The Asus PA32UCG is a 32″ 4K UHD display.
- 32-inch Mini LED Backlight with 1,152 zones local dimming providing 1600 nits peak brightness & 1000 nits full screen sustained brightness
- Support multiple HDR formats (Dolby Vision, HDR-10, HLG) presents lifelike experience and flexibility
- 48~120 Hz Variable-refresh-rate (VRR) for game developer
- True 10 bit color with Quantum-dot technology provides DCI-P3, Rec. 2020, Adobe RGB and sRGB for exceptional color fidelity
- World-leading ∆E < 1 color performance and ASUS ProArt Hardware Calibration Technology for color-accuracy optimization, uniformity and color profile write-back
- Rich connectivity include dual Thunderbolt™ 3, one DisplayPort, three HDMI ports, and a built-in USB hub
The new 120 Hz 4K IPS panel with 1,152 individual mini LED backlights to achieve a precise amount of contrast between bright and dark areas of an image, and it also supports all three major HDR standards (HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision).
Growing competition in the high end of the IPS panel market is starting to heat up. While Apple has a fabulous panel, today’s content creator has to be aware of the needs of the studio.
Linus Tech Tips must be color blind as he calls high end panels bullcrap. The LG panel in the studio now is HDR10 capable and the color quality of images is fabulous. The only reason for commenting is that his video was offered after finding the PA32UCG announcement on YouTube. Here at Hardcore Games there are lots of high end images from local photo clubs with color quality beyond consumer grade panels.