Had this large monitor by Asus for a couple of weeks now but have not had the time to unbox it. So I checked it out again and saw it’s not your ordinary kind of PC monitor – the Asus ProArt PA246Q is one of those rare, professional-grade monitors.
It’s got that cold, thick, industrial-type design devoid of any eye-candy but what it lacks in looks, it makes it up with a slew of specs and features.
This 24.1″ display comes with a matte-finish screen with a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels, and swivels in all 3 directions (up, side and diagonally).
- P-IPS panel with 98% Adobe RGB coverage and 178Â° wide viewing angle
- QuickFit Function instantly boost design efficiency by providing real-size document, photo, and grid on screen
- Built-in USB hubs and 7-in-1 card reader for instant connection
Panel Size: Wide Screen 24.1″ (61.13cm) 16:10
Color Saturation : 98%(Adobe RGB), 100%(sRGB), 102%(NTSC)
Panel Type : P-IPS
True Resolution : 1920×1200
Full HD 1080P : Yes
Pixel Pitch : 0.270mm
Brightness(Max) : 400 cd/ãŽ¡
ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio (ASCR) : 50000:1
Viewing Angle (CRâ‰§10) : 178Â°(H)/178Â°(V)
Response Time : 6ms (Gray to Gray)
Display Colors : 1073.7M (10bit)
Signal Input : HDMI ,D-Sub, DisplayPort, DVI-D
AV Audio Input : HDMI 1.3
Earphone jack : 3.5mm Mini-Jack (for HDMI & DisplayPort Only)
USB Port(s) : 1 x upstream, 2 x downstream
Card Reader : SD, MS, MS Pro, MS Duo, xD, MMC, SM
To top it all off, the box also contains all the needed connectors — DVI cable, VGA cable, DisplayPort cable and USB cable.
Been looking for this in stores but have found none. Even the local online stores does not list it so we’re still not sure how much the retail price is. I reckon it’s not going to be cheap (probably in the vicinity of Php20k?). Will post an update once it’s available.