Asus has continuously launched new gaming laptops. And each of these top-of-the-line products boasts of attributes and features. \n \nThe Taiwan-based tech manufacturer has been around for 29 years. It has been providing computer hardware and electronic products to millions of customers worldwide. \n \nThis year, it has remained steadfast in pushing the brand by launching innovations. This week, it gave its customers the chance to enjoy an extra huge display while playing their favorite games. \n \nThe PG349Q boasts of an ultra wide gaming monitor which has a size of 34 inches. It also takes pride in its G-Sync feature and can be overclocked to as much as 120Hz. \n \nPC Gamer got a list of the latest Asus gaming monitor’s specs, which include the following: \n \n \tA resolution of 3440 x 1440 \n \tHas a faster max rate of refresh \n \tThe native resolution is only pegged at 60Hz. However, this could climb to as high as 120Hz if it is tapped using the DisplayPort connector \n \tThe sRGB color spectrum can be achieved at 100 percent \n \tBrightness can be adjusted to a max of 300 nits \n \nThe newly launched gaming monitor from Asus is said to be a refreshed version of PG348Q. It is just that it is the upgraded one. \n \nThe previous product only registered a refresh rate of 100Hz, at a maximum. This is lower by 20Hz compared to PG349Q. \n \nAmid its specs, a number of gamers revealed that there is no reason to upgrade. They claimed that such features are actually “old.” \n \nSo far, Asus has not yet released the suggested retail price of the new product. It is surmised, though, that it may be within the price range of its successor. Amazon originally offered it for $999. Meanwhile, the current price is lower at $899. \n \nThe latest Asus gaming monitor is expected to replace the PG278QR model released in 2016. It is equipped with the same twisted nematic (TM) panel. The new monitor has greater TN evidence due to its viewing angles, a feature that is common for TN-enabled displays. It has a contrast ratio of 1000: 1 with a 350 cd\/m² peak brightness. \n \nIn terms of inputs, the PG278QE is outfitted with 1.4 HDMI and 1.2 Display Port. For users to achieve a refresh rate of 165 Hz, they have to utilize the Display Port. Aside from the video inputs, the monitor has dual USB 3.0 ports as well as a 3.5mm earphone jack, according to Tom’s Hardware. \n \nThe new Asus gaming monitor’s matte black panel has the ability to swivel, pivot and tilt. Its height can also be adjusted depending on the user’s requirements. The monitor can be tilted five degrees backward and 33 degrees forward. It is also capable of swiveling 90 degrees on both sides and has a height adjustment ranging from 0-33 mm. \n \nKeep posted for more news updates on the latest Asus gaming monitors!