During Computex 2016, Asus Designo Curve MX34VQ monitor was unveiled alongside other exciting products including the ROG XG Station 2, the Asus Transformer 3 2-in-1s and the new ZenFone 3 range at the Asus Zenvolution Event.
This new 34-inch curved monitor that will feature a UWQHD resolution, which basically translates to 3440×1440, which is actually a pretty high resolution and one that we compute should look pretty good on the display.
The monitor also offers an 1800R curvature with a 21:9 aspect ratio that should provide more immersive and realistic images, with a frameless design that lets the monitor and the background just fade together.
It also features Asus’ SonicMaster audio technology, with the Harmon Kardon acoustic technology inbuilt and 8-watt stereo speakers, so if you don’t have a pair of speakers already, don’t worry because this monitor has a pair already. It also has a Qi wireless charging pad at the base of the monitor.
ASUS also revealed the non-curved 16:9 27-inch Designo MX27UC 4K display. This MX27UC features a 27-inch IPS display at 3840 x 2160 resolution that features Type-C support with some amazing additions like DisplayPort Alternate Mode and USB Type-C Power Delivery (power and data over the same cord). The new 27-inch Designo MX27UC 4K is also outfitted with a pair of 3W Bang and Olufsen speakers.
Unfortunately no information on worldwide availability or pricing has been released as yet by ASUS for the ASUS new Designo Curve MX34VQ monitor, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.