ASUS has several ROG gaming laptop displays at Computex 2019. While many are already available, either for purchase or pre-order, ASUS put out a press release that rounds them up. It explains the highlights and why they matter to certain customers.
Top of the list is their new 17-inch, 240Hz option. This new panel will be available as an option for the ASUS Strix SCAR III and the ASUS Hero III laptops. While we know that it will have a 3ms response time, the press release does not elaborate much more than that. The SCAR III options table notes that the panel is FHD (1080p) IPS. At CES 2019, however, ASUS showed a new panel running in the previous generation Strix SCAR II. That press release stated that the panel was based on IGZO technology and manufactured by Sharp, and it would find “a more permanent home later this year in a future ROG laptop”. While something could have happened between January and now, I would expect that these are the future ROG laptops.
In other words, it seems like this is a 1080p, IGZO, IPS panel from Sharp.
Next up is their 4K, 120Hz option. Its response time is also rated at 3ms. ASUS also says that the panel is capable of 100% Adobe RGB. This panel will be available as a 15.6-inch option for the Zephyrus S GX502 ultraslim gaming laptop. The press release also mentions that it will be available with GSync and a 400-nit backlight (for bright environments).
The third and final announcement is their 4K UHD AMOLED display with HDR. This panel does not have an announced home yet; it is currently on demo in a Zephyrus S test machine. It will not be available in a high refresh rate option, however. The AMOLED refreshes at 60Hz, but it does so with a 1ms response time. If that limitation is acceptable, then the panel also has an 80,000:1 contrast ratio and covers 100% of DCI-P3.
If you are interested, check out more at the ASUS website.