New Asus 4K computer monitor to debut in June
CNETAnalysis: Asus has announced a new 4K computer monitor that will launch in the US this month. Called the PQ321, the new monitor measures 31.5 inches and host an impressive 3840 x 2160 resolution. Asus is yet to announce a release date for the UK and Australia.
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