Asus ProArt Display PA278CV strictly for professional: Unveiled

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Asus is back with a bang. Professionals who are looking for a new monitor should take a look at the latest offering by Asus, namely the ProArt Display PA278CV. Gamers should look away from this one because this is a monitor with a maximum refresh rate of 75 Hz and a 5 ms GTG response time that focuses on accurate colour reproduction and productivity features.

The Asus ProArt Display PA278CV is Calman Verified and factory calibrated for Delta E<2 colour accuracy and features 100% coverage of sRGB and Rec 709 colour gamuts. The 27-inch IPS panel provides 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, while the set of connectivity options; includes USB-C, HDMI, two DisplayPort connectors, as well as a USB hub; for connecting peripherals, and a 3.5 mm audio jack. In terms of ergonomics, this new monitor has an adjustable height (0 to 150 mm/0 to 5.91 in) swivel (+45° ~ -45°), pivot (+90° ~ -90°), and tilt (+35° ~ -5°).

Unfortunately, there is no information about the launch date or the price of the ProArt Display PA278CV monitor. However, the official product page is already up with all the other details, so those interested will probably be able to order it before the end of the month.

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