Asus has recently launched an Asus Designo Curve MX38VQ Monitor at Consumer Electronics Show CES this year.
The Designo Curve MX38VQ is an ultra-wide 37.5 inch IPS display monitor with the screen suited resolution of 3840 × 1600 pixels for displaying UHD content filmed in a 21:9 aspect ratios. The monitor design features frameless bezels and a 2300R curvature with a silver metallic finish. Every point on the screen is equidistant to the viewer’s eyes, the company notes, making truly immersive experience when gaming or watching movies.
The Asus monitor will comes with 8-watt stereo Speaker with Harman Kardon designed audio sub-system as well as Asus SonicMaster audio technologies.
As for the connectivity purpose, the new Designo Curve MX38VQ monitor has DisplayPort and HDMI inputs, like the many contemporary products. The monitor also comes with the support of TUV Rheinland Certification for Flicker-free and low Blue Light technology to ensure a comfortable viewing experience.
The monitor also supports Qi wireless charging in its glass base for the smart device charging. So far, only the AOC and Samsung have released monitor with Qi charging technology, but now Asus also release with this technology that let your device charge without typical wired cables. There are tens of smartphone and tablets with integrated Qi wireless charging. The devices include Samsung smartphones, Google, HP, Microsoft and Asus itself also.
Asus plans to launch the Designo Curve MX38VQ monitor to public in Q3 2017 priced at $1099, which is considerably lower compared to the current price of the LG 38UC99 monitor that is cost for $1600, which allegedly uses the same panel. The Asus Designo Curve MX38VQ Monitor is already listed on the company’s global website, which means the product will be available rather earlier than later.