ASUS showcases plenty of its innovative technology at Computex 2023. A couple of them namely the G-Sync Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB) firmware update and the ProArt Display PA24ACRV monitor, are a great example of these technologies.
ASUS ULMB update for the ROG Swift PG27AQN and ProArt Display PA24ACRV
ASUS G-Sync Ultra Low Motion Blur firmware update for the ROG Swift 360Hz PG27AQN
ROG and NVIDIA have introduced G-SYNC Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB) 2 to the ROG Swift 360 Hz PG27AQN with a firmware update. ULMB 2 ensures each pixel shows the right color at the right time, turning the screen’s backlight on and off at a high frequency.
Additionally. it also uses Vertical Dependent Overdrive to ensure the backlight only turns on when all pixels are showing the right color. PG27AQN users can enjoy ULMB 2 now by installing the new firmware.
ProArt Display PA24ACRV
Next up, to help support creative consumers, the brand showcases the ProArt Display PA24ACRV which is a 23.8-inch QHD monitor with 95% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage, VESA DisplayHDR400 compliance, Calman Verified calibration, and extensive connectivity options.
Among the connectivity options include a DisplayPort over USB-C with 96W PD, HDMI, and a USB hub. The monitor also features paper packaging and energy-efficient performance to meet ENERGY STAR and EPEAT standards.
For more information, visit the ASUS press room.