For CES 2023 Asus are today announcing a couple of new models in their professionally focused ProArt series. There’s the PA32DCM, a 31.5″ OLED display with a 4K resolution, and the PA279CRV, a 27″ LCD model. Both are aimed at professional users, content creation and have a focus on productivity and colour accuracy.
Asus ProArt Display OLED PA32DCM specs
Designed for discerning creative professionals, ProArt Display OLED PA32DCM features a 31.5″ sized 3840 x 2160 “4K” resolution, pure RGB Stripe OLED panel.
The screen has a max brightness of 700 nits, and offers also a wide colour gamut with 99% DCI-P3 coverage and 10-bit colour depth. The screen comes factory calibrated with a dE <1. Thanks to the OLED panel there is near-instant response times, per pixel dimming for exceptional HDR performance, true blacks and a near-infinite contrast ratio. Asus quote 1 million:1 for the contrast ratio spec in fact. There is support for both HDR10 and HLG formats for HDR which is good news.
This elegant monitor has a 50% smaller base compared to its predecessors, freeing up precious desk space for a neater setup. Users can also do away with the base completely and mount the monitor on a desk partition or wall in either portrait or landscape orientation for more flexible placement
High end hardware calibration support
The Asus ProArt Hardware Calibration technology ensure the most accurate colors, plus ProArt Display OLED PA32DCM works seamlessly with Calman and Light Illusion ColourSpace CMS professional hardware calibration software. It provides users with extensive connectivity, including a full-function Thunderbolt 4 port with 90 W power delivery, HDMI, and USB hub.
ProArt Color Center is a centralized online tool that helps users manage the color accuracy of multiple ProArt displays that support hardware calibration, to ensure consistent colors across the board. ProArt Color Center allows users to check when the monitors were last calibrated, whether the monitors need calibration, and can be used to schedule calibration time for multiple monitors, even if they’re using different color parameters, and situated in different locations. For example, monitor-calibration times can be scheduled for a design team in London that works with sRGB, and a Taipei-based video editing team that uses DCI-P3. ProArt Color Center would then calibrate these monitors.
Asus ProArt Display PA279CRV specs
This is a smaller model at 27″ in size but offers the same 3840 x 2160 “4K” resolution. This is a traditional LCD offering instead of OLED, being built around an IPS-type panel. It is Calman Verified and factory calibrated to Delta E < 2 color accuracy, and features 99% DCI-P3 and 99% Adobe RGB color gamut.
For connectivity there are DisplayPort 1.4 (including daisy chaining support), HDMI 2.0 available. The screen also offers USB type-C connectivity with 96W power delivery (unclear if DP Alt mode is included). USB data ports and a headphone jack are also provided. PA279CRV is 30% thinner a base that’s 33% smaller, so it takes up less desktop space for a neater workstation.
In addition to the 27-inch PA279CRV model, this series also includes 24-inch PA248CRV and 32-inch PA329CRV. All three monitors are made of 85% post-consumer recycled plastic (PCR) and come with paper-based packaging. All three monitors target to meet global environmental standards.
More information on specs, availability and pricing when we get it.
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