The 4k monitors aren’t a novelty anymore and any manufacturer that has a line with these types of peripherals has many models in their catalog. Added to the line is the Asus MG28UQ with a 28 inches TN panel, with the resolution mentioned above of 4k/UHD of 3840 x 2160 pixels and 10 bits color rendering.
The backlight is LED with a maximum brightness of 330 cd/m² and the panel has a viewing angle of 170/160 degrees for horizontal and vertical respectively.
Even though it is not in the ROG range, ASUS, wants to focus this for gamers, by recalculating its millisecond of response time or specific technologies, like OSD Crosshair, that shows a point of customizable on top of an image, FPS counter, video game configuration settings, Game Visual that allow a type of visualization to be defined, depending on the type of game that you’re playing (Racing, FPS, RTS strategy, etc) or the anti flashing system and blue light reduction from the backlighting LED.
Besides theses features, the ASUS MG28UQ has two USB 3.0 ports, a DisplayPort 1.2, two 1.4 HDMI’s, and a 2.0 HDMI. It’s prices has not yet been revealed, as is it’s release into the market.