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.
|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|
|TV Tuner:||no||3D Support:||no|
|Refresh Rate:||50Hz – 76Hz||Monitor Colour:||Black|
|Viewing Angle:||178 / 178 (°H/°V)||Dimensions (with stand):||558.4 x 380.8 x 235 (WxHxD)|