[CES 2013] To be honest, after seeing everything else that Asus has unveiled at CES this year, it is a downer to cap it all off with something that does not exactly excite the masses – the world of monitors. I am referring to the PA249Q ProArt LED-backlit monitor, where it will target those who need a professional-grade monitor to help with their work. In fact, Asus claims that the LED-backlit PA249Q ProArt is capable of delivering uncompromising color precision which incidentally has been pre-calibrated at the factory to ∆E <5, making it the highest accuracy of any screen in its segment.
Other hardware specifications that ought to keep perfectionists more than happy would include a 16:10 1920 x 1200 IPS panel for superior image quality and viewing angles, 100% Adobe RGB color reproduction, and customizable color adjustment options. You as the user are able to modify red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, and yellow hue levels independently, which is definitely a feature that will find favor in the sight of graphics designers .
The Asus QuickFit Virtual Scale will help display images and documents in their native size on-screen for “what you see is what you get” accuracy, while a quartet of USB 3.0 ports boosts connectivity options for those who are interested.
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