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Asus 4K HDR Monitor Sports a 32-inch ProArt Display

Taiwanese computing giant recently showcased a spectacular monitor over at CES this week, a direct-lit LED 4K HDR display that the company believes will offer tremendously breath-taking pictures when it comes to detail and brightness.

This remarkable monitor is the 4K ProArt PA32U. This monitor was built for use by professionals. It comes with a full-array LED backlight that features 384 individual LED zones. Asus boasts that this technology and hardware embedded within will enable a wide range of dynamic luminance so that a richer image alongside a more-than-impressive peak brightness of 1,000 nits can be achieved.

The large 32-inch monitor further makes use of quantum dot technology so that a wide color gamut can be attained. What this means is that it will be capable of covering 99.5% of Adobe RGB and 100% sRGB, plus 85% Rec. 2020 and 95% DCI-P3. To summarise, working professionals can expect highly accurate colors to supercharge their editing experience.

This monitor also shines when it comes to connectivity. Consumers will receive a pair of Thunderbolt 3 ports. As such, this means that the monitor will be capable of being daisy-chained up to other 4K displays, if you are seriously upping the stakes up at work.

If that’s not enough. the Asus ProArt Calibratio Technology you find on this device will also provide you with all the calibration needs of yours, which includes color tuning and uniformity compensation.


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