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x art hd ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP; Calman Verified, eye care anti-reflection; Adjustable tilt pivot rotation height Also recommended by friends
x art hd ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP; Calman Verified, eye care anti-reflection; Adjustable tilt pivot rotation height Also recommended by friends
x art hd ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP; Calman Verified, eye care anti-reflection; Adjustable tilt pivot rotation height Also recommended by friends
x art hd ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP; Calman Verified, eye care anti-reflection; Adjustable tilt pivot rotation height Also recommended by friends
x art hd ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP; Calman Verified, eye care anti-reflection; Adjustable tilt pivot rotation height Also recommended by friends
x art hd ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP; Calman Verified, eye care anti-reflection; Adjustable tilt pivot rotation height Also recommended by friends

x art hd ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP; Calman Verified, eye care anti-reflection; Adjustable tilt pivot rotation height Also recommended by friends

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What is x art hd ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP; Calman Verified, eye care anti-reflection; Adjustable tilt pivot rotation height Also recommended by friends?
      I bought this monitor used, like new, on x art hd a whim after debating x art hd between it and the LG x art hd 34GK950F-B. It was x art hd much cheaper x art hd than the x art hd LG x art hd new and seemed worth x art hd a shot. Factors x art hd for x art hd the decision: 1) I x art hd knew I'd x art hd use the monitor x art hd for work (photography) and a little gaming on x art hd the side, x art hd with an emphasis on the work side of x art hd things. x art hd So I wanted something x art hd uniform and x art hd color accurate straight x art hd out x art hd of x art hd the box (and something to work with x art hd my x art hd iDisplayPro if x art hd I wanted). 2) I also knew my x art hd newly bought 1660 TI wouldn't x art hd likely reach x art hd the x art hd full 144hz potential of the x art hd LG anyway.My monitor was, for all intents and purposes, brand new. Aside from a few fingerprints on the monitor and a few OSD settings off their default x art hd values, I could x art hd hardly tell the box was x art hd opened. So don't be afraid to try and buy used - like new. My monitor has zero x art hd dead pixels, x art hd with very minimal backlight bleed in the lower corners in x art hd a dark room on a black background. Uniformity seems x art hd stellar and there x art hd is an option x art hd to enable a uniformity compensation in the x art hd menu (which I x art hd have done). It has x art hd "sharpness" and "vivid pixel" settings, which I x art hd have set to 0. x art hd I found leaving "trace free" to 60 (default) seems the x art hd most optimal for ghosting/coronas. Freesync at x art hd 100hz seems to work beautifully with my x art hd 1660 TI.Color accuracy for photography is perfect. I shoot and work in the sRGB x art hd colorspace, x art hd so x art hd I x art hd knew a wider gamut was unnecessary. Oddly, you can't modify the color in sRGB mode x art hd of the monitor, but can while in Rec 709. But this monitor really doesn't need x art hd to be tweaked at all, so it's a non-issue. Brightness and x art hd contrast x art hd are fantastic. x art hd Colors are true and correct, nothing more, nothing less. x art hd As a photographer, you can't get any better x art hd than this straight x art hd out of the box.All that x art hd said, there's x art hd three things that bother me slightly: 1) x art hd the x art hd amount of IPS glow x art hd from x art hd the x art hd corners x art hd is x art hd at my limit for what x art hd I'd consider tolerable. Thankfully it's only x art hd noticeable if x art hd I'm looking for it on a black screen with the lights off. And I knew this was an issue with x art hd IPS technology itself, so I can't really dock a star for x art hd it. x art hd 2) The screen is x art hd more glossy than I'm used to. Coming from Dells with thick matte coatings, it was x art hd an x art hd obvious difference, but nothing I haven't gotten used to quickly. Similar to #1, this is my personal x art hd limit, and for some this x art hd may be a deal breaker x art hd depending on tolerance for x art hd glare x art hd in brighter environments. 3) x art hd The x art hd audio x art hd is abysmal. But I've never used sound from a monitor in lieu x art hd of x art hd a good pair of headphones or speakers, so I x art hd can't really x art hd bring myself to dock a star for this either. I can't recommend x art hd the monitor enough. I'd buy it x art hd again in x art hd a heartbeat if I needed to. It's well worth the x art hd money.Edit (1 month):I wanted to provide a x art hd short edit after x art hd 1 month of use. Asus recently released a firmware x art hd update to this monitor (MCM102). You can update x art hd the monitor if you download the firmware from the product x art hd page on their website and x art hd put it x art hd on x art hd a blank x art hd thumb drive. Put x art hd the thumb drive x art hd into the designated USB 2.0 port (there's only one underneath) and press and hold the x art hd two x art hd lower buttons on the side (above the power button). Let it run x art hd for a couple minutes and itOne x art hd game that x art hd doesn't x art hd seem x art hd to be x art hd taking x art hd advantage of freesync with this monitor x art hd is x art hd CS:GO (somehow I'm not x art hd surprised). If you limit the frames below 100 (I've x art hd done x art hd all the way down to 60) you will still x art hd see noticeable tearing, despite a freesync range of 40-100. I've tried a multitude of different settings and at the end of the day, x art hd I just turn sync off in x art hd the NCP. I fail to see any noticeable tearing x art hd with x art hd no x art hd sync. Fast sync does seem x art hd to x art hd make it slightly smoother, x art hd but at the cost of a smidgeon x art hd of latency, that's just enough x art hd to x art hd be bothersome in CS. YMMV.Given the price point this unit performs exceptionally well. No complaints.Extensive connectivity for maximum flexibility, including Mini DisplayPort, DisplayPort, HDMI, dual-link DVI-D, audio in and x art hd earphone jack, plus four USB 3.0 portsErgonomic x art hd stand x art hd with tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustments for a comfortable viewing experience, plus VESA wall-mountableSo x art hd far, this monitor seems x art hd to x art hd be very x art hd nice. Not the x art hd highest resolution, but I didn't want a 4k and those make text x art hd on x art hd my x art hd Mac very small x art hd and hard to read. x art hd My only dislike is the "ruler" at the bottom of the screen. It's x art hd useless x art hd and x art hd out of place where the rest of the screen's bezel x art hd is fairly thin.Calman Verified x art hd with factory x art hd calibration for excellent Delta E x art hd less than 2 color accuracyI've had this monitor for a month x art hd now x art hd and i x art hd am x art hd very pleased with it. Setup was easy (just follow x art hd the instructions), it came with all x art hd the cables you need to get started, and the default image quality is excellent.Best monitor x art hd that x art hd I've ever had. The whites are bright and not dull. I have a dual-monitor x art hd setup and the x art hd second x art hd monitor is an ultra x art hd HD monitor, but the whites x art hd on it look off-white x art hd and it can't compare x art hd with the ASUS ProArt. Will buy another.ASUS-exclusive ProArt Preset x art hd and ProArt Palette provide x art hd numerous x art hd adjustable color parameters27-inch WQHD (2560 x x art hd 1440) x art hd IPS x art hd monitor with x art hd frameless x art hd designI purchased x art hd this for x art hd work so I x art hd could have x art hd more screen space for my windows... Now I'm x art hd waiting to replace my monitors x art hd at home x art hd with it.Bright, x art hd crisp, excellent x art hd color. Easy to set x art hd up. Height and x art hd swivel adjust smoothly x art hd on the stand which x art hd is very sturdy. x art hd Love the convenient cable hole in the stand as well.Truly the best bang for a minimal buck. Can't wait x art hd to get another one!International x art hd color standard 100% sRGB and 100% Rec. 709 wide color gamutDecent quality. x art hd Not for switching between different sources (computers) - x art hd you have to press buttons 8 times to switch. It is x art hd really annoying, x art hd so x art hd if x art hd you are x art hd planning to connect more than 1 PC to your monitor than look x art hd for another one.I got x art hd this to replace a barely-two-year-old x art hd Eizo monitor which developed a pink tint around the edges of the screen. x art hd Eizo customer x art hd service was x art hd useless, x art hd and wanted nearly $700 for repairs, which x art hd of course weren't covered x art hd by their x art hd 5-year warranty. Terrible company, and I'm x art hd never doing business x art hd with them again.Hello, x art hd Asus! I'm glad x art hd I found this monitor. My main uses are x art hd photo x art hd editing, light gaming x art hd (flight sim) and general use. Love it so far! The color accuracy was fine out of the x art hd box, but x art hd I calibrated it with my i1 x art hd device, x art hd and it's even better. Uniformity is probably not 100% x art hd perfect, x art hd but x art hd it's x art hd totally acceptable. x art hd Coming from a x art hd 24" 1920x1200 screen, I x art hd was a little x art hd worried about losing x art hd vertical space x art hd because x art hd this is x art hd 16:9. It's not an x art hd issue, but definitely get at least x art hd a 27". It's about the same screen sizer vertically, x art hd but x art hd with x art hd extra width. Basically x art hd looks like I grabbed x art hd my x art hd 24" screen by x art hd the x art hd edges and stretched it out.Unlike the x art hd chunky Eizo monitor, which looked x art hd like it x art hd came from x art hd the 90s, the Asus x art hd is thin and trim. The screen x art hd is semi-matte, which is great to combat reflections. The stand x art hd is also fully adjustable, and works great. Overall, this seems like a great monitor for those x art hd concerned about color accuracy and gamut coverage x art hd (full sRGB) at a x art hd reasonable price. Two thumbs x art hd up!
      ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP, Calman Verified, Eye Care, Anti-glare, Tilt Pivot Swivel Height Adjustable27-inch WQHD x art hd (2560 x 1440) x art hd IPS monitor with frameless x art hd designInternational color standard 100% sRGB and 100% Rec. 709 wide x art hd color gamutCalman x art hd Verified x art hd with factory calibration for x art hd excellent Delta x art hd E less than 2 color x art hd accuracyASUS-exclusive ProArt Preset x art hd and ProArt x art hd Palette provide numerous adjustable color parametersExtensive x art hd connectivity for maximum flexibility, including x art hd Mini DisplayPort, DisplayPort, HDMI, dual-link DVI-D, x art hd audio x art hd in and earphone jack, plus four USB 3.0 portsErgonomic stand with tilt, swivel, pivot and x art hd height adjustments x art hd for a comfortable viewing experience, plus VESA wall-mountable

How to use ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP; Calman Verified, eye care anti-reflection; Adjustable tilt pivot rotation height ?
      x art hd ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27 WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 E < 2, IPS, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-D Mini DP; Calman Verified, eye care anti-reflection; Adjustable tilt pivot rotation height Also recommended by friends

Buyer's experience:
      1: So far, this monitor seems to be very nice. Not the highest resolution, but I didn't want a 4k and those make text on my Mac very small and hard to read. My only dislike is the "ruler" at the bottom of the screen. It's useless and out of place where the rest of the screen's bezel is fairly thin.
      2: I purchased this for work so I could have more screen space for my windows... Now I'm waiting to replace my monitors at home with it.Bright, crisp, excellent color. Easy to set up. Height and swivel adjust smoothly on the stand which is very sturdy. Love the convenient cable hole in the stand as well.Truly the best bang for a minimal buck. Can't wait to get another one!
      3: Decent quality. Not for switching between different sources (computers) - you have to press buttons 8 times to switch. It is really annoying, so if you are planning to connect more than 1 PC to your monitor than look for another one.
      4: I bought this monitor used, like new, on a whim after debating between it and the LG 34GK950F-B. It was much cheaper than the LG new and seemed worth a shot. Factors for the decision: 1) I knew I'd use the monitor for work (photography) and a little gaming on the side, with an emphasis on the work side of things. So I wanted something uniform and color accurate straight out of the box (and something to work with my iDisplayPro if I wanted). 2) I also knew my newly bought 1660 TI wouldn't likely reach the full 144hz potential of the LG anyway.My monitor was, for all intents and purposes, brand new. Aside from a few fingerprints on the monitor and a few OSD settings off their default values, I could hardly tell the box was opened. So don't be afraid to try and buy used - like new. My monitor has zero dead pixels, with very minimal backlight bleed in the lower corners in a dark room on a black background. Uniformity seems stellar and there is an option to enable a uniformity compensation in the menu (which I have done). It has "sharpness" and "vivid pixel" settings, which I have set to 0. I found leaving "trace free" to 60 (default) seems the most optimal for ghosting/coronas. Freesync at 100hz seems to work beautifully with my 1660 TI.Color accuracy for photography is perfect. I shoot and work in the sRGB colorspace, so I knew a wider gamut was unnecessary. Oddly, you can't modify the color in sRGB mode of the monitor, but can while in Rec 709. But this monitor really doesn't need to be tweaked at all, so it's a non-issue. Brightness and contrast are fantastic. Colors are true and correct, nothing more, nothing less. As a photographer, you can't get any better than this straight out of the box.All that said, there's three things that bother me slightly: 1) the amount of IPS glow from the corners is at my limit for what I'd consider tolerable. Thankfully it's only noticeable if I'm looking for it on a black screen with the lights off. And I knew this was an issue with IPS technology itself, so I can't really dock a star for it. 2) The screen is more glossy than I'm used to. Coming from Dells with thick matte coatings, it was an obvious difference, but nothing I haven't gotten used to quickly. Similar to #1, this is my personal limit, and for some this may be a deal breaker depending on tolerance for glare in brighter environments. 3) The audio is abysmal. But I've never used sound from a monitor in lieu of a good pair of headphones or speakers, so I can't really bring myself to dock a star for this either. I can't recommend the monitor enough. I'd buy it again in a heartbeat if I needed to. It's well worth the money.Edit (1 month):I wanted to provide a short edit after 1 month of use. Asus recently released a firmware update to this monitor (MCM102). You can update the monitor if you download the firmware from the product page on their website and put it on a blank thumb drive. Put the thumb drive into the designated USB 2.0 port (there's only one underneath) and press and hold the two lower buttons on the side (above the power button). Let it run for a couple minutes and itOne game that doesn't seem to be taking advantage of freesync with this monitor is CS:GO (somehow I'm not surprised). If you limit the frames below 100 (I've done all the way down to 60) you will still see noticeable tearing, despite a freesync range of 40-100. I've tried a multitude of different settings and at the end of the day, I just turn sync off in the NCP. I fail to see any noticeable tearing with no sync. Fast sync does seem to make it slightly smoother, but at the cost of a smidgeon of latency, that's just enough to be bothersome in CS. YMMV.
      5: I got this to replace a barely-two-year-old Eizo monitor which developed a pink tint around the edges of the screen. Eizo customer service was useless, and wanted nearly $700 for repairs, which of course weren't covered by their 5-year warranty. Terrible company, and I'm never doing business with them again.Hello, Asus! I'm glad I found this monitor. My main uses are photo editing, light gaming (flight sim) and general use. Love it so far! The color accuracy was fine out of the box, but I calibrated it with my i1 device, and it's even better. Uniformity is probably not 100% perfect, but it's totally acceptable. Coming from a 24" 1920x1200 screen, I was a little worried about losing vertical space because this is 16:9. It's not an issue, but definitely get at least a 27". It's about the same screen sizer vertically, but with extra width. Basically looks like I grabbed my 24" screen by the edges and stretched it out.Unlike the chunky Eizo monitor, which looked like it came from the 90s, the Asus is thin and trim. The screen is semi-matte, which is great to combat reflections. The stand is also fully adjustable, and works great. Overall, this seems like a great monitor for those concerned about color accuracy and gamut coverage (full sRGB) at a reasonable price. Two thumbs up!
      6: Given the price point this unit performs exceptionally well. No complaints.
      7: Best monitor that I've ever had. The whites are bright and not dull. I have a dual-monitor setup and the second monitor is an ultra HD monitor, but the whites on it look off-white and it can't compare with the ASUS ProArt. Will buy another.
      8: I've had this monitor for a month now and i am very pleased with it. Setup was easy (just follow the instructions), it came with all the cables you need to get started, and the default image quality is excellent.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00