What We Know About the Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ
It's been over a year
now since Asus officially announced their ROG Swift PG27Q gaming display,
which was then showcased at CES 2017. In fact it's been even longer since the
prototype was shown off in June 2016! We bring you some updates on what we
know so far about this display below
We know from the
original press release material and also
Asus' website what to expect from the key specs and features. As a
reminder, the PG27UQ is a 27" screen with an IPS-type panel from AU Optronics
(M270QAN02.2 AHVA technology). It features a 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD resolution
and will be the first panel of its kind to pair that "4K" resolution with a
144Hz native refresh rate. Not only that, but the screen has been produced in
conjunction with NVIDIA as part of their "G-sync HDR" range, and will feature
a high end 384-zone Full Array Local Dimming (FALD) backlight for optimal LCD
HDR performance. Apparently Asus have added an option to the OSD menu to
control the speed of the FALD operation which could be useful, especially
since early FALD adoption such as that on the
Dell UP2718Q was pretty slow - and probably not suitable for fast 144Hz
gaming. It remains to be seen of course how fast the FALD can operate, but
this is likely to be a key consideration for this as a viable HDR gaming
display. It's also likely to be one of the causes for the long delay we
More details spec notes
Quantum Dot screen
coating then provides a boost to the colour gamut of the screen, allowing it
to extend beyond the typical sRGB and achieve >90% DCI-P3 (125% sRGB
Asus rep has confirmed that the 1.07b colour depth is (not surprisingly)
achieved through an 8-bit+FRC panel. Not that this will really make much real
difference in practice for the target uses.
This high bandwidth
requirement is supported through the latest DisplayPort 1.4 interface. HDMI
2.0 is also provided for console connectivity although that will be limited to
60Hz for those devices. An Asus rep has confirmed that 4K HDR consoles like
the PS4 Pro and X-box One X will support HDR @ 4K on this screen over HDMI as
This has been
frequently pushed back as it was originally expected to arrive in Q3 2017
based on a panel mass production date of July 2017 from AU Optronics. Several
delays to panel production have meant that the date has slipped on several
occasions. The latest information we have obtained from sources in the UK is
that the screen is expected now around Q3 2018, something that our friends
over at Blurbusters have also confirmed with sources in the USA.
More recently NVIDIA
started to tell some reporters that they firmly expected a release before the
end of April, although we don't put a massive amount of faith in that
personally as it's not NVIDIA who are ultimately producing, releasing and
selling this Asus screen (or equivalents from Acer and AOC). At the end of
March an Asus representative
posted in the ROG forums that they expected production would start in May.
A rather adventurous "mid/late May or early June" was then forecast.
We would be very
pleasantly surprised to be wrong about this, but we still feel that a Q3
release is most realistic right now, certainly for any mass market, high
availability of the screen. We will update this news item if we receive any
We won't speculate on price too much as
this is still to be finalised, but there has been talk of the screen being
anywhere between $2000 and $3000 USD, or equivalent Euro/GBP pricing.
ViewSonic XG3220 with 31.5" VA Panel and
ViewSonic have just
announced a new 31.5" screen in their XG gaming series. The XG3220 features a
VA technology panel from Innolux (AAS = Azimuthal Anchoring Switch in fact)
and offers a 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD resolution, 5ms G2G response time, 3000:1
contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 178/178 viewing angles, 8-bit+FRC colour
depth and a wide 95% NTSC colour gamut (sRGB is approx 72% NTSC).
FreeSync support is
offered with a variable refresh rate range of between 40 and 60Hz. HDR10
support is mentioned in the spec, although there's no talk of any form of
local dimming being used, or any improved peak brightness and so we expect HDR
performance to be very limited. It can probably support HDR content as an
input, but not offer anything really in terms of true HDR experience as an
output (other than the extended colour gamut).
There is a full range
of tilt, height, swivel and rotate adjustments offered from the stand. For
connectivity there are 2x HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2a available, along with
a 3.5mm headphone hack and 2x USB 3.0 ports. 2x 5W stereo speakers are also
No word on price or
release date yet.
BenQ SW240 for Professional Uses with 16:10 Aspect
Only recently did AOC
announce their new X24P1 display with a 23.8" screen size and fairly rare 1920
x 1200 resolution (16:10 aspect ratio). BenQ have also recently launched a
similar screen, their SW240 with a 24.1" sized screen and that same 1920 x
1200 resolution. It is based on an IPS technology panel and is focused on
This model sports a
wide gamut backlight and comes with factory calibrated (dE <3) sRGB and Adobe
RGB preset modes. 99% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB and 95% DCI-P3 colour gamut
coverage is specified. It also has a hardware calibration feature for its
14-bit 3D LUT and has a 1.07b colour depth support.
In other specs the IPS
panel offers a 5ms G2G response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 250 cd/m2
brightness, 178/178 viewing angles and 60Hz refresh rate. A full range of
tilt, height, swivel and rotate adjustments are offered by the stand. There
are DVI, HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.2 connections offered along with a 3.5mm
headphone jack. The screen even has an integrated SD card reader along with 2x
USB 3.1 ports. An optional shading hood (SH240) is available to help minimise
The screen is expected
to be released before the end of May at a retail price of <£400 GBP.
Eizo CG319X with 4K Resolution for HDR Video Editing
Eizo have recently released their new
CG319X display, a 31.1" sized display with a full 4K 4096 x 2160 resolution.
It is designed for HDR video editing and colour accurate photo work. The
ColorEdge CG319X is equipped with HLG (hybrid log-gamma) and the PQ
(perceptual quantization) curve for displaying and editing HDR (high dynamic
range) video content. The optimized gamma curves render images to appear more
true to how the human eye perceives the real world compared to SDR (standard
dynamic range). This ensures professional creators can reliably display HDR
content for editing and colour grading. Oddly there is no mention of any form
of local dimming or FALD backlight on this model, nor any specs for an
increased "peak brightness".
This wide-gamut monitor faithfully
reproduces 98% of the DCI-P3 standard used in digital cinema and supports the
Rec. 2020 standard used in broadcasting. In addition, it covers 99% of the
Adobe RGB colour space so images shot in Adobe RGB will be displayed
correctly. The wide colour gamut also ensures reproduction of almost the
entire ISO-coated and US web-coated CMYK colour spaces used in printing.
In compliance with the DCI standard, the
ColorEdge CG319X offers a high contrast ratio of 1500:1 for producing true
blacks that are otherwise difficult to display on a typical LCD monitor. When
viewing the screen from an angle in a dimly lit room, dark tones typically
appear washed out due to the display characteristics of LCD backlights. The CG
Series is equipped with a retardation film which allows tones to retain their
depth even when viewed from an angle. This looks like it will be like an A-TW
polarizer film which is great news.
Spec wise the 31.1" sized screen uses an
IPS technology panel and offers a 4096 x 2160 resolution, 9ms G2G response
time, 1500:1 contrast ratio, 350 cd/m2 brightness and 178/178 viewing angles.
The CG319X features a built-in calibration
sensor to help hardware calibrate the screens 24-bit 3D LUT and schedule
measurements. The panel supports a 10-bit colour depth itself. A digital
uniformity correction function is also provided to improve uniformity of the
display. The screen comes with a full range of ergonomic adjustments with
tilt, height and swivel offered. There is a provided shading hood as well.
The ColorEdge CG319X is equipped with two
DisplayPort and two HDMI inputs. It supports various video formats of up to
10-bit 4:4:4 at 50/60p via DisplayPort and 10-bit 4:2:2 at 50/60p via HDMI. A
3-port USB 3.0 hub is also provided.
AOC X24P1 with 16:10 Aspect Ratio IPS Panel
AOC have recently
announced a fairly rare screen size and resolution which is likely to interest
some buyers. The X24P1 uses a 24" range screen (actually 23.8" in size) and
features a 1920 x 1200 resolution (16:10 aspect ratio) instead of the far more
common 1920 x 1080 (16:9). This gives users a little bit more vertical space
to work with, and while it might not be as suitable for multimedia uses, some
people do prefer it for more general office/photo type work.
The X24P1 is based on
an IPS technology panel and offers a 4ms G2G response time, 60Hz refresh rate,
1000:1 contrast ratio, 250 cd/m2 brightness, 178/178 viewing angles, 16.7m
colour depth and standard sRGB gamut. There is a full range of tilt, height,
swivel and rotate adjustments offered by the stand. The screen has
DisplayPort, HDMI, VGA, 4x USB 3.1 and a headphone jack included for
connectivity. There are integrated speakers provided as well.
The screen is
scheduled for June 2018 availability in the UK and Europe with an MSRP of
Philips 272B8QJEB Designed for Comfortable
Designed for the
"performance-conscious business user" and focused on viewing comfort and smart
ergonomics, Philips have recently announced the release of the 27" 272B8QJEB
display. The screen offers a
2560 x 1440 resolution IPS technology panel, 5ms G2G response time, 1000:1
contrast ratio, 250 cd/m2 brightness, 17/178 viewing angles and a standard
sRGB gamut. It supports Adaptive Sync as well although it's not widely
promoted on their spec pages or press release.
There is a 10-bit colour depth supported
along with 12-bit internal processing to offer a larger colour depth and
smoother gradients. There are VGA, DL-DVI, DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI
connections offered along with integrated USB 3.0 ports. There are also 2x 2W
integrated speakers along with a headphone jack.
The new 272B8QJEB display combines the paper-like reading experience of
EasyRead Mode with the great flexibility of its SmartErgoBase, a special
monitor base designed to simplify the adjustment of the display's height,
swivel, tilt and rotation angle to suit any individual preference and
ergonomic need. Low blue light modes and a flicker free backlight operation
are also key as part of the viewing comfort focus.
Philips 272B8QJEB, with
an RRP of £239, will be available in March 2018.
Iiyama ProLite XB2779QQS with 5K Resolution and
Iiyama have recently
released a new 27" model in their ProLite range of screens. The XB2779QQS
features an IPS technology panel with a 5K 5120 x 2880 resolution. Of interest
is the edge-to-edge glass finish as well which will provide a glossy screen
coating to this monitor, something pretty rare in the market nowadays.
In other specs the
screens offers a 4ms G2G response time, 1200:1 contrast ratio, 440 cd/m2
brightness, 178/178 viewing angles, 16.7m colour depth (interestingly listed
as 6-bit+FRC in Iiyama's specs) and 60Hz refresh rate. FreeSync is also listed
in the specs although not heavily promoted on the Iiyama website. There are 2x
DisplayPort 1.4 interfaces available which will support the full 5120 x 2880
resolution at 60Hz refresh rate. 3 additional HDMI interfaces will support up
to Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 resolution @ 60Hz. 2x 2.5W stereo speakers are
provided along with a headphone out port. The stand offers tilt, height and
AOC PDS241 and PDS271 with F.A.Porche Design
March 2nd 2018
Actually launched last
Spring (2017) but not given much coverage at the time (sorry!), the PDS series from AOC offers a unique design, thanks to its
exceptional appearance conceptualised jointly with the famous design house
Studio F. A. Porsche. The 24” PDS241 and the 27” PDS271 have the slimmest
profile ever at 5.2 mm, even thinner than most smartphones. There is a 3-side
frameless design to the panel and a unique curved "twisted metal" stand.
Both screens offer a
1920 x 1080 resolution IPS panel, 4ms G2G response time, 1000:1 contrast
ratio, 250 cd/m2 brightness, 16.7m colour depth, 178/178 viewing angles and
60Hz refresh rate. The spec talks about a 100% sRGB colour gamut, but also
then mentions wide gamut support with a 90% NTSC coverage. A single HDMI 1.4
connection is provided along with a headphone out port. Only tilt adjustment
is offered by the stand.
LG 38WK95C 37.5" Ultrawide with FreeSync
February 28th 2018
The LG38WK95C has
recently been announced, featuring a large 37.5" sized screen with a 24:10
aspect ratio IPS panel. This offers a 3840 x 1600 resolution, giving it a bit
more space than a typical 34 - 35" screen vertically. AMD FreeSync is
supported for variable refresh rates although the maximum refresh rate is only
75Hz on this screen thanks to a small overclock of the 60Hz native refresh
rate like on previous screens this size from LG such as the
38UC99. Dynamic Action Sync (a low input lag mode) and Black Stabilizer
settings are also provided to enhance gaming experience.
The screen offers a
5ms G2G response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 178/178
viewing angles, 8-bit+FRC colour depth, 99% sRGB. DisplayPort 1.2a, HDMI 2.0,
USB type-C, 2x USB 3.0 and a headphone jack are provided for connectivity. 2x
10W 'Rich Bass' speakers are integrated in to the screen as well.
HDR10 is promoted in
the specs although with only a normal sRGB gamut mentioned, no higher peak
brightness spec (300 cd/m2 normal brightness) and no reference to any kind of
local dimming support it seems that this is not anything meaningful on this
The screen retails for
$1499.99 in the US and is expected to be available soon.
AOC AG352UCG6 Black Edition with 1440p and 120Hz
February 28th 2018
AOC have recently
announced a new 35" screen in their popular AG gaming series of screens. The
AG352UCG6 Black Edition features a 3440 x 1440 resolution and a 120Hz refresh
rate VA technology panel. NVIDIA G-sync is supported and the screen comes with
a range of gaming extras including a headphone holder, range of gaming preset
modes and AOC Shadow Control settings.
The AG352UCG6 has a
1800R curvature and offers a 4ms G2G response time, 2500:1 contrast ratio, 300
cd/m2 brightness, 178/178 viewing angles, 16.7m colour depth and 100% sRGB
colour gamut. There are tilt, height and swivel adjustments offered by the
stand, and an integrated lighting system on the back of the screen as well
which can switch between red, green and blue colours. HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort
1.2 connections are provided and there are also 2x 2W stereo speakers.
The screen is expected
to be available in May 2018
Dell S2419HM and S2719DM with Ultra-thin
February 28th 2018
Dell have recently announced a couple of
new monitors in their Studio S-line, the S2419HM and S2719DM. Both feature an
ultra-thin screen profile, measuring only 29mm at its thickest point, and down
to 5.5mm at the thinnest! This is made possible thanks to the use of a
Corning Iris™ Glass light-guide plate. There is a borderless design as
well to the panel, offering a sleek and attractive overall appearance.
The S2419HM is 23.8" in size and sports a
1920 x 1080 resolution IPS panel while the S2719DM has a 27" sized IPS panel
with 2560 x 1440 resolution offered. Both have a 5ms G2G response time (fast
mode), 60Hz refresh rate, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 400 cd/m2 brightness, 178/178
viewing angles, 8-bit colour depth and 99% sRGB gamut ('greater than' 85%
DCI-P3 coverage offered). Both models are promoted as being HDR capable and
have a 600 cd/m2 peak brightness for HDR10 content according to the specs. The
27" model is listed as "DisplayHDR 400" compliant as well, although as we've
our HDR article we feel that classification is very loose and doesn't
really mean there's anything meaningful in the way of HDR experience.
There is a boost from these screens in peak
luminance which is good, but apart from that neither screen offers a 10-bit
colour depth, Ultra HD resolution or a gamut quite wide enough to deliver a
true HDR experience. Also keep in mind that both seem to only offer global
backlight dimming, and so no local dimming benefits are available for HDR it
The new screens offer only a tilt
adjustment from the stand, and it should be noted that due to the ultra-thin
profile that VESA mounting is not supported. There are 2x HDMI 2.0 and a 3.5mm
audio put offered for connections
S2419HM is listed on Dell.com at a retail price of $299.99, while the
S2719DM is listed at $499.99. Both are available now.
Asus, Acer and HP Announce 65" Big Format Gaming Displays
January 10th 2018
conjunction with NVIDIA, this week at CES 2018 in Las Vegas Asus (image on
left), Acer (image on right) and HP (image below) have all showcased their
massive new 65" large format displays aimed at PC gaming. Despite the huge
size, these new screens are not a TV, they are a computer monitor and will
feature support for 120Hz refresh rates and NVIDIA G-sync. This is a true
native 120Hz refresh rate, not interpolated like many available LCD TV's and
so will support frame rates of up to 120fps. This is then supported by the
G-sync function to allow for dynamic variable frame rates. Low input lag is
also being promoted as a key feature, which separates these large format
displays from most TV screens.
The Asus ROG Swift
PG65, Acer Predator BFGD and HP OMEN X65 Big Format Gaming Displays
offer an Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 resolution and even supports high-end HDR
functionality through the use of a Full Array Local Dimming (FALD) backlight
system, with peak brightness of 1000 cd/m2. This HDR feature is supported by
the 125% sRGB colour gamut, offering ~90% DCI-P3 coverage thanks to the use of
Quantum Dot coating.
can also enjoy 4K HDR content streaming with the integrated NVIDIA SHIELD, the
most advanced streamer with video, gaming, voice control and smart home
remains to be seen whether a screen this large is really practical for users,
as it's aimed at PC gaming really and how many people have the desk room for a
65" display, or can sit a comfortable viewing distance of a few meters away
for PC gaming? You could have it as a living room display given the size, as
it's probably larger than most people's TV screens, although it's unlikely to
feature all the integrated TV tuners etc that you might need, and it's
probably unlikely again that users will have their PC in the living room to
game from. Perhaps this is more of a concept than something which will sell in
high volume, although it's certainly interesting as a display option.
Pricing and additional details will be
released closer to the availability date, which is expected to be later this
Asus ProArt PQ22UC for Professionals with 4K OLED
January 10th 2018
Of exciting note from CES 2018 is the new
Asus ProArt PQ22UC display. Aimed at professional users and video and photo
editing, the PQ22UC will venture in to the World of OLED display technology,
something which has barely made a dent in desktop monitors so far. Around a
similar time in 2016 Dell announced their 30"
UP3017Q display, which featured an OLED panel. This emerged for sale in
the US but never made it to Europe and was quite quickly withdrawn from sale.
At the moment there are no viable desktop displays using OLED technology.
The Asus PQ22UC is something quite
interesting then. This model is small by today's standards at only 21.6"
diagonal, although perhaps if the concept does well we will start to see
larger screen sizes emerge later on. This model features an Ultra HD 3840 x
2160 "4k" resolution (at 206 PPI) and even includes HDR 10 support. This
includes a 99% DCI-P3 colour gamut, although peak brightness was not mentioned
in the press release. Given it is an OLED panel, expect peak brightness to be
in the region of 500 - 600 cd/m2 (now confirmed to be 350 cd/m2), but with the ability to offer very high
dynamic range thanks to the super-low black depth that OLED can achieve. The
native contrast ratio of the panel is 1,000,000:1 in fact. It is a 10-bit
"true RGB stripe OLED panel that produces primary hues natively rather than
filtering white light”, Asus say in their press release. It has been factory
calibrated to dE < 2 as well and offers hardware calibration support.
The screen is also very thin in profile and
weighs only 0.9Kg in total, making the screen portable according to the press
release. A 0.1ms response time is also mentioned, again another strength of
OLED technology. This is not a screen aimed at gamers though keep in mind and
we expect it to be limited to a 60Hz refresh rate. So although pixel response
times should be nice and low, you are limited by refresh rate when it comes to
gaming. The screen is also not expected to include any variable refresh rate
technology like G-sync or FreeSync.
The OLED panel being used here is produced
by JOLED, a joint venture between Japan Display, Sony and Panasonic. JOLED
that it is ”aiming for printing OLED panels to penetrate the market for
medium-sized professional monitors”.
The monitor offers 2x USB-C and micro HDMI
ports. It also has an angled stand that is detachable. The screen is expected
to be available around the Spring time, but no word on pricing yet.
Update 11/1/18: Correction to the
response time spec which is 0.1ms as opposed to 0.01ms. The typical brightness
of the screen is 140 cd/m2, with peak brightness of 350 cd/m2. Keep in mind
that this is an OLED and high dynamic range will be supported thanks to very
low black depth and high static contrast ratios. 2x USB type-C connections are
provided along with a micro HDMI 2.0b port.
BenQ ZOWIE XL2740 with 27" 240Hz Refresh Rate Panel
January 4th 2018
BenQ have recently released a
new 27" model in their e-Sports range of gaming screens. The
ZOWIE branded XL2740 is a larger version of the 24.5" XL2540
which has been available for a while now, this time offering a
larger 27" screen size. It has the same 240Hz native refresh
rate which is the key selling point of this model, for super
fast frame rates and great motion clarity benefits. This XL2740
despite being larger, has the same 1920 x 1080 resolution as the
XL2540 model, which is a current limitation of providing the
super-high 240Hz. This model is also an upgrade to the older
XL2720 model, which also featured the same 1080p resolution but
had a maximum 144Hz refresh rate.
In other specs the TN Film
based XL2740 offers a 1ms G2G response time, 1000:1 contrast
ratio, 320 cd/m2 brightness, 170/160 viewing angles, 16.7m
colour depth and sRGB gamut.
Other gaming features include
the light shield, familiar black eQualizer settings, loads of
game preset modes and an S-switch accessory for quick OSD and
setting changes. There is a tilt/height/swivel/pivot adjustable
stand, and there are DL-DVI, HDMI 1.4, HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort
1.2 connections provided for connectivity. HDMI 2.0 or DP 1.2
are needed to run the full 240Hz refresh rate. Headphone and mic
jacks are also included along with 2x USB ports.
Samsung C34J791 with Thunderbolt 3 Connection
January 4th 2018
CES 2018, Samsung Electronics will expand the connectivity and performance
capabilities of its signature curved display line-up with the debut of its new
CJ791 monitor, the first curved monitor to feature Intel’s Thunderbolt 3
connectivity. Designed for entertainment and business audiences, the 34-inch
CJ791 ~(presumably the C34J791) model aligns single-source power and
processing speed with an exceptional picture quality for a comfortable and
productive user experience.
Through a single Thunderbolt 3 cable, CJ791 users can link and dock their
monitor and laptop without extensive wiring. The Thunderbolt 3 connection
provides processing speed of up to 40 Gigabits per second (Gbps) – a rate
nearly four times faster than USB alternatives – allowing users to enjoy
connectivity across a full ecosystem of docks, displays and peripheral devices
including Macs, USB type-C laptops, and other desktop accessories like storage
drives or external graphics cards. The Thunderbolt 3 interface also enables
the CJ791 to provide up to 85 watts (W) of laptop charging power.
The CJ791 offers a 34"
screen size in an ultrawide 21:9 aspect ratio, with a 3440 x 1440 resolution.
It comes with a steep 1500R curvature and features Quantum Dot coating to
increase the colour gamut to around 125% sRGB. The response time is also
mentioned in the press release at 4ms G2G although refresh rate is not
mentioned. This will presumably feature one of Samsung's own SVA panels, but
we do not know if this will be one of the newer 100Hz panels or just a 60Hz
version. The extended colour gamut means that it can offer the colour space
coverage for HDR standards, but again there is no mention in the press release
of HDR support or corresponding details for peak luminance etc. We do know
that the stand provides tilt and height adjustment (no mention of side to side
Full spec and pricing
information to follow when we get it, but expect more news during CES 9 - 12th
Asus ProArt PA32UC with FALD Backlight and HDR
January 4th 2018
Asus have recently added a new 32" sized
screen to their ProArt series of displays. The PA32UC is a professional grade
monitor supporting high-end HDR capabilities. This model has a Full Array
Local Dimming (FALD) backlight system to deliver optimal local dimming for HDR
material, certainly a preference over simpler edge-lit local dimming. Have a
read of our
detailed HDR article if you want to know more about these techniques and
about HDR in general. The FALD backlight offers 384 zones on this 32" screen,
and the rest of the spec offers high end HDR experience as well. This includes
a 1000 cd/m2 peak brightness, 95% DCI-P3 colour space (85% Rec.2020, 99.5%
Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB) and 10-bit colour depth support. Asus even mention "1
micro second operation" (=0.001ms) to show they have tried to ensure fast
local dimming, which has become a requirement under the recent
DisplayHDR standards introduced by VESA, and something we found slowed
down the experience on the FALD equipped
Dell UP2718Q when we tested it recently. How this translates back in to
actual "lag" of the FALD we don't know yet.
The screen comes factory calibrated and
hardware calibration is also supported for high end professional calibration
and control. In other specs the screen features an Ultra HD 3840 x 2160
resolution from its IPS-technology panel. There is a 5ms G2G response time,
1000:1 contrast ratio, 1.07b colour depth, 178/178 viewing angles. FreeSync is
also supported up to the maximum 60Hz refresh rate. Thunderbolt 3, HDMI 2.0b,
DisplayPort 1.2 and 2x USB-type-C (one in and one out) connections are
provided for connectivity. There are also 2x USB 3.0 ports, a headphone hack
and 2x 3W stereo speakers included. The stand features a full range of tilt,
height, swivel and rotate adjustments.
No word on price or release date yet.