After two years of waiting, the Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ G-Sync Ultimate can now be pre-purchased, so its launch is just around the corner. We have noticed that it is an average, but the main reason is the combination of high-end specifications that it presents. It was announced at Computex two years ago, and has a panel certified with DisplayHDR 1000, a resolution of 3440×1440 in 35 inches, an overwhelming 200 Hz refresh rate by overclocking and Quantum Dot technology. All this has appeared on Overclockers UK page for 2699 pounds.
With the inclusion of that refresh rate and support for HDR of such quality, what Asus offers is a complete monitor. It is true that presenting the technology “full array local dimming” has better peaks of brightness and better distribution than other panels, but it does not reach the level of visual uniformity that can offer a real OLED panel (this is a VA). What is called G-Sync Ultimate is not a marketing whim: it corresponds to a specification that Nvidia reserves for monitors that host G-Sync chips and can offer 1000 nits of brightness.
Regarding connectivity, it has a DisplayPort 1.4 port and an HDMI 2.0 port, in addition to a 3.5-inch minijack. For now it only appears on the website of the British store, but we hope it will be available in the rest of Europe.