Posts tagged Gaming
Acer Predator X27/ASUS RoG Swift PG27UQ Review Roundup

ASUS and Acer both recently released their new 144hz Quantum Dot Gaming monitor. Both panels are able to deliver an incredible 1,000 nits of peak luminance and lifelike color thanks to the Quantum Dot technology inside. These monitors are among the first products to meet the VESA certified HDR1000 certification.

We're always excited to see great new Quantum Dot products hit the market so we've rounded up some of the most notable excerpts from both monitor reviews below.

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Phillips launches world's first HDR 1000 Certified Monitor

Phillips just launched the world's first monitor with the HDR 1000 Certification. The monitor is able to deliver an incredible 1,000 nits of peak luminance and 97.6% DCI-P3 thanks to the Quantum Dots technology inside. 

New Quantum Dot products hitting the market always excites us so we've summed up some of the comments from different media sources below.

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DisplayDaily: HDR PC Monitor Market Coming

Chris Chinnock, writing for DisplayDaily, looks at how HDR is not only establishing itself in the TV market but now also the PC monitor market. Multiple technologies are coming together to make this happen. On the software side, emerging support for Nvidia's G-Sync HDR and AMD's FreeSync 2 technologies have helped to fix the problems of the poor support of HDR by Windows 10. At the same time, Quantum Dot technology is enabling a majority of HDR monitors on the market today to deliver a great experience with rich color and high brightness.

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PC Professionale: ASUS Quantum Dot Monitor Ideal for Professionals

Michele Braga from PC Professionale talks about how the ASUS PA329Q is ideal for graphics professionals, photographers, color grading specialists, gamers and video editors. With Quantum Dots from Nanosys, these monitors are able to produce accurate colors and excellent image quality:

[TRANSLATION]: "A panel with Quantum Dot technology designed for professional graphics. This product from the ProArt line is a good choice for those looking for great color rendering to work on photos and videos.  

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iTWire: HDR coming to notebooks, monitors and more

Ray Shaw discusses how HDR can help PC and perphieral makers to differenciate their products on iTWire.

"Demand growth of HDR-capable monitors for gaming is especially robust as many games support HDR.... Starting this year, panel makers have additionally introduced solutions for their TV technology into their monitors. For example, higher end monitor panels have incorporated direct backlight with as many as 384 local dimming zones. Panel makers have also used QDEF (Quantum Dot Enhancement Film) to achieve wider colour gamut."

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