It was previously reported that Acer would be delaying their 4K HDR Predator X27 display, and now ASUS is pushing theirs back, too: the ROG Swift PG27UQ will not be released until 2018. Two specific possibilities come to mind: either the reference design needs to be further polished, or mass production of the panel was delayed by AUO. Unfortunately for NVIDIA, this ultimately serves as a de-facto delay for their G-Sync HDR platform, as these displays are the flagship of the line. No other 4K G-Sync HDR displays have been announced, and there are precious few panels set to be released this year that would even meet NVIDIA's needs. Otherwise, in the opposing AMD camp, while none of AMD's partners have announced similar FreeSync displays, any potential products using the AUO panel should be similarly impacted. So FreeSync users looking for a flagship-quality FreeSync 2 HDR display will find themselves waiting into 2018 as well.