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    ASUS Announces April Availability Of ProArt Display

    ASUS has announced that their ProArt Display PA279CRV and PA248CRV will be available this April. The 27-inch PA279CRV feature a 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) panel, while the PA248CRV has a 24.1-inch WUXGA (1920 x 1200) panel.

    Exceptional colour accuracy

    ProArt Display PA279CRV and PA248CRV are ideal for video editors. The 27-inch 4K UHD panel of PA279CRV offers plenty of onscreen space without taking up much desk space. The monitor covers 99% of the DCI-P3 colour gamut and 99% of the Adobe RGB colour space.

    For those looking for a space-saving option, the 24.1-inch PA248CRV makes the most of its compact dimensions, with a 16:10 1920 x 1200 panel that offers 97% DCI-P3 coverage.

    All monitors are factory calibrated and Calman Verified to offer Delta E < 2 colour accuracy.

    Streamlined productivity and a neater workspace

    Extensive connectivity options including DisplayPort over USB-C with 96-watt Power Delivery, standard DisplayPort and HDMI ports, plus a USB hub ensure compatibility with numerous devices and input sources, allowing creators to connect to multiple sources simultaneously for a neater workstation setup.

    The USB-C port allows users to connect to MacBooks or Windows laptops via a single cable, providing superfast data transfers, audio-video signal transmission, or options to charge or power devices. The built-in USB 3.2 hub at the bottom of the display is easily within reach and includes one USB Type-A and one USB-C port, enabling connections to a variety of devices and peripherals as well as charging options for compatible devices.

    Exquisite design

    Compared to previous ProArt displays of similar size, the ProArt Display PA279CRV, and PA248CRV boast a new design that features a 33% smaller base and a 30% slimmer profile that measures just 8 mm at its thinnest point. An ergonomic stand offers tilt, swivel, pivot, and height adjustments for comfortable viewing.

    The ability to pivot the screen clockwise or counterclockwise 90° for use in Portrait mode comes in handy when working with long documents, coding or web browsing. A quick-release feature allows users to detach the display from the stand easily and mount it via the integrated VESA wall mount ― screw-free, so it’s done in seconds.

    Sustaining an incredible future

    ProArt Display PA279CRV, and PA248CRV are stringently tested to meet the requirements of world-leading sustainability certifications, including EPEAT Gold ecolabel, ENERGY STAR, and TCO. ASUS stays up-to-date with the latest certification criteria, has a structured system for continuous improvement, and ensures all tests conducted on its products are independently verified.

    The monitors feature a power-saving Eco mode and achieve zero-watt power consumption when the power switch is off. Each monitor is made of at least 85% post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic and all models feature earth-friendly components such as mercury-free panels.

    The monitors are shipped in recyclable paper packaging that’s made of at least 80% recycled cardboard. The packaging has been designed to minimize weight and volume, enabling more units to be transported in a single shipping container.

    Free Adobe Creative Cloud subscription

    Adobe products are central to creative work in many industries. ASUS has partnered with Adobe to empower creative workflows with the renowned Creative Cloud suite of apps and services. Every purchase of a ProArt Display PA279CRV or PA248CRV in select regions includes a free three-month subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud (worth up to US$238.47). This gives creators access to over 20 apps, including Photoshop, Premiere Pro and After Effects, along with 100 GB of cloud storage.

    The Creative Cloud subscription can be applied to a new or existing account and can be redeemed via the registration site. The redemption period ends on 31st August 2023. For full details, visit

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