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ASUS PG27UQX Mini-Led 4k 144hz 576 Zones

Asus has unveiled an interesting update to the pg27uq I would like to know how do the current pg27uq users feel I personally Have already sold off my pg27uq.
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Only 576 zones? I was expecting 1000+.

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I wouldn't buy it, simply to teach them not to call an IPS display "mini-led"
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576 zones is a bit disappointing. Plus just a re-hash of the same panel. No real reason for owners of the normal PG27UQ and X27 to upgrade.

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I wonder how much. 2 grand again?
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I dunno why you guys are complaining. This will be godlike if they improve the stupid fan setup while maintaining the same'ish price. The zone count bump will make a huge difference.

I'm glad they are pushing updates to these high end displays so we aren't in stuck with the same 6 year old 144hz/IPS garbage.

This basically makes the x27 UW variant obsolete upon release if they already have a mini-LED model in the pipeline.
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Will it ACTUALLY make a huge difference though? That remains to be seen. And I'm not really complaining, just pretty disappointed since I was expecting something "mini LED" to deliver alot more zones than that.

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Just to think if it another way, the current 384 zone 27" have 2/3rds the zones of the new monitor. It's NOT going to make that much of a difference.

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Quote: Originally Posted by AngryLobster View Post
I dunno why you guys are complaining. This will be godlike if they improve the stupid fan setup while maintaining the same'ish price. The zone count bump will make a huge difference.

I'm glad they are pushing updates to these high end displays so we aren't in stuck with the same 6 year old 144hz/IPS garbage.

This basically makes the x27 UW variant obsolete upon release if they already have a mini-LED model in the pipeline.
I am actually excited about this now I am trying to decide between a C9 65 inch the 8k nanocell or this pg27uqx If this new pg27uqx comes with a 3 year warranty I might be sold.

The new updated model will have dual controllable fans according to the report.

The PG35VQ and Acer X35 are on the way we should see it within the next 2 months. Its said to be more expensive than the $2000 acer x27/pg27uq.

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Barely any difference, I think. I saw a 0-zone vs 384-zone vs 2048-zone demo at a vendor. 0 to 384-zone was huge because it got rid of IPS glow for the most part. 384-zone to 2048-zone was an incremental improvement, only visible in parts of specific images.

What is this going to cause is another wave of HDR demos with the first 15 steps of greyscale crushed to black ... for reasons

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