, and stunning, accurate colors make an image look truly lifelike. So for 2022, we took those ideas and created an ideal gaming panel that we’re calling Nebula.
Nebula is actually an entire certification for laptop gaming displays. All Nebula displays require 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space for vivid colors, 500 nits of brightness, and a fast refresh rate with a 3ms response time or less. They’re Pantone® Validated, ensuring you see colors exactly as the creator intended, and support Dolby Vision HDR for games and movies. With Adaptive-Sync, motion will stay smooth, consistent, and tear-free. And Nebula displays have received TÜV Certification for their low blue light and flicker reduction.
You’ll find Nebula displays on the 2022 ROG Zephyrus G14, ROG Zephyrus M16, and ROG Zephyrus Duo 16.
ROG Nebula HDR goes deeper with Mini LED
The Zephyrus Duo 16 is a special case. It’s such a groundbreaking machine that the "new standard" was just not enough. So we created a truly cutting-edge panel for our flagship laptop we call Nebula HDR.
Nebula HDR boasts the same 100% DCI-P3 coverage a 3ms response time as other Nebula displays. But this QHD, 165Hz panel leverages a stunning Mini LED panel for 1100 nits of peak brightness for an out-of-this-world HDR experience. Powered by AUO’s AMLED technology, Nebula HDR has 512 separate dimming zones in a single 16-inch display, for deep blacks alongside those bright highlights.
But we added our own special sauce to this creation, too. Our Nebula HDR engine raises the bar with a 5400Hz polling rate, 10 times more than typical displays. We’ve further refined the local dimming algorithm by painstakingly profiling images and videos to adjust how they appear on screen. The Nebula HDR engine processes 250 images per second to reduce blooming and haloing by 26%, for staggering contrast and an image that pops right off the screen.
With HDR movies and games becoming the new benchmark, Nebula HDR is ready to showcase modern content like never before. It’s VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certified, and ready to knock your socks off no matter what you throw on it.
ROG’s Dual Spec Panel brings maxes out resolution and refresh rate
But why stop at one revolutionary display when you could create two? On the Zephyrus Duo 16, we’re also offering a second panel option. Exclusive to ROG, our new Dual Spec Panel was developed in conjunction with BOE, designed to offer the best of both resolution and refresh rate. At its native resolution of 4K, you can enjoy a 120Hz refresh rate for sharp visuals in immersive open world and role playing games. Or, you can bump the resolution down to 1080p and crank the refresh rate up to 240Hz for competitive first-person shooters where every millisecond counts.
You can make this switch at any time through a toggle in our Armoury Crate software, with only a system reboot in between you and the panel spec you need for the mission at hand. In Full HD mode, our ROG Pixel Acceleration technology will scale the 1080p image to fill the screen using four physical pixels for each digital one, for a clean image without extra latency. Oh, and the ROG Dual Spec Panel is Nebula certified as well, so it adheres to the same 500 nit, 100% DCI-P3 standards as other Nebula displays.
A new universe awaits
At ROG, we’re never content to rest on our laurels. We're constantly pushing the boundaries of what a laptop display can be, from faster panels to deeper HDR experiences. Whether you’re a competitive esports player or a content professional looking to create rich worlds of your own, we’re setting the standard for performance.