Asus PA328Q ProArt 32-inch UHD Monitor Review

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picture_perfect

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Oh my. I'd use this one as a nice digital picture frame. Not gaming because 1080p 144hz gets you much less lag, persistence blur and stutter. These resolutions are really too high for decent gaming.
 

jasonelmore

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i use pro-arts as gaming monitors.. the PA 248Q is what i roll with

I would have seriously considered this monitor for gaming and creative work, but the lack of adobe RGB on a $1300 monitor kills the deal.
 

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If you're going to review a PA Professional grade monitor whose advertizing and promotional claims touts 100% Adobe RGB I would think you would have underscored the fact that it only achieves sRGB as a major issue. Instead you've glossed over it and reviewed the monitor as though such claims were never made and or never existed. Doesn't it say on the box 100% Adobe RGB? And yet nothing about it is mentioned. Not much of a review then is it.

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/asus-proart-pa329q-uhd-display,29225.html

http://pcdiy.asus.com/2015/06/asus-pa329q-new-professional-4k-monitor-for-image-enthusiasts-editors/
https://www.asus.com/ca-en/Monitors/PA329Q/
 

mosc

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What's all the fuss about 100% coverage of adobe RGB?

"If you need a 32-inch UHD monitor with a wide gamut only the NEC PA322UHD and the Dell UP3214Q have it."... and they cost twice as much.

Can you find a 32" 4K monitor for less money that covers more? No. OK then what's your criticism?
 
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