Asus and JOLED announce the portable 4K ProArt PQ22UC monitor with HDR support

8 January 2018, 05:40:09

Asus and JOLED announce the portable 4K ProArt PQ22UC monitor with HDR supportAt CES 2018 Asus showcases the portable 4K ProArt PQ22UC monitor with HDR support, which is expected to launch later in the spring. The whole monitor weighs 1 kilo. Its OLED panel is made by JOLED - a joint venture between Japan Display, Sony and Panasonic. The display has a 21.6-inch diagonal size, 4K resolution (3840 x 2160), covers 99% of the DCI-P3 colour space, has a 0.01 ms response time and supports HDR10. According to Asus, this is a 10-bit "true RGB stripe OLED panel that produces primary hues natively rather than filtering white light" and "each Asus ProArt PA22UCmonitor is factory-calibrated to guarantee a Delta E color difference of less than two". It can be easily used by professionals for image and video editing while they're on the road. The stand is detachable and can be folded to fit the carrying case. The monitor includes USB Type-C and micro-HDMI ports. You can check it out at CES 2018 from January 9-12, if happen to be in Las Vegas during that time.Source

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