Having hit the books about how to devise innovative yet fashionable entertainment devices for consumers, Asus is back in the picture. The company now introduces the latest Asus PA246Q ProArt series monitor, a 24-inch LCD display with a native resolution of 1920 x 1200.
Designed for those with a taste for sophistication, the newly unfurled model graces the aura with a P-IPS panel partnered with extensive color gamut, reproducing nearly 98 percent of the Adobe RGB color space. Proud for a 178° wide viewing angle, the monitor prances as an answer for incomparable performance.
Boosted by Asus’ exclusive QuickFit Virtual Scale, the stylish PA246Q augments the usability factor with a highly adjustable stand at the same time. For easy connection to multiple devices, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D and D-sub inputs can be put to use. In addition, its sRGB mode ascertains brilliancy in the image quality front, while the ability to display 1.07 billion colors, which touts to be sixty-four times more colors than conventional displays, makes the unit grab additional points.
Calibrated to trim down the color difference to Delta E less than 5, the most recent addition to Asus’ trunk also features picture-in-picture multitasking capability which enables users to view images from different signals. The monitor’s body can be removed further from the stand for reconfiguration on a VESA-compliant mounting device.
The pricing and availability details of the Asus PA246Q ProArt series LCD monitor are yet to be announced.