Asus ProArt Series PA246Q LCD Monitor Review

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If you are fortunate enough to have just bought one of the new series of AMD or Nvidia discrete graphics solutions then today’s review product might be of interest. Asus have released a new 24 inch IPS screen, set to target discerning users who want to move up from their current mainstream TN monitor. Are you flush with cash and wanting an upgrade? then read on.

The Asus ProArt PA246Q is a hell of a screen on paper. It boasts a 10 bit P-IPS panel with 98% coverage of the Adobe colour space (100% RGB coverage and 102% NTSC coverage), an adjustable stand, six way colour adjustment via R,G,B and C,M,Y and a plethora of connections.

Additionally, they have incorporated a 12 bit look up table to enhance the overall image quality, specifically for colour purists.

Manufacturer: Asus Speakers: no
Panel Type: P-IPS Response Time: 6 ms
Screen Size: 24.1″ Brightness: 400 cd/m²
Pitch Size: 0.270 Web Camera: no
Connectors: 1 x D-Sub
1 x DisplayPort
1 x DVI-D
1 x HDMI
Power Usage (Switched on): 75 W
HDCP: yes VESA: yes
TV Tuner: no 3D Support: no
Resolution: 1920×1200 Widescreen: yes
Refresh Rate: 50Hz – 76Hz Monitor Colour: Black
Viewing Angle: 178 / 178 (°H/°V) Dimensions (with stand): 558.4 x 380.8 x 235 (WxHxD)
Contrast Ratio/DCR: 50000:1
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Asus ProArt Series PA246Q LCD Monitor Review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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  • Quentin

    Im surprised how ugly it looks, ASUS are normally really into the appearance. its very old fashioned looking.

    At least it is a good screen technically

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  • Hank

    I really dont rate the Dell U2410. from what ive read on forums, the calibrations are often out. I think ASUS will do a better job of the calibration side of things. This looks fantastic. might shortlist it for my screen purchase end of August, but id like to move up in size also to 27inch. Meaning the dell model atm with higher resolution is also on my shortlist. downside? it costs 800 quid.

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  • Francis

    I like the looks ! nothing wrong with it. im not into the piano finish screens with blue glowing panels etc.

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  • 98273m3

    Seems pretty much the perfect screen under £500. I wish ASUS made a 30 inch screen with this technology and 2560 resolution. I swear when I can afford it im moving up in size. my desk isn’t ideal for 3 screens, otherwise id move to that.

    I dont like Dell as every screen ive ordered from them in the past has dead pixels.

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  • Luay

    People might disagree on video cards, Cases, RAM kits, but a pure PC enthusiast would never argue on a durable 1920×1200 10-bit IPS rotating display. Asus is da man! for $3,500, LCS 6990 CF and Proart in eyefinity. hmmmm~~~~~~~~~

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  • John

    I think the looks are appealling. the red stripe is slightly out of place but its not such a big deal. I like the fact they have went for actual buttons. sounds such a silly point to make, but my samsung capactive touch controls drive me nuts.

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  • Gavin

    very sexy screen, bit expensive for me as all I do is game and play with friends online. I like my £180 illyama.

    Still nice to see asus moving into the pro market, or maybe they have had thse before!

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