ASUS Launches their ProArt PA32UCG, The Ultimate 4K HDR Monitor – HDR 1600, Mini LED 120Hz

ASUS Launches their ProArt PA32UCG, The Ultimate 4K HDR Monitor - HDR 1600, Mini LED 120Hz

ASUS Launches their ProArt PA32UCG, The Ultimate 4K HDR Monitor 

ASUS has officially announced its ProART PG32UCG monitor, a professional-grade display which has become the first screen to be given VESA’s new DipslayHDR 1400 certification. 

This screen operates at 4K and supports variable refresh rates up to 120Hz and delivers a stellar HDR experience by using a 1152-zone MiniLED backlight. ASUS’ ProArt PC32UCG can offer users peak brightness levels of 1600 nits and sustained brightness levels of 1000 nits, easily exceeding the DisplayHDR 1400 specification.  

ASUS has rated this screen with support for a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio and provides its users with support for the HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision HDR standards, offering 10-bit colour depth support and over 95% coverage of the DCI-P3 colour space. The screen also sports adE colour accuracy value of less than 1 (
The ProArt PA32UCG supports variable refresh rates between 48 and 120Hz over DisplayPort 1.4. The screen also supports Thunderbolt 3 (x2) and HDMI 2.0 (x3) inputs. The screen also contains three USB 3.0 connections thanks to its integrated USB 3.0 hub. 

 

    ASUS ProArt Display PA32UCG is the world’s first HDR 1600 and 120Hz variable-refresh rate professional display. It features 4K UHD resolution and mini LED backlighting that delivers industry leading brightness and color performance for the critical visual workflows of filmmakers, broadcasters and game developers. ProArt Display PA32UCG is VESA pre-certified for DisplayHDR 1400, the industry’s latest and highest standard of HDR performance.

ProArt Display PA32UCG – The World’s First HDR 1600 & 120 Hz Variable-refresh-rate Professional Display  

ASUS plans to release their ProArt PA32UCG monitor in Q1 2020. At this time the screen’s pricing is unknown. 

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