OLED displays are getting thrilling at CES this 12 months. Asus has simply introduced three new OLED displays, and two of them are able to hitting 480Hz refresh charges. Very like LG, Asus has a dual-mode 32-inch OLED monitor that may provide 240Hz refresh charges at 4K decision, or 480Hz at 1080p. Asus can be saying a 27-inch 1440p OLED monitor that’s able to 480Hz natively.
The ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDP dual-mode gaming monitor can swap between 4K 240Hz and 1080p 480Hz “at any time,” in accordance with Asus. Meaning if you wish to play one thing like Overwatch 2 or Valorant at excessive refresh charges you may swap to the 1080p mode, and hold the 4K 240Hz mode for ray-traced single participant titles.
Asus’ newest OLED lineup Picture: Asus
If like me you’re extra occupied with 1440p proper now then the ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDP presents as much as 480Hz refresh charges in a 27-inch flat type issue. This seems to be the primary introduced 1440p 480Hz OLED monitor proper now, after LG Show revealed its 480Hz OLED panel forward of CES final week.
Asus additionally has a brand new 39-inch ultrawide (3440 x 1440) 240Hz OLED monitor. The PG39WCDM is an aggressively curved (800R) mannequin with a peak HDR brightness of 1,300 nits, and it additionally has a built-in KVM so you may management two gadgets with a keyboard and mouse.
All three of Asus’ newest OLED displays characteristic the corporate’s third-gen panels, with 30 p.c peak brightness enhancements, a 20 p.c viewing angle enhancements, and extra safeguards towards burn-in.
Sadly we don’t have any pricing or launch dates for these three new OLED shows. That’s notably disappointing since Dell has simply unveiled its new 360Hz 27-inch 1440p QD-OLED Alienware gaming monitor is launching on January 11th, priced at $899.99. Dell additionally has a 32-inch 4K 240Hz OLED model that’s launching on the identical day, priced at $1,199.99.
All three of those new OLED displays be a part of the 32-inch PG32UCDM 240Hz 4K OLED monitor that Asus introduced final 12 months. Asus nonetheless hasn’t shipped the PG32UCDM but and it’s already saying the PG32UCDP successor at this time. The PG32UCDM has a second-generation QD-OLED panel, so it is likely to be price ready for the third-generation PG32UCDP WOLED mannequin to reach as an alternative.
Both method, we nonetheless don’t know precisely when both of those 32-inch OLED displays will ship. Asus says the PG32UCDM will ship in Q1 2024, with the PG32UCDP to comply with within the second half of 2024.