According to the company, the new monitor has a full-array LED backlight featuring 384 LED zones and capable of a peak brightness of 1,000cd/m2, which offers a wide range of dynamic luminance for a much richer, nuanced image.
ASUS highlighted that the use of quantum dot technology provides a wide colour gamut, enabling ProArt PA32U to deliver 99.5 percent Adobe RGB, 85 percent Rec. 2020, 100 percent sRGB and 95 percent DCI-P3 colour-space performance for high-end video-editing and production.
ProArt PA32U has two Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports that speed up to 40Gbps, supporting USB3.1 Gen 2 and DisplayPort 1.2. ASUS said that this unique port also turns ProArt PA32U into a docking display, enabling daisy-chaining up to multiple Thunderbolt 3 device. It also allows users to connect two 4K UHD displays for increased productivity and more versatile viewing.