An LCD requires a far more complex backlighting solution than the standard single BLU (Backlight Unit) for a strong HDR performance. A key component of true HDR is the ability to deliver brilliant bright shades and deep, dark shades at the same time.
With its local dimming solution 1152 Mini LED, that’s definitely something the PA32UCX provides. Another evolution of this is the ASUS PA32UCG, employing the same number of dimming zones but further driving up luminance and refresh rate. As a part of the ProArt group, the panel has a style that is minimalistic but luxury. Matte blacks are combined with various brushed aluminium elements of dark grey and black colour.
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The aluminium coated bottom bezel is relatively thin. Slender are the top and side bezels, with a slim panel border that is flush with the rest of the glass, with a slim hard outer part. In other words: a dual-stage architecture. A combination of pressable buttons and a joystick at the back of the monitor controls the OSD (On Screen Display), running vertically close to the right edge as seen from the front.
ASUS PA32UCG 120Hz 4K IPS Monitor with VESA DisplayHDR 1400
The display uses an AU Optronics AHVA (Advanced Hyper Viewing Angle) panel with a 32 “IPS-type (In-Plane Switching or similar) panel. This has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 (‘4K’ UHD), a standard static contrast of 1000:1 (10m:1 HDR) and horizontal and vertical view angles of 178°.
A refresh rate of 120Hz is enabled alongside Adaptive-Sync and includes AMD FreeSync (refresh rate range of 48 – 120Hz, plus LFC). A thin matte anti-glare coating is used, when the display is adjusted factory with an acceptable DeltaE of
A response of time of 5ms is specified grey to grey. This monitor is branded not as a “gaming” monitor but as a monitor for “game development.” That’s not to say you can’t enjoy the creative efforts of other people as a gamer or consumer, but it is definitely a nod to the high-end specification and featureset offered here.
Other noteworthy features include different settings for Low Blue Light (LBL), 6-axis color adjustment and 4-way PbP (Picture by Picture) and PiP (Picture in Picture). The provided stand mounts using a quick-release mechanism, while VESA 100 x 100 mm for alternate mounting is included.
The provided stand offers full ergonomic versatility. The ports include; AC power input (internal power converter), 2 Thunderbolt 3 USB Type-C ports (1 in, 1 out of 60W PD), DP 1.4, 3 HDMI 2.0b ports, 3 USB 3.0 ports, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. There are also 2 x 3W Stereo Speakers. See the manufacturer’s website for more information. The monitor is due to come out in Q1 2020. Pricing specifics are still in the process of ending, but this display should obviously come with an associated premium pricetag.