ASUS ROG (Republic of Gamers) announces the world’s first portable gaming monitor with a 240Hz ASUS ROG Strix XG17 refresh rate.
As it is known, the usual gaming monitor comes with the highest refresh rate at this time is 240Hz. This capability is only available on high-end gaming monitors, and now the capability is delivered to 17.3 inches in size.
With that size, the ASUS ROG Strix XG17 comes with a thin bezel that makes it no different from the current laptop monitor. The Monitor is wrapped in a hardcase which can be covered in a backrest leg.
The resolution carries the quality of FHD with response time such as 3MS, this combination is obviously quite good in the market. In his thickness, ASUS does not mention the detailed figures, but from the trials in the demo product area, ASUS ROG Strix XG17 is very thin.
There are several interfaces on both sides. There is a Power button and three function keys as well as a port for charging. Then there are three input video ports: Mini HDMI and two mini DisplayPort in the form of Micro HDMI or UBS Type-C.
In the demo area, the ASUS ROG Strix XG17 is compatible with gaming devices like the Nintendo Switch and smartphones. Most likely, this product should also be compatible with game consoles.
The experience presented according to the user is still the same as using a laptop monitor with a wide sense of view as well as excellent graphics quality. The weight is quite steady, not light but not too heavy.
ASUS mentions future mounting will be available, so ASUS ROG Strix XG17 can be installed on the ASUS ROG gaming laptop screen.
The ASUS ROG Strix XG17 is called to have a three-hour battery life at a refresh rate of 240Hz. This means that the option is available to disable the refresh rate mode in that number. Anti-stuttering and screen tearing support in this product uses adaptive-sync in the range of 48-240Hz.
ASUS hasn’t called the official date and price of the ASUS ROX Strix XG17 released to the market. Seeing this ability, it could be the ASUS ROG strategy to go into the mobile gaming and console markets. …