ASUS reveals their ProArt PA32UC 32-inch 4K HDR monitor

A fully featured HDR display!

ASUS reveals their ProArt PA32UC 32-inch 4K HDR monitor

ASUS reveals their ProArt PA32UC 32-inch 4K HDR monitor

In the past year, PC users have not had a great time when it comes to getting fully featured HDR displays, with many monitors shipping with HDR branding and a sub-par HDR feature set. These monitors often lack support for local dimming, brightness levels which would provide a notable increase of SDR screens and an expended colour gamut which is again below the standard HDR 10 rating. 

ASUS has revealed their new ProArt PC32UC monitor, offering precisely what professional need in an HDR display, with 1000 nits of brightness, support for 95% of the DCI-P3 colour space, 85% of the Rec.2020 colour space, a full 4K resolution and 384 dynamic backlit zones for local dimming. In short, this IPS type display offers the full HDR experience. 

With ASUS' prestigious ProArt branding, this display is designed with colour accuracy in mind, offering support for a 14-bit colour look-up table and factory pre-calibration. The display has inputs for HDMI 2.0 (x4), DisplayPort 1.2 and ThunderBolt 3, making this display compatible with PCs, Macs and modern games consoles. ASUS also lists this monitor with Adaptive Sync (VESA FreeSync) support, though at this time the monitor's Adaptive Sync range is unknown. 


ASUS reveals their ProArt PA32UC 32-inch 4K HDR monitor


At this time the price of this display is unknown, though judging from the cost of high-end HDR TVs this unit is not expected to be cheap, especially when considering the display's advanced feature set. 

The USB 3.0/ThunderBolt 3 connection on this display can offer up to 60W of power to connected devices, with the ability to daisy chain two of these displays from a single ThunderBolt 3 device, without the need for a dedicated control hub or switch. Each monitor will also ship with a ?E colour calibration value of less than 2, making this display ideal for graphic designers, photographers and others who need super accurate colour support.    

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