Asus IPS Monitor
Picking the right monitor is all about knowing your needs. Screen size, panel type, viewing angles, maximum resolution, refresh rates, color reproduction, interface ports and type of screen coating (glossy/matte) all come into play. A professional photographer or photo editor may opt for a large 27” widescreen IPS monitor with a matte finish and sRGB color support. A gamer may go a different route and opt for a 24” monitor with a high refresh rate. Someone who is tight on space may require an ultrathin monitor with a small desk footprint. Luckily for you, ASUS has a variety of monitors geared toward different consumers, so read on to find out if one of them is right for you.
The ASUS ProArt Series monitors were designed for professionals who require wide viewing angles, high resolutions, wider color gamuts and true-to-life color accuracy.
The ProArt Series features QuickFit Virtual Scale. QuickFit Virtual Scale allows you to preview photos and documents on-screen, in their actual size, prior to printing.
QuickFit Virtual Scale is activated via a monitor hot key and serves as a useful guide to accurately view and edit photos in their native size.
All monitors of the ProArt Series come with a Zero Bright Dot Warranty, which is an additional service on top of ASUS’s standard 3-year monitor warranty. If your select display has even one single bright dot or a dead pixel, ASUS may repair or replace the unit.
Ultra-Slim Designo MX Series
The ASUS Designo MX Series features monitors with ultra-slim profiles and edge-to-edge glass. Visually stunning in both appearance and performance, the ASUS Designo MX Series provide an ergonomic design, a stylish look and high resolutions.
Slim Line VS Series
If you’re not looking for anything fancy and just require a reliable monitor that can display 1080p HD content natively, the ASUS Slim Line VS Series is for you.
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