ASUS ROG Sets September Release for ROG Swift 360Hz, the World’s Fastest Gaming Monitor!
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ASUS ROG Sets September Release for ROG Swift 360Hz, the World’s Fastest Gaming Monitor!

ASUS Republic of Gamers today announced an end of September release date for the ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN gaming monitor. With a whopping $1299.00 AUD price you can for now own the world’s fastest esports gaming monitor! Featuring a Full HD (1920 x 1080) Fast IPS panel with up to a 360Hz refresh rate, 1 ms GTG response time and NVIDIA G-SYNC.

ROG has also announced it’s teamed up with Bugha, the 2019 Fortnite World Cup champion, for The Choice of Champions campaign. Giving gamers the opportunity to submit gaming challenges for Bugha to complete using ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN. Participants will be entered to win an ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN gaming monitor and a chance to team up with Bugha in a Fortnite duo competition.

“ROG gaming monitors deliver the speed and features that gives me a competitive edge, and this new ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN has created a noticeable improvement in my performance,” said Bugha. “The ROG Swift 360Hz monitor has improved my performance, and I now find it difficult to go back to using any other monitor. It’s awesome to play with an industry-leading 360Hz refresh rate, which provides not only the fastest response time but also offers a clean and minimalistic design for competing or just playing casually.”

The ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN has been designed with minimum distractions, keeping the focus on gaming. Achieved by a non-reflective bottom bezel, repositioned indicator light and a space-saving V-shaped stand.

The ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN will be available from the end of September with the launch price of $1299.00 AUD.

For more on ROG, check out our previous coverage.

Written by Chris Carew

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