ASUS shows ProArt monitors including mini LED model with 8k resolution – Computer – News

ASUS has announced two ProArt monitors. One of those models is a mini LED monitor with HDR support and a resolution of 7680×4320 pixels. The other model is a 4K QD OLED model that it previously released in the ROG series.

ASUS shows the ProArt Display PA32KCX and the ProArt Display OLED PA32UCDM during the NAB fair in Las Vegas. The first model is a 32-inch mini LED monitor with a resolution of 7680×4320 pixels. The screen has 4096 dimming zones, relatively many for a monitor. The screen also has a peak brightness of 1200cd/m² and a stable standard brightness of 1000cd/m². Furthermore, the model has support for multiple HDR formats, including HLG and HDR10.

The monitor has an HDMI 2.1 and a DisplayPort 2.1 connection. In addition, there are several USB ports on the model, including two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 4 that can output 96W of USB Power Delivery.

ASUS ProArt Display PA32KCX

ASUS also releases the ProArt Display OLED PA32UCDM. That is a monitor with a 31.5″ UHD panel with a resolution that ASUS only describes as 4k but does not specify otherwise. That appears to be the same device as the ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM, which ASUS announced earlier this year during CES. It then turned out that it was a monitor with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. The screen also has a refresh rate of 240Hz and support for HDR 10 and Dolby Vision. The model has a peak brightness of 1000cd/m² and can display 99 percent of the DCI-P3 color spectrum.

What is new about this model is that the device includes support for hardware calibration software. There are also more connections on the model, including a Thunderbolt 4 connection for the same USB Power Delivery as the more expensive model. The design that characterizes the ROG series has also been adjusted. The prices and availability of both models are not yet known.

ProArt Display OLED PA32UCDM