ASUS ProArt Series PA238Q professional Monitor

Asus this week has unveiled a new IPS based monitor from its ProArt Series, designed for professional use. The new 23-inch PA238Q j model features LED-backlit panel with native 1920 x 1080 resolution with 178゚viewing angles, which reproduces 100% of the sRGB color space and Asus claims that every individual monitor is precision calibrated at the factory to ensure unmatched color accuracy.

The professional monitor has dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000,000:1, brightness of 250 cd/m2 and 6ms (GTG) response time. Connectivity includes HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-D, and D-sub interfaces with support for multiple sources, and also has four USB ports -two on the side, two on the back of the monitor. It comes with ASUS-exclusive QuickFit Virtual Scale software to display photos and documents in their true size on screen and also supports alignment, centimeter and inch-based grids for added flexibility. The PA238Q’s stand offers fully-adjustable height, tilt, swivel, and pivot, for easier work and enjoyment.

ASUS ProArt PA238Q Monitor

ASUS ProArt PA238Q Monitor

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