Assuming (one of) the reasons you're buying either monitor is gaming, I'd go for the active GSYNC module if there's no price difference. 3440x1440 & 2560x1080 and all Ultrawide resolution enthusiasts are welcome, as well as those wanting to upgrade, Press J to jump to the feed. Those 512 zones of local dimming are vital for the highs and lows of high dynamic range visuals, but when they’re tracking a bright mouse cursor over a dark screen, providing an ugly tracking halo of light around it just after you move, it’s beyond distracting. And now I’m in love. But it’s still in line with Asus’ other ultra-bright gaming monitors, such as the ROG Swift PG27UQ, and this is a far superior display than that. are the property of their respective owners. And one that marries ultra high refresh rates, exemplary HDR support, and stunning SDR visuals... once you turn off that variable backlighting weirdness anyways. Release is set for Q3 this year but without new information we can only guess if it really will release then. As such, as soon as you enable HDR in the Windows desktop settings it comes back. I say ‘almost’ because it sadly still doesn’t have proper ultrawide support which won’t require you screw about with a hex editor just to get a close approximation of a fullscreen 21:9 experience. Any News about PG35VQ, Predator X35, XG438Q and 38GL950G News Guys, any news on these monitors, i need one, but i wont waste my money on a monitor without minimum HDR 600 + … There was one thing that almost had me hating the Asus Swift PG35VQ, which would have made me a very sad panda given that it’s almost everything I’ve ever wanted in a PC gaming monitor. It’s barely noticeable when you’re in front of it, and honestly I’m not entirely sure of its value – beyond the obvious aesthetic – when the VA panel is so good in terms of the viewing angles. And so far there was no info about HDR on this monitor. This report from Malaysia says new Acer X35 Predator monitor to be released August 1 at around $2300. But I’ll almost forgive them when it looks so damned good…. LG 38GL950G: Asus RoG Swift PG35VQ: Acer Predator X34P: Series: UltraGear--Model alias: 38GL950G-B-X34Pbmiphzx: Display Information about the main characteristics of the display - panel, backlight, … However in my corner of the world there's a 500 bucks price difference between the two. Oh thats great news, ill google it up, looks like its Acer version of Asus XG438Q, Nice I'm soo glad their launching these new 43 inch 120-44hz 4k monitors cant wait to get one this winter. According to TFTcentral it'll be more like September / October. I’m saying all this in the past tense because it’s no longer an issue. The halo-ing is really frustrating, ignoring the cost, because this is the first screen I’ve used where I could otherwise happily run with the HDR mode left on. And, almost inevitably, it was because of the flailing fustercluck that is HDR gaming on the PC.