Once again, I am having trouble locking down the panel type, but ASUS may have checked off all the right boxes here for gamers who are looking to update their display: the PG35VG is big, refreshes at 200Hz, offers tear-free gameplay courtesy of G-Sync, and even includes localized dimming technology for deeper blacks. Acer also has a take on this panel with their Predator X35; both monitors are covered here in an NVIDIA posting. The ROG Swift PG35VQ conforms to the HDR10 standard and draws from both an expansive palette of colors and a wide range of contrast. We employ quantum dots to broaden the spectrum of tones the display can produce, making gradients smoother and images more lifelike overall. Using these luminescent nanoparticles allows the monitor to support the wider DCI-P3 color space typically associated with cinema projectors. In addition to satisfying gamers, the PG35VQ is likely to entice content creators who want to mix work and play on the same display.