LAS VEGAS, NV — ASUS has introduced its first skilled OLED show at CES 2018. The ProArt PQ22UC includes a 4K decision and covers 99% of the DCI-P3 coloration house, making it a great resolution for professionals who want this spectrum. ASUS says that the compact dimensions and light-weight weight of the system make it a great possibility each for post-production and on-set routines.
The ASUS ProArt PQ22UC is predicated on a 21.6” 4K RGB stripe OLED panel made by JOLED (a three way partnership between Sony and Panasonic) utilizing the corporate’s printing methodology. The panel includes a 3840&occasions;2160 decision, a distinction ratio of 1,000,000:1, and a response time of zero.1 ms. The monitor can reproduce 1.07 billion colours and covers 99% of the DCI-P3 coloration house. ASUS doesn’t say something concerning the brightness of the panel, 3D LUT, sRGB, and Rec. 2020 assist. The corporate does say that the “dynamic vary is huge sufficient to assist HDR content material”, so the look-up tables are there, however it’s unknown whether or not the PQ22UC helps the HDR10 or different excessive dynamic vary specs. In any case, HDR requires comparatively excessive brightness ranges and luminance just isn’t a powerful facet of the OLED know-how usually, so the precise HDR expertise on the PQ22UC is one thing that is still to be seen. In the meantime, 3D LUTs can be utilized on set to emulate particular show gadgets for high quality assessments.
ASUS positions the ProArt PQ22UC as knowledgeable resolution for these on the go, which is why it makes use of USB Kind-C and micro-HDMI inputs (no phrase on actual protocols, however DP 1.2 and HDMI 2.0x are seemingly) to avoid wasting house. The show options an angled stand that may regulate peak & tilt and might be indifferent and folded flat for simpler transportation.
|Temporary Specs of the ASUS ProArt PQ22UC|
|Native Decision||3840 &occasions; 2160|
|Most Refresh Price||60 Hz (?)|
|Response Time||zero.1 ms (black to white)|
minimal: zero.0005 cd/m² (minimal)
|Viewing Angles||178°/178° horizontal/vertical|
|Pixel Pitch||zero.1245 mm²|
|Pixel Density||204 ppi|
|Show Colours||1.07 billion|
|Colour Gamut Help||DCI-P3: 99%|
sRGB/Rec 709: 100% (tbc)
Adobe RGB: ?
SMPTE C: ?
|Stand||Tilt and peak adjustable|
|Inputs||1 &occasions; USB Kind-C (DP 1.2?)|
1 &occasions; mini HDMI (2.0a? 2.0b?)
|Launch Value & Date||unknown|
The show is manufacturing unit calibrated to Delta E≦2 coloration accuracy and comes with the ASUS ProArt Calibration characteristic that saves coloration parameter profiles to the monitor slightly than to a number PC, which is especially helpful for a cell resolution that may be connected to completely different computer systems.
ASUS has not launched any particulars relating to pricing and availability timeframes of the ProArt PQ22UC. In the meantime, JOLED says that its 21.6” 4K OLED panels are in manufacturing.
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