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Asus Launches ‘Art-Oriented’ PA238Q Monitor

ProArt series of PC monitors from Asus has been recently refilled with a new 23-inch model, codenamed PA238Q. The product is targeting professional art designers that specialize in graphics and video editing. Along with unprecedented visual specifications, the new-comer is distinguished by optimized power efficiency. Hence, on maximal loading it consumes up to 33 W power, whereas on idle/sleep mode – not more than 1 W. This art-oriented innovation is already available in the European market at 248 EUR.

Asus ProArt PA238Q is based on AH-IPS panel equipped with LED backlight. It promotes for an ideal color rendering with Full HD resolution format. The integration of a path-breaking matrix ensures the widest viewing angles of 178/178 degrees in both aspects, 250 cd/m2 brightness, 6 ms response time (GtG environment), 16.7 million of displayed colors, as well as 50.000:1 dynamic contrast.

It should be underlined that this monitor comes with a high-precision factory calibration that embraces 99% of Adobe RGB environment, 100% of sRGB environment, and 103% of NTSC environment. In addition, the model is furnished with a special correction tool with six color axes.

To continue, the implementation of Splendid Video Intelligence technology allows increasing color depth and intensity in real time. In their turn, Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture options allow displaying images from two sources simultaneously.

The monitor features a multi-functional stand, so the user might change the height of the display, its viewing angle and tilt, as well as viewing aspect: transfer the screen from all-round view to portrait mode. Furthermore, I/O panel is rich in different interfaces, including mini-DisplayPort, DisplayPort, a pair of HDMI 1.4, one HDMI 2.0 with MHL support, and an in-built four-port USB 3.0 hub (one of the ports is intended exactly to charge-in mobile devices).
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  • 21 July 2014, 12:53
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