Asus displays are really in the spotlight right now. As a matter of fact, they have unveiled a pair of revolutionary high-end desktop monitors accompanied by their own clever tricks. However, the company didn’t show all of their new cards up in their sleeves last CES event.
One of The High-End Asus Displays: The Designo Curve MX38VQ
As can be seen in the image below courtesy of Engadget, the Designo Curve MX38VQ will definitely be the center of attraction. It sports a 37.5” display at 3840 x 1600 resolution. Surprisingly, this monitor also has a Qi wireless charging pad. The said charging pad would definitely be useful for the user’s smartphone.
People may have already seen a wireless charging monitor before. However, the previous ones aren’t as big and as wide as the Designo Curve MX38VQ. This gigantic high-end Asus display is also sporting a frameless panel.
In addition, it also has a Harmon Kardon-boosted speakers. Hence, this display would be useful for the people who are tight on space.
Yet Another High-End Asus Display: The ProArt PA32U
While the MX38VQ is built for an everyday user, the ProArt PA32U is aimed specifically at the creative crowd. One of the basic things we know about the ProArt PA32U is it is a 32” display. On the unique side, it is considered as the first pro-oriented, as well as, directly lit monitor with high dynamic range and 4K resolution.
Furthermore, the image quality of this monitor is its best weapon. The user can get 95% of the movie-grade DCI-P3 color gamut. In addition, it can also be calibrated with the settings that are saved in hardware. And last but not the least, you can dish out up to 1,000cd/m2 of brightness.
And if those features still fail to impress, the ProArt PA32U has also equipped with a pair of Thunderbolt 3 ports. Hence, if the user has the new MacBook Pro or a decent Windows PC, his/her monitor can serve as a dock.
On the positive side, there’s also a cheaper version of the ProArt PA32U which is called ProArt PA27AQ. This cheaper and lesser monitor is sporting a 27” display with a lower 1440p resolution. Fortunately, it still has the Thunderbolt 3.
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