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ASUS introduces two new monitors in its ProArt Display series

ASUS presented two new monitors from its Pro Art Display series at the NAB 2024 trade fair, which may be of interest to some. The first of these is the ProArt Display PA32KCX, which measures 7680 x 4320, i.e. 32 inches with 8K picture quality. This is said to be the world’s first professional 8K mini LED monitor. The average ΔE value is said to be less than one. The new monitor is said to cover 97% of the DCI-P3 color space and have a brightness of 1,200 nits thanks to its 4096-zone mini LED backlight. The continuous brightness is specified at 1,000 nits.

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It supports multiple HDR metadata formats, including HLG and HDR10, so creatives can check how content will look on a variety of target displays before sending it for final delivery.

ASUS also mentions that a flip colorimeter is built in to maintain the display’s accuracy at a professional level over the long term. It also supports auto and self-calibration. LuxPixel technology is also on board, which offers functions such as Eye Care, Anti Glare and Low Reflection and is primarily intended to protect the eyes from strain and fatigue. The whole thing comes with HDMI 2.1 and DosplayPort 2.1 connections. A USB hub is also implemented, which accommodates two Thunderbolt 4 Type-C ports and packs up to 96 W USB Power Delivery.

Next, the ProArt Display OLED PA32UCDM was also presented, which is only 31.5″ and works up to 4K UHD. However, it is said to offer 99% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space. However, it is pre-calibrated at the factory to achieve an average ΔE value of less than The ProArt hardware calibration technology is said to allow color accuracy to be optimized and color profiles to be written back. Here, 1000 nits peak brightness is possible, with 10-bit color depth. The display supports multiple HDR metadata formats, including HDR10 and HLG, and works seamlessly with Calman hardware calibration software and Light Illusion ColourSpace CMS. There are again 2 Thunderbolt 4 Type-C connections, but only HDMI 2.1 connections. The stand is 50% smaller than the last generation.

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ASUS has not yet revealed when it will be launched on the market. How expensive it will be for the customer has also been left open so far.

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mir gefallen ja die Pro Art Sachen von Asus sehr gut wobei mir ein bezahlbarer OLED Monitor lieber wäre.

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Schon das Aussehen der Monitore finde ich genial. Da mein Laptop auch von ASUS ist, würde das optisch auch wirklich gut zusammenpassen.

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