ASUS will build the recently announced NVIDIA G-Sync technology into its next generation of computer monitors. This will involve the inclusion of a G-Sync module that will interact with hardware and software built in to NVIDIA Kepler based GPUs. The new technology helps to improve graphical performance be eliminating lag, tearing, and stuttering while gaming. The company plans to include the technology in an updated VG248QE gaming monitor that will be available in the first half of next year at an MSRP of $399. Associate VP of the Display Business Unit Vincent Chou said, "ASUS strives to provide the best possible gaming experience by being at the forefront of technology and innovation. We are excited to be first to support and embrace NVIDIA's new G-Sync technology in upcoming ASUS gaming monitors. Gamers are certain to be impressed with its incredible step-up in smoothness and visual quality." Be sure to check out our forum thread from ClayMeow that shares his early thoughts on the new technology.
Source: Press Release