Nvidia and ASUS have announced the world’s first 'ROG Swift 500Hz' G-Sync gaming monitor. The monitor includes a 24-inch 500Hz TN panel designed for 1080p esports titles. The new ‘ROG Swift 500Hz’ monitor comes just after Nvidia and ASUS announced a 360Hz gaming monitor at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show.
Nvidia’s ‘Phantom VEO 640S’ motion camera is just one of the monitor’s new integrations. The camera includes 72GB of RAM, allowing consumers to record gameplay from titles like Valorant up to 1,000fps. Smoother animations will eliminate any tearing or ghosting, and the reduced latency will enable players to see animations faster than players on a 240Hz or 144Hz monitor.
A release date for the ‘ROG Swift 500Hz’ monitor has not yet been confirmed.
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ASUS Announces the World’s First 500Hz Nvidia G-Sync Gaming Monitor
1. High Refresh Rate Monitors - There is potential for increased demand for high refresh rate monitors with even higher refresh rates than 500Hz, as the market for gaming monitors continues to expand.
2. Motion Capture Integration - There is potential for further innovation in monitor design by integrating advanced motion capture cameras like the Phantom VEO 640S into monitors for improved gaming experiences.
3. Reduced Latency - There is potential for disruption in the monitor industry by introducing monitors with even lower latency than the 'ROG Swift 500Hz' monitor, enabling players to see animations and respond faster for more immersive gaming experiences.
1. Gaming Monitors - The gaming monitor industry can capitalize on the demand for high refresh rate monitors with even higher refresh rates than 500Hz, and by integrating advanced motion capture cameras for improved gaming experiences.
2. Motion Capture Technology - The motion capture technology industry can explore opportunities to integrate their advanced cameras into other products beyond traditional film and video applications, such as gaming monitors.
3. Computer Hardware - The computer hardware industry can innovate in reduced latency technology for monitors and other products, enabling faster response times and more immersive experiences for users.