We recently reported on ASUS’s new notebooks, primarily for creative customers and targets, one of the important features of which is that each OLED panel received a display. Obviously, this is due to the huge color space offered by the technology, the great contrast and the high luminance – which is why the OLED panel makes sense not only for notebooks, but also for monitors, so we will get a lot of such products in the coming months.
ZenScreen MQ13AH – the world’s first portable 13 “OLED monitor [+]
We also start the list with an interesting feature, the ZenScreen OLED MQ13AH, the world’s first portable 13.3-inch OLED display. ZenScreens are primarily recommended alongside notebooks and have received a number of features that improve portability. For example, the MQ13AH has a proximity sensor that automatically lowers the brightness when not in use.
It has a mini HDMI and three Type-C connectors, two of which have DP Alt and a third USB-PD function. The device panel offers Full HD resolution, 100% DCI-P3 color space and delta E below 2. If the 13.3 ”isn’t enough, there’s a bigger sibling, the 15.6” MQ16AH, with similar parameters. Both devices have an origami-like lid that can be turned into a support. The two portable monitors will be available from November.
ProArt PA147CDV – portable widescreen display with calibrated panel and ASUS Dial [+]
Still staying with portable monitors, the 14 ”ProArt PA147CDV, which uses a 1920×550 pixel IPS panel – targets creative professionals – the resolution also shows an aspect ratio of 32: 9. Extra is the ten-finger touch panel and MPP 2.0 support, as well as a delta E value below 2 thanks to Calman calibration. In terms of color space, the manufacturer promises 100% coverage of the Rec. 709, and as with the new products in the ProArt family, the ASUS Dial, which we have already written about in connection with notebooks, will appear on the color here. This device will be available in stores at the end of December this year.
ProArt PA32UCR – Mini LED, 4K, DisplayHDR 1000, delta E <1 ... [+]
Traveling from Lilliput to Brobdingnag, our first stop is the 32-inch ProArt PA32UCR, a Mini LED-backlit LCD monitor with 576 zones, VESA DisplayHDR 1000-compliant capabilities. Of the HDR formats, it also supports HDR10 and HLG, and is also endowed with built-in hardware calibration technology, and if anyone buys it, they will have to wait until December.
ProArt OLED PA32DC – 4K OLED panel with built-in calibrator [+]
The next 32 ”device, the ProArt OLED PA32DC, is built on an OLED panel. It is the first device to use such technology and has a built-in calibrator. The screen is a 4K, HDR-capable panel using clear RGB bands, providing a 99% DCI-P3 color space. This display supports the DisplayHDR 400 True Black standard and also supports multiple HDR formats and PQ curves. With the built-in colorimeter, automatic, scheduled calibration is also possible, and even a shade is included as an accessory. In the case of the market, the date of entry into the market is not yet officially known.
TUF Gaming VG30VQL1A – 200 Hz and FreeSync Premium at 30 inches [+]
TUF Gaming VG30VQL1A is not aimed at artists, but rather at gamers, which is a 30-inch screen with a 2560×1080 pixel, 1500R radius arc, AMD FreeSync Premium, a maximum update of 200 Hz and a response time of 1 ms. The screen also supports HDR display, including the HDR10 format, and its color space corresponds to 127% of the sRGB space. This model could hit store shelves in January next year.
ASUS BE27ACSBK with built-in webcam, microphone and USB hub for video conferencing [+]
Targeting more business users, the ASUS BE27ACSBK has been given a 27 ”panel with IPS technology. Its resolution is QHD, and the interesting feature of the device is the built-in, tiltable and rotatable webcam, which offers Full HD resolution and can be an ideal solution for video conferencing. Face Auto Exposure technology is designed to improve image quality – familiar from smartphones, for example: it recognizes the face and optimizes camera settings for it.
The monitor’s array microphone, AI noise cancellation solution and stereo speakers help deliver sound perfectly. In terms of connectors, it also has two DPs and an HDMI, and it has a USB hub, but it also offers a DisplayPort via a Type-C connector, as well as an 80-watt USB-PD connection, so paired with a suitable notebook, you can also transmit video signals and charge your notebook with a cable. . The device is expected to hit stores during November.
ProArt A1 projector, world’s first Calman Verified certified, delta E <2 color fidelity and 98% sRGB [+]
After the monitors, we also touch the world of projectors a bit, with the arrival of the world’s first Calman Verified certified projector, ProArt A1, which offers a delta E below 2 after factory calibration, 98% Rec. 709 and 98% sRGB color space. next to. The LED-based light source promises 30,000 hours of operation and 3,000 ANSI lumens of luminous flux. The device is also equipped with a wireless adapter, so we can mirror the image of Windows, Android and iOS machines. This projector is now available at a suggested retail price of 1599 euros.
ZenBeam E2 portable projector with automatic portrait mode for mobile phone shooting [+]
In addition to the A1, the other novelty is the ZenBeam E2 portable projector, which employs a 300 lumens LED light source and puts mobile entertainment in the foreground with its WVGA (854×480 pixels) resolution. The device can project from 2.5 meters to 2.5 meters and has an Auto Portrait mode, which allows you to play back videos recorded with the mobile phone in portrait quality in good quality, without black bars on the side, so that the projector is also “portrait”. put on the table in position. The battery that can be charged via the USB port provides 4 hours of operation. The ZenBeam E2 arrives in September at a suggested retail price of € 349.
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