The new ROG Strix XG349C gaming monitor from Asus is not only interesting for gamers: the 34" curved (1900R) IPS panel in 21:9 format with a color depth of 10-bit not only covers the sRGB color space to 135% and dne professional DCI-P3 to 98%, but also offers a lot of desktop space with an UltraWideQHD resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels.
The DisplayHDSR 400 standard, G-SYNC and frame rates of up to 180 Hz are supported, which are also variable via VRR. The maximum brightness is 400 nits, and HDR is supported via the HDR10 standard. According to the spec sheet, the ROG Strix XG349C also supports local dimming, which would indicate good dynamics and HDR display - however, the number of dimming zones is not specified.
Asus ROG Strix XG349C
Interfaces include USB-C, an HDMI 2.0 port, a DisplayPort 1.4, and an integrated USB 3.0 hub that can provide connected devices with up to 18W of charging power. The integrated KVM switch allows two computers to share the same monitor, keyboard and mouse.
For better ergonomics, the XG439C has a TÜV-Rheinland certified blue light filter and a flicker-free backlight, and can be adjusted up to 100mm in height and tilted 20°/-5° or rotated 25° to the left or right, . The Asus ROG Strix XG349C is scheduled to hit the market in early July 2021 - the price is not yet known.