New ASUS ProArt monitors for professionals with OLED and IPS panels

The Taiwanese company has expanded its catalog of ASUS ProArt professional monitors with three new models that, for now, will have a first launch in the United States, and later they will reach the international market. We don’t have specific dates, but in theory the wait shouldn’t be too long.

The ASUS ProArt PA32DC it is a high-end monitor, as it is equipped with a Pure RGB Stripe type OLED panel. As you may have imagined, this model is aimed at demanding professionals who are dedicated to the world of editing, design and content creation. It has a size of 31.5 inches, 3,840 x 2,160 pixel resolution, which guarantees excellent sharpness despite its generous size, and reproduces 99% of the DCI-P3 color space. Its contrast is 1,000,000:1, and its color accuracy is Delta E < 1.

This monitor is DisplayHDR 400 True Black certified, and is the world’s first monitor with an OLED panel that includes automatic calibration. The built-in motorized flip colorimeter provides seamless and effortless calibration experiences, ensuring full color accuracy even after years of use. The display includes a detachable cover designed to reduce reflections and comes with two different stand designs to suit various professional scenarios.


We now jump to ASUS ProArt Display PA348CGV, a monitor that has a screen size of 34 inches, uses a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels (21:9 format) and has a refresh rate of 120 Hz. It is compatible with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. Its panel is IPS type , it has a Delta E < 2 color accuracy, it is Calman certified and its design is optimized to improve ergonomics and reduce the space occupied in the workplace. It comes with DisplayPort, two HDMI, and one USB Type-C connections.

Lastly we have the ASUS ProArt Display PA147CDV, which is a 14-inch portable external monitor with an IPS touch panel, whose screen resolution is 1,920 x 550 pixels. It is designed to be used as a secondary display, reproduces 100% of sRGB and Rec.709 color spaces, features an ASUS Dial, and has Delta E < 2 color accuracy. It supports Microsoft Pen Protocol 2.0, which means that It is a perfect tool for creative and artistic.

We do not have details on the sale price of these new professional monitors, but we do know that their arrival will take place between the second and third quarter of the year. As we said, they will first arrive in the United States.

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