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ASUS Designo Curve MX38VQ: 37.5 Inch Curve Monitor
Recently, ASUS Designo Curve MX38VQ has been announced, which is a 37.5-inch curve series monitor. It is a fabulous addition to curve series Designo monitors by ASUS. Not only this, the curve monitor comes with sophisticated features as well as Qi wireless charging pad. Asus Designo series launched way back eight to nine years ago and till this day the models released remain elegant.
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Spec wise, the new curve monitor sports a 37.5 inch UWQHD-class (3840 x 1600) resolution based IPS panel. Its aspect ratio is set at 24:10 at 2300R curvature. The aspect ratio and resolution are perfect for watching movies, as a lot of movies are shot in this resolution bracket. The Audio system is also elegant in hardware and software. It uses a stereo audio sub-system co-designed with Harmon/Kardon that features two 8W speakers with software enhancement options. Moreover, the monitor has two display ports, one normal VGA port and two HDMI 2.0 ports with 5ms response time.
However, regardless of all the high-end specs, the key appealing point is something else. ASUS Designo Curve MX38VQ display has a 5W/1A Qi wireless charging pad in the base. Furthermore, there are only two brands namely, AOC and Samsung, with Qi wireless feature added in their displays. Moreover, there are many smartphones with integrated Qi wireless charging feature which can utilize the new feature of ASUS Designo curve MX38VQ to charge the smartphones.
Regardless of all the high-end tech put into ASUS Designo curve display, it is slated for $1099. The release date is in Q3 2017. It is interesting to note here that with this price point in mind, one can afford the curve display conveniently. Because, its competitors who use the same panel are priced much higher, example: LG38UC99 at $1600.
What do you think about the ASUS Designo Curve MX38VQ? A good buy for 2017?