The biggest story in the design world this year has been the rise of desktop computers with black frames.

As I sit on my couch at home with a glass of wine and a coffee mug, I am looking at a number of models from Intel, Dell, HP, and Asus.

The latest is the ASUS ROG Swift PG258Q, which sports a black matte finish with a gold-colored keyboard.

The matte black finish gives it a futuristic look, and it’s an attractive option when you want a design that feels modern.

The Swift PG278Q comes in a wide range of colors and finishes, including a matte black matte, a dark brown, a matte grey, and a light grey.

ASUS’ Swift PG277Q comes with a matte silver finish.

The ROG PG258 is the first desktop with an RGB backlight, which is something the company hasn’t done with other products.

The new Swift PG is a step forward in that direction.

The design is sleek, but not too sleek.

The keyboard feels good, though the glossy finish feels cheap.

But it is very comfortable.

The glass screen is nice, but it doesn’t feel like the type of glass that is most commonly used for gaming.

And the included stand is a nice touch, though it isn’t something I would recommend unless you are on a tight budget.

But overall, the Swift PG has a lot going for it.

The black frame is one of the few choices out there that offers a more affordable option for the user who is looking for something a little more affordable.

The RGB backlighting is great.

The stand feels solid, but doesn’t need a lot of setup.

The screen itself is nice.

The only thing that bothers me is the lack of RGB lighting on the back.

And if I wanted to, I could put the screen in a stand, but I would probably be paying more for that option.

It is a good, inexpensive option.

I am definitely going to be ordering the Swift, as I have a few other options.

If you are looking for a cheaper alternative, the ASUS Swift PG279Q is a great option.