Borrowing of the technologies is a common practice among manufacturers of components and peripherals.
Samsung created new monitors with SVA-panels. However, the manufacturer behaves in an intelligent way: first releases its own product and only after some time (about half a year) provides an opportunity to purchase matrices for the needs of other companies. Asus took a chance and bought the technology increasing its range of gaming monitors widely.
One of the new monitors is the 31.5-inch ROG Strix XG32VQ standard WQHD with a scan rate of 144 Hz. What can be said about it?
Panel Type & Backlight - VA / W-LED, edge array
Screen Size & Aspect Ratio - 31.5" / 16:9
Curve Radius - 1800mm
Max Resolution & Refresh - 2560x1440 @ 144Hz / Density - 93ppi
FreeSync Range - 48-144Hz
Native Color Depth & Gamut - 8-bit / DCI-P3
Response Time (GTG) - 4ms
Brightness - 300cd/m2
Contrast - 3000:1