A stunning professional OLED monitor from Asus ProArt is added.

A stunning professional OLED monitor from Asus ProArt is added.

when you require equipment for controlling color in numerous locations. added eye candy

OLED desktop displays are finally becoming more widespread, although those aimed at professionals haven’t fared as well

Professionals are those who operate in the field of professional graphics, for whom color correctness is more than just pleasant to have. These people need tools to help enforce color consistency and uniformity, even across multiple places. who the 32-inch Asus ProArt PA32DCM professional OLED display is intended for.

It is an OLED display with a 4K resolution and typical OLED characteristics like improved contrast, more color reproduction, and colorP3 color gamut coverage.

Asus claims that its color accuracy is less than a Delta E of 1, even though averages of the color imperfections without context don’t tell you anything.

It includes connectors, one of which is a Thunderbolt 4 port (Asus didn’t disclose further information). It is not the ideal solution for bright HDR video mastering because it is only certified for 700 nits peak brightness in a 10% window for HDR, but just as with Delta E specs, the peak brightness rating doesn’t give much information without context.

If every location has a PC32DCM, the display comes with software to calibrate the monitor as well as sync and manage color calibration across numerous locations. This is similar to HP’s DreamColor range. You can organize and carry out calibration sessions remotely using ProArt Color Center. Asus seems to suggest that you may use any colorimeter or even the same one throughout different locales. Like other high-end ProArt models, the display presumably stores the calibrated profiles in hardware. But it’s unclear what reference profiles it includes.

Utilizing a third-party program as the standard in those circumstances could be preferable because proprietary color management tools perform poorly in mixed contexts.

Additionally, at least on paper, it seems beautiful (gimme, gimme). It is visually beautiful, rather thin, and has a simple stand. However, it also has a bar across the back so you can attach it to the cubicle wall or hang it either horizontally or vertically on a wall like a picture frame. It is important to know where the wires connect because all monitor marketing materials show them running cordlessly in a magical way. Otherwise, the configuration could look unsightly. You also give up the standard VESA mount’s practical simplicity.

There are no available prices or dates.