ASUS ROG TUF Curved VG35VQ

644,-
Limited supply, order now
644,-
Limited supply, order now

Product information

Key specs

Screen size
35 inches
Sharpness
Quad HD (1440p)
Refresh rate
100 Hz
Pixel density
106 ppi
Color quality
Good

Pros and cons

According to our monitor expert
  • Thanks to the 100Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time, you'll experience smooth images while gaming.
  • Experience colorful, detailed images thanks to the WQHD resolution and HDR 10 support.
  • The curved, ultrawide design provides a panoramic effect and a better overview of the playing field.
  • This monitor doesn't have integrated speakers to play audio.
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Description

With the ASUS ROG TUF Curved VG35VQ Ultrawide gaming monitor, you'll be at the center of your favorite games. The 35-inch screen is curved, which means it bends around your field of vision. While gaming, you won't be dealing with stuttering images thanks to the 100Hz refresh rate. The 1ms response time prevents motion blur. Images also appear extra detailed and colorful thanks to the combination of the WQHD resolution and HDR 10 support. This makes characters and landscapes come to life. The adjustable monitor stand allows you to tilt and rotate the screen, and you can adjust the screen in height. Don't have time to play games because of work or school? You can easily work in multiple windows thanks to picture-in-picture. The blue light filter and flicker-free technology help you prevent strained eyes.

Note: for QHD gaming, you need a powerful video card, such as an NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU or AMD Radeon RX 5000 series GPU, an Xbox One, Xbox Series X or S, or a PlayStation 5.

With the ASUS ROG TUF Curved VG35VQ Ultrawide gaming monitor, you'll be at the center of your favorite games. The 35-inch screen is curved, which means it bends around your field of vision. While gaming, you won't be dealing with stuttering images thanks to the 100Hz refresh rate. The 1ms response time prevents motion blur. Images also appear extra detailed and colorful thanks to the combination of the WQHD resolution and HDR 10 support. This makes characters and landscapes come to life. The adjustable monitor stand allows you to tilt and rotate the screen, and you can adjust the screen in height. Don't have time to play games because of work or school? You can easily work in multiple windows thanks to picture-in-picture. The blue light filter and flicker-free technology help you prevent strained eyes.

Note: for QHD gaming, you need a powerful video card, such as an NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU or AMD Radeon RX 5000 series GPU, an Xbox One, Xbox Series X or S, or a PlayStation 5.


Manual

Manual (2.51 MB)

Included by default

  • Manual (2.51 MB)
  • Power cable
  • DisplayPort cable
  • USB 3.0 cable
  • HDMI cable
  • Quick start guide
  • Monitor stand

Included by default

  • Power cable
  • DisplayPort cable
  • USB 3.0 cable
  • HDMI cable
  • Quick start guide
  • Monitor stand

Manual

Manual (2.51 MB)

Key specs

Screen size
35 inches
Sharpness
Quad HD (1440p)
Refresh rate
100 Hz
Pixel density
106 ppi
Color quality
Good


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Reviews

Most helpful reviews

  • 5 / 5 stars
    9,6/10
    Game changer

    Marjo Ryszczuk | 17 June 2020 | In this version: ASUS ROG TUF Curved VG35VQ

    • Pros:
      Great resolution
    • Pros:
      Compatible gsync and freesync
    • Pros:
      Great curve
    • Pros:
      100hz
    • Pros:
      2500:1 contrast
    • Con:
      Can't use elmb with gsync/freesync
    • Con:
      hdr (not enough nits to support it properly)

    This is such a great monitor i love it. It's trully immersive when you're in a game. i don't think i would be able to go back to 16:9. It's 100hz and for a monitor with this resolution this is plenty unless you have that 2080ti to push more frames but i'm happy with 100hz. I come from a 144hz 24" monitor, i can see the difference between the two for sure but it's a lot better in my opinion to have that amazing resolution with a 21:9 aspect rati it's just crazy. There is a little bit of ghosting but it's not a game killer for me apparently the elmb helps eliminating this but i find that it reduces the brithness so i prefer turning it off.
    The VA panel is also a lot more brighter and the colours popout more than my tn panel. It's 2500:1 contrast ratio so it defintly helps a lot.
    The brightness it's about 300 nits, so it's not enough for the hdr, even if the specs say it has hdr10 it's not that amazing it's actually an 8 bit panel and you need at least a 10bit with minimum 400 nits. A good hdr is around 1000 nits. So i wouldn't recommend for the hdr.
    TLDR: Get this monitor if you want a great ultrawide experience with respectable refresh rate. Do not get it if you want hdr.

    Marjo Ryszczuk | 17 June 2020 | In this version: ASUS ROG TUF Curved VG35VQ
  • 3 / 5 stars
    6,4/10
    Not worth it for gaming.

    Daniel C. | 5 July 2020 | In this version: ASUS ROG TUF Curved VG35VQ

    Good for office, bad for gaming.
    In fast paced games it shows visible ghosting and blurring, to the point it becomes annoying.
    Cables it comes with does not offer the bandwidth necessary to relay the image in a constant manner, so I had random signal lost on DisplayPort, but it's ok with hdmi.
    Otherwise nice build quality, no backlight bleeding, but too expensive and I definitely do not recommend it for fast paced games ( including rpg's).

    Daniel C. | 5 July 2020 | In this version: ASUS ROG TUF Curved VG35VQ