Asus ROG Swift OLED monitor hands-on

If you've splurged on an OLED panel on your phone or TV and decided you want the same technology for your PC games.

If you've splurged on an OLED panel on your phone or TV and decided you want the same technology for your PC games.

you basically have the choice of every model from Gigabyte and Alienware.

 Asus, then, continues to increase the number of OLED gaming monitors on the market by 100% with the ROG Swift PG48UQ and ROG Swift PG42UQ.

I didn't have my color calibrator handy, so the ROG Swift PG48UQ and PG42UQ didn't get very scientific measurements.

Both are incredibly vivid monitors, without a hint of haloing or backlight bleed.

Because, of course, there isn't one. The rear is bulked up a bit by the port housing, dual 10w speakers and 15w woofer.

not to mention a dual heatsink system, but they're much thinner around the edges than any other. Gaming monitor I used.

Asus has an even more resource-draining gaming monitor with its own £3299 ROG Swift PG32UQX.