Monday, June 2nd 2014

ASUS Reveals the ProArt PA328Q UHD Monitor

Today at ASUS has taken the veil off its latest UHD (3840 x 2160) widescreen display, the ProArt PA328Q. This new 32-inch monitor offers 10-bit color and 100% sRGB coverage and features 178/178-degree viewing angles, 350 cd/m2 brightness, 100,000,000:1 'Smart Contrast', a four-port USB 3.0 hub, tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustment, and an array of inputs which includes HDMI 1.4 (UHD @ 30 Hz), HDMI 2.0 (UHD @ 60 Hz), mini DisplayPort, and DisplayPort 1.2.

The ProArt PA328Q is set to arrive in Q4. No price tag was announced.
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9 Comments on ASUS Reveals the ProArt PA328Q UHD Monitor

#1
ZetZet
waitaminute is this ips?
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#2
koaschten
DisplayPort 1.2 means 60Hz@UHD too right?
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Cristian_25H
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by: koaschten
DisplayPort 1.2 means 60Hz@UHD too right?
Yes, both DP 1.2 and its 'mini me' are capable of UHD at 60 Hz.


by: ZetZet
waitaminute is this ips?
It's not specified but it's likely an IPS panel. TN on a ProArt model would be... inappropriate? :)
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ZetZet
by: Cristian_25H
Yes, both DP 1.2 and its 'mini me' are capable of UHD at 60 Hz.




It's not specified but it's likely an IPS panel. TN on a ProArt model would be... inappropriate? :)
it is specified, TN panels can't have 178 degree viewing angle.
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#5
arterius2
by: ZetZet
it is specified, TN panels can't have 178 degree viewing angle.
so you answered your own question then.
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#6
BorisDG
32'', UHD - for me sounds like IGZO by Sharp which suck for me personally.
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#8
erixx
Dimensions and resolution wise this is the monitor I want! Price?..
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#9
Octavean
I'm sure this Asus ProArt PA328Q will use a newer single UHD scaler so it will be SST rather then MST.

This is likely the first or one of the first to replace the older gen (more or less) hacked together MST solutions.

HDMI 2.0 is a nice plus too.

I'd guess this would be about the same price as the Asus PQ321Q when it was first launched,...which was about ~$3500 if I recall correctly.
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