Thursday, May 20th 2021

ASUS Announces a Trio of ProArt Professional Displays: PA279CV, PA278CV, and PA247CV

ASUS today announced the availability of ProArt Display PA279CV, PA278CV, and PA247CV. The three new factory-calibrated monitors are Calman Verified and offer Delta E 2 color accuracy with 100% sRGB and 100% Rec.709 color spaces. Available in a range of sizes and panel types, the monitors offer extensive connectivity with USB C (with 65-watt power delivery), DisplayPort, HDMI, and a USB hub to cater to content-creator workflows. The 27-inch ProArt PA279CV and PA278CV offer a 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) panel and WQHD (2560 x 1440) panel, respectively; and ProArt PA247CV features a 23.8 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) panel.

ProArt Display PA279CV, PA278CV, and PA247CV are designed to cater to the needs of creative professionals, from photo and video editing to graphic design. Creative professionals rely on color-accurate displays to ensure that their creations look exactly as intended. All three monitors are factory calibrated and Calman Verified to guarantee industry-leading color accuracy. They feature Delta E 2 color accuracy, 100% sRGB and 100% Rec. 709 color spaces, and support the DCI-P3 color gamut for lifelike colors.
The top of the range ProArt PA279CV is a 27 inch 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) HDR monitor that offers four times the pixel density and up to three times more onscreen space than similarly sized Full HD displays, for sharper and more detailed visuals.

ProArt Display PA279CV, PA278CV, and PA247CV feature extensive connectivity for compatibility with numerous devices and media sources. Connectivity options include an HDMI port, DisplayPort, and a USB C port which offers superfast data transfers, DisplayPort support, and 65 watt power delivery to charge devices. The USB-C connection enables users to connect to a laptop and enjoy full USB-C functions via a single cable. These monitors also have a USB hub with four USB 3.1 ports to support multiple device connections and enable creators to work more efficiently.

ProArt displays have an ergonomic stand to enable tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustments for comfortable viewing and working experiences. The screen can be rotated 90° for use in portrait mode, which is ideal for working on long documents, coding, browsing the web. A quick-release mechanism also makes it easy to attach the display to a VESA wall mount.

For more information, visit the product pages of the PA279CV, PA278CV, and PA247CV.
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6 Comments on ASUS Announces a Trio of ProArt Professional Displays: PA279CV, PA278CV, and PA247CV

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Minus Infinity
Pro labels and still insisting on that rubbish 16:9 format. Why aren't we seeing the move to 16:10 screens like with laptops. Further these are all 27", where are the 32" versions, well at least of the 4K. Would love a 3840 x 2400 16:10 32" monitor.
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heinztvoert
Minus InfinityPro labels and still insisting on that rubbish 16:9 format. Why are we seeing the move to 16:10 screens like with laptops. Further these are all 27", where are the 32" versions, well at least of the 4K. Would love a 3840 x 2400 16:10 32" monitor.
A 4k 32' monitor is only good if you are a distance away from it. Normal sitting distance you will be moving your head back and forth to see the whole screen. and unless they increase the pixel density it may not be as clear as you want it. a 27' inch is large enough
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mechtech
Minus InfinityPro labels and still insisting on that rubbish 16:9 format. Why are we seeing the move to 16:10 screens like with laptops. Further these are all 27", where are the 32" versions, well at least of the 4K. Would love a 3840 x 2400 16:10 32" monitor.
Indeed

Personally 24" 4k, very light AG coating, true 10-bit no frc, no pwm backlighting, DP 2.0, 120Hz, either 16:10 or 3:2 ratio, etc. etc.

Good thing monitors typically last 10 years, I can keep waiting for the day.................
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MentalAcetylide
I'm a bit ignorant when it comes to the technical aspects of monitors. I know we have two general types of monitors: gaming and productivity/color accuracy.
My question: What is/are the lynchpin(s) that is preventing us from having the best of both worlds in a single monitor(i.e. the color accuracy with higher refresh rates)? Or rather, at least have two different modes in a single monitor where you can have a higher refresh rate with a sacrifice in color accuracy and a sacrifice in refresh rate for better color accuracy.
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BluesFanUK
Did they forget to mention it'll cost the same as a small country? Asus have some nerve in the way they price their products. 4K screens should be the norm by now, many people still can't justify the huge outlay.

Also 32 inch has to be minimum. I'd say my eyesight is fairly good but native 4K on a 27 inch is not usable at all, on 32 it's very small but not enough for you to squint. I upgraded about four years ago from an Acer S277HK to an Acer BM320, i'd never go below 32 after that.
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Minus Infinity
heinztvoertA 4k 32' monitor is only good if you are a distance away from it. Normal sitting distance you will be moving your head back and forth to see the whole screen. and unless they increase the pixel density it may not be as clear as you want it. a 27' inch is large enough
Speak for yourself, I find totally the opposite.
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