The ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ monitor is based on an IPS panel with color depth of 10-bit (8-bit + FRC), viewing angles of 178 degrees, and response time of 4ms.
It is factory-calibrated to Delta E ≤ 3 and occupies 97% of the color space of DCI-P3 and 99% of Adobe RGB making it ideal for skilled color-critical research.
So, if you’ve found your holy grail after a monitor that excels in both gaming and professional use.
Moving on, the ASUS PG27UQ endorses HDR (High Dynamic Range) with a contrast ratio of 50,000:1 and a peak 1,000-nit HDR content luminance that makes it incredibly vivid in highlights and shadows.
To deliver such impeccable image quality, the monitor features a full-fledged local dimming solution with 384 individual zones that help dim the backlight where it is needed without affecting bright parts of the screen.
However, in some cases where a lighted zone is surrounded by dimmed zones (for example, moving your pointer across a black background), the luminous zone light will bleed into dimmed zones creating a halo/bloom effect. So, it’s preferred to disable local dimming in certain scenarios.
Last but not least, 4K Ultra HD resolution ensures maximum information and plenty of screen real estate as such high resolution on a 27′′ monitor results in a rich pixel density of 163 pixels per inch.