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What kind of monitor is Asus ProArt display pa248qv?

What kind of monitor is Asus ProArt display pa248qv?

Designed to satisfy the needs of creative professionals, the ASUS ProArt Display PA248QV Computer Monitor is meticulously calibrated for use in photo and video editing and graphic design.

What does Quickfit do on Asus PA248Q monitor?

ASUS included its exclusive QuickFit Virtual Scale Function with the PA248Q, allowing users to preview photos and documents on screen in their actual sizes prior to printing. It can activated via a hotkey on monitor and used as a guide to accurately view and edit photos.

How big is a 24 inch Asus monitor?

Experience professional-grade color fidelity and reproduction with the Asus 24 inch LCD Widescreen Monitor, PA248Q. Each black Asus Widescreen Monitor guarantees industry-leading color accuracy, having been pre-calibrated to minimize the color difference right out of box.

How big is a 24.1 inch IPS monitor?

Professional artist monitor: 24.1-inch 16:10 WUXGA (1920 x 1200) IPS display with frameless design Industry-standard color space coverage: 100% sRGB and 100% Rec. 709 color gamut with a brightness of 300 cd/m² (max) and a response time of 5 ms (gray to gray)

What is the five way navigation key on the Asus PA248Q?

The PA248Q has a five-way navigation key that acts as a joystick that gives access to the QuickFit Virtual Scale function along with all OSD functions and settings. – Five-Way Navigation Key: Select up/down/let/right or confirm OSD functions.

What kind of connectivity does the Asus ProArt display have?

Connectivity options include HDMI, VGA, and DisplayPort. A built-in USB hub also lets users easily plug-in USB devices and peripherals for quick access. The ProArt Display PA248QV 24.1″ 16:10 Adaptive-Sync IPS Monitor from ASUS is designed for creative professionals and provides them with the tools they need for color-sensitive work.

Which is better ViewSonic or ASUS ProArt monitor?

Well, the ASUS Pro Art, right out of the box had a superior factory calibration. and the average sitting at 1.42, yikes, and this monitor costs $30 more. So ASUS is the clear winner there. Perceptively, both have good screen uniformity, but I think the ViewSonic had slightly more IPS bleed.