Upcoming Monitor Release List 2017

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You can find a link also soon on the Page (link will be added soon)

Dell "Alienware"
- Alienware AW3418DW 34" Ultrawide G-Sync Monitor with 120 Hz, IPS panel, uWQHD, and 1900R curve. (1499$)
- Alienware AW3418HW 34" Ultrawide G-Sync Monitor with 144 Hz, IPS panel, uFull-HD, and 3800R curve. (1199$)

AOC Agon III Series
AOC Agon AG273UG 27" G-Sync Monitor with 144 Hz, IPS Quantum Dot Panel, HDR 10 4K (3440×2160), 100 percent DCI-P3 colour space and 1000 nits peak brightness
AOC Agon AG353UCG (old Name AG25UCG) 35" G-Sync Monitor with 200Hz, VA Quantum Dot Panel (curved) , HDR, 100 percent DCI-P3 coverage and 1000 nits peak brightness
AOC Agon AG273QCX 27" Freesync 2 with 144 Hz, TN Panel (curved) with 0.5 ms response time, HDR (599 Euros)
AOC Agon AG273QCG 27" G-Sync Monitor with 165 Hz, Tn Panel (curved) with 0.5 ms response time, HDR (699 Euros)

Asus
Asus PG27UQ 27" G-Sync HDR Monitor with 144 Hz, IPS Quantum Dot Panel with 4ms response time, HDR 10 4K (3440×2160), 100 percent DCI-P3 colour space and 1000 nits peak brightness and direct led (384 dimming zones)
Asus XG27VQ 27" Freesync Monitor with 144 Hz, VA Panel with 5ms response time, Full HD (1920x1080) curved panel (1800R), and Asus ultra low motion blur reduction
Asus PG27VQ Released Now 27" G-Sync Monitor with 165Hz, TN Panel with 1ms response time, WQHD curved panel (1800R) (2560x1440)
Asus PG27VQR 27" G-Sync Monitor with 165Hz, TN Quantum Dot Panel with 1ms response time, WQHD curved panel (1800R) (2560x1440)
Asus PG35VQ 35" G-Sync Monitor with 200Hz, IPS Quantum Dot Panel with 4ms response time, WQHD curved panel (1800R) (3440x1440) , 100 percent DCI-P3 colour space and 1000 nits peak brightness and direct led (512 dimming zones)
ASUS ROG Strix XG32VQ 31.5" Freesync Monitor with 144 Hz, VA Panel, 4 ms response time, WQHD curved (2560x1440) and Asus ultra low motion blur reduction
Asus XG35VQ 35" Freesync Monitor with 100 Hz, VA Panel with 5 ms response time, UWQHD curved panel (1800R) (3440x1440)

Acer
Acer Predator X27 G-Sync HDR Monitor with 144 Hz, IPS Quantum Dot Panel with 4ms response time, HDR 10 4K (3440×2160), 100 percent DCI-P3 colour space and 1000 nits peak brightness and direct led (384 dimming zones)
Acer Predator X35 35" G-Sync Monitor with 200Hz, IPS Quantum Dot Panel with 4ms response time, WQHD curved panel (1800R) (3440x1440), 100 percent DCI-P3 colour space and 1000 nits peak brightness and direct led (512 dimming zones)

Philips
https://limscave.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=39

Viewsonic
XG2402 24" Freesync Monitor with 144 Hz, TN Panel with 1ms response time, Full HD (1920x1080) - Its the new version of the Viewsonic XG2401 with a new design and Gamma settings within the OSD

LG
LG 32GK850G 32" G-Sync Monitor with 165Hz, VA Panel with 4ms response time, WQHD (2560x1440)
LG 27GK750F 27" Freesync Monitor with 240Hz, TN Panel with 1ms response time, Full HD (1920x1080),

Re: Upcoming Monitor Release List 2017

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lim wrote:
30 Oct 2017, 12:52
The XG32VQ turns out to be a VA panel.
Oh damn :/ I really also was hoping this is an IPS type monitor. Where did you read/find it's a VA Panel? Thanks
Here:
https://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?spm=a ... MzNzcyNzA=
(Scroll down)

I was trying to find some info about this monitor and came across some Chinese sites. Apparently this is available in china?
Anyways, this is a let down, because Asus claimed this to be an IPS panel:
https://rog.asus.com/articles/gaming-mo ... og-family/

So far there doesn't seem to be any curved 144hz IPS panels out..

Re: Upcoming Monitor Release List 2017

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Good evening everyone,

I'm new here, and keen on a new Monitor. Just wanted to share some news, just unsure if it's real or not..

The following website is talking about an Acer Xz271u and Xz321qu. As you can see on that Acer website, their specs look amazing. (VA, hdr 1440p and 27 or 32 inch. I don't think that Acer website is legit however I contacted the official Acer store and they refuse to answer.

(Just told me to view the webstore etc..)

https://www.acerdisplay.com/monitor/gaming/xz271u.html/
The Acer Xz321QU is also spotted on a Scandinavian website but of course out of stock.

Question remains: legit and coming in the future, or just a fake post (xz321q and xz271 look the same)

Any help would be appreciated.

Re: Upcoming Monitor Release List 2017

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Hey, I don't know if this is fake. No information so far about an Acer XZ271U. Still, it can be possible when just using the Samsung panel from the CHG70. But without 800+ nit, it is only fake hdr like in the CHG70. No details in shadows, whereas I've tested Horizon on the PS4 with a real HDR TV, and it looks much better with much more details in shadows :/

Re: Upcoming Monitor Release List 2017

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lim wrote:
09 Nov 2017, 20:24
Nice, thanks, dude. In Germany the monitor will be released tomorrow for 800€ :O Pretty expensive

Edit: You are right, the Strix XG32VQ is VA and will be released in around 2-3 weeks here.
Just like I though, very disappointing. It almost seems like they're misleading customers on purpose. There's no way this was their original plan, none of the manufacturers are working or have worked on a 144hz 32 inch IPS panels.
With this approach, I'm almost sure the PG35VQ is a TN panel. There's no way it can reach 200hz.

Going off topic, I've heard recently that LG are working on a 144hz ultra wide 2k IPS panel, do you think we'll see a complete monitor at CES 2018? and would its price be at the 1200~1000$ range?

Re: Upcoming Monitor Release List 2017

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I'm almost sure the PG35VQ is a TN panel. There's no way it can reach 200hz.
Holy, this really would disappoint :D But yeah, information from manufacturers are really shitty... I cannot understand why they doing such things
Going off topic, I've heard recently that LG are working on a 144hz ultra wide 2k IPS panel, do you think we'll see a complete monitor at CES 2018?
Sounds awesome. Maybe, yes. This at least is that what customers want, so why they shouldn't produce such a monitor? If the PG35VQ will cost 2000$ I cannot imagine that a non-HDR IPS with 144 Hz would cost more than 1300$. If this LG would cost "only" 500$ less, at already such a high price range, then the 200Hz direct LED monitor should have a much better success because of a much better rating and image quality. Currently, I have a Sony XE9305 with "only" 64 dimming zones, and even these amount of zones is improving the image quality significantly compared to 0 or even 16 dimming zones

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