The ProArt PA32U is lit by 384 LED zones able to a peak brightness of 1,000 nits
Asus, as a part of its CES 2017 showcase, has unveiled the world’s first skilled, direct-lit, LED 4K UHD HDR monitor.
Named the ProArt PA32U, the monitor additionally delivers a peak brightness of 1,000cd/m2, which is achieved by a collection of 384 LED backlit zones. As well as, the PA32U utilised quantum dot know-how, a reality that enables it to ship an extremely large color gamut.
One other high quality of word is the PA32U’s brace of Thunderbolt three USB-C ports, which ship speeds as much as 40GBps and help USB3.1 Gen 2 and DisplayPort 1.2.
Full particulars of the system may be discovered on Asus’ official web site.
Along with the ProArt PA32U, Asus additionally revealed a second monitor, the Designo Curve MX38VQ.
As you’d guess from the identify, the MX38VQ is a curved 37.5-inch IPS monitor which, in addition to delivering an ultra-wide QHD decision of 3840 X 1600, additionally packs a Qi wi-fi charging pad on it stand and options Eight-watt stereo audio system incorporating Harman Kardon and Asus SonicMaster audio applied sciences.
No costs or launch dates have been confirmed for both monitor up to now.
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