ASUS 32-inch ProArt monitor offers full Adobe RGB colors in 4K

ASUS has just revealed an updated model of its 32-inch ProArt monitor (PA329Q), which still offers Ultra HD/4K (3840 x 2160) in 16:9, but now with the full Adobe RGB color gamut, making it an interesting option for its targeted professional market, as opposed to the last year's monitor with only sRGB. This new ProArt also touts an IPS display with 178-degree wide viewing angle, eliminating color shifting. ASUS hasn't revealed a price or release date, but as it's currently being shown at the Computex event, hopefully it will be available soon.

For its selection of built-in ports, ASUS's PA329Q has one HDMI 2.0, two HDMI 1.4, one DisplayPort 1.2, one Mini DisplayPort 1.2, and four USB 3.0 to choose from. There is also support for BT2020/DCI-P3 color space, which should be appealing to video production users.

The monitor features 10-bit display color, and ASUS says that each unit will ship from the factory with pre-calibration for high consistency colors. However, the company also claims it will be almost all the big hardware-based color calibrators, so users who prefer to handle that on their own should be fine.

Overall, the PA329Q sounds like a minor upgrade on paper, but a few key feature improvements keep it on professional-quality. Last year's model, the PA328Q, shipped with a price above $2,000, so it seems likely to expect the same here.