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ASUS ProArt PA32UC 32" 4K HDR Professional Direct-LED IPS Monitor $2099 (Was $3499) + Shipping (Free C&C Available) @ Mwave

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ASUS ProArt PA32UC 4K HDR Professional Monitor has Ultra-Low Blue Light technology, designed to protect viewers from harmful exposure to blue light. ProArt PA32UC brings onscreen realism to a whole new level. It's Ultra HD Premium-certified 4K IPS panel produces up to 1, 000 nits of brightness and delivers 85 percent Rec. 2020, 99.5 percent Adobe RGB, 95 percent DCI-P3 and 100 percent sRGB color space, providing a lifelike HDR experience that is ideal for high-end video editing. It features a 32-Inch 4K (3840 x 2160) panel with 138 PPI for four times the pixel density and up to 300 percent more onscreen space than other Full HD monitors of a similar size.

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  • +2

    Terrific price for an outstanding monitor.

    Unfortunately still too expensive for me :(

  • Wouldn't OLED be better for this price

    • +1

      oled wouldnt have the accuracy as yet.

      Also this is 60hz but that's the audience I guess.

  • +2

    384 dimming zones, not bad. Nice to see a monitor actually capable of HDR.

    • +1

      1000 cd/m2 so its fully HDR10 compliant

      reflected in the price

      this would suit next gen consoles which are also fully HDR10… I mean the current gen is also partially compliant too

  • +1

    mwave .. good luck getting it within the next month.

  • -1

    At this price you better off buy an iMac 5k so you get a computer with a better screen…

    • +2

      And once a capacitor on the motherboard fails, not only do you not have a working computer, you also don't have any screen.

      • I don’t see that as much of a risk. That said, while a 5K imac screen is very impressive for an AIO, it’s wouldn’t not be up there with this at its 1000 nits.

  • What's the difference with this? Also much cheaper and on sale
    https://www.centrecom.com.au/asus-proart-pa329c-32-4k-hdr-pr...

    • PA32UC has 384 local dimming zones, and has 1000 cd/㎡ peak brightness. While PA329C don't have local dimming, and peak brightness is 600 cd/㎡. Bisides, PA32UC has a Thunderbolt™ 3 input.

      By the way, I don't think $1,999 for PA329C is much cheaper than PA32UC.

  • +1

    I needed this offer 6 months ago :/

  • this deal is back up again :)

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