Asus launches monitor for graphic designers- ProArt PA32UC

Asus launched a very good monitor for graphics designers and video editors who want the best HDR experience. The ProArt PA32UC is a 32-inch IPS monitor that is aimed at both the gamers as well as productivity workers, although more towards professional video editors and graphic designers. The monitor features a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels on a 16:9 aspect ratio display featuring 5ms of response time that is good even for gamers.

Asus ProArt PA32UC

The monitor although is for those who want the best colour accuracy and high brightness. Most of the IPS monitors feature up to 350cd/m2 of brightness but this one comes with 1000cd/m2 which is insane and perfect for any graphic designer. It comes with HDR(High Dynamic Range) support and a 384-zone direct-lit LED backlight matrix. It has a dynamic contrast ratio of 1000:1 and 178-degree viewing angle which is pretty common in any other IPS panel but this is exactly what you would want if you are a video editor or graphic designer.

The monitor comes with a colour gamut of 85% Rec. 2020, 99.5% of Adobe RGB, 95% of DCI-P3 and 100% of sRGB. These are the quality specs of this display enough for any video editor.

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The ProArt PA32UC comes pre-calibrated to guarantee the industry-leading colour accuracy having the delta E value below 2 and 6 axis adjustment for colour adjustment(R,G,B,C,M,Y). The display is also flicker free to ensure that you enjoy the smoothness in display whether you are working or gaming.

For I/O, it comes with 2x Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports, 4x HDMI(2.0b) and 1x Display port(1.2). There is also one 3.5mm jack for headphone and USB downstream/USB upstream brings you 1x USB 3.0 Type-B and 2x USB Type-A, 1x USB 3.0 Type-C ports respectively.

The monitor is currently available on Bhphotovideo for $2000 and you can know more about it on Asus’s official product page.



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