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    ASUS unveils new ProArt OLED monitors in Open House event

    ASUS just revealed three new OLED displays in the PH.

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    ASUS recently launched its latest line of ProArt OLED monitors at its Open House event at the Balara Content Studio in Quezon City.

    Specifically, three new OLED monitors were presented at the event, including the ProArt PA32DC made for content creators, the ROG Swift PG42UQ gaming monitor, and the ZenScreen OLED MQ16AH portable display.

    ProArt PA32DC

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    First up, we have the ProArt Display OLED PA32DC is a 31.5-inch 4K HDR monitor with an OLED Panel and 99% DCI-P3 overage. It also features a built-in motorized flip colorimeter to ensure professional-grade color accuracy, as well as two stands for flexibility in any setup.

    ROG Swift PG42UQ

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    Next, we have the ROG Swift PG42UQ is the world’s first 42” OLED Gaming Monitor. This is a 41.5-inch 4K OLED gaming display with a fast 138Hz (overclocked) refresh rate and a 0.1ms response time. This almost TV-size gaming display also has a 98% DCI-P3 gamut, true 10-bit color and Delta E < 2 ensure true-to-life colors and the darkest-possible blacks.

    ZenScreen OLED MQ16AH

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    Finally, there’s the ASUS ZenScreen OLED MQ16AH, a 16-inch portable OLED monitor that has a 100% DCI-P3 gamut and a 100,000:1 contrast ratio. It also features a 1-millisecond response time for blur-free animated and fast-action content.

    Other Monitors + ProArt Studiobook

    Alongside these new ASUS ProArt monitors, ASUS also showcased the wide-gamut displays and color accuracy of the ProArt Studiobook lineup. These workstation laptops pack the latest Intel Xeon processors, NVIDIA RTX graphics, the ASUS Dial, and an OLED panle.

    ASUS also partnered with Fujifilm and Atomm Studios in displaying its range of creative professional solutions. At the event, Fujifilm with their Influencer Ryle Uy demonstrated ProArt’s compatibility with cameras when it comes to color accuracy. Atomm Studios was also present and showed the Philippines’ first self-photography studio.

    Pricing and availability of these new ASUS ProArt monitors in the Philippines will be announced soon.

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    Nicolo Manaloto
    Nicolo Manaloto
    UnGeek's resident editor who is obsessed with anything and everything Death Stranding. He is also a big fan of the Yakuza series, and is a weaboo in denial.

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