ASUS exhibited a number of new display products at NAB 2022. These include the first OLED display PA32DC with automatic calibration function, the 21:9 32-inch PA348CGV, the elongated portable display PA147CDV, and the first projector A1 of the ProArt series.
The PA32DC is a 32-inch 4K OLED display with a resolution of 3840*2160, 10-bit color depth, covering 99% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, and has VESA DisplayHDR 400 True Black certification. In addition to the feature of the OLED panel, another unique feature of this monitor is that it has an automatic color correction function, and its built-in colorimeter can help users maintain the best color accuracy for a long time.
The PA147CDV is a 14-inch portable monitor, but unlike the general portables, the PA147CDV looks like a longboard. The resolution of this display is 1920*550, covering 100 sRGB color gamut and less than 2 color standard ΔE. This monitor also comes with a stand, which can be used vertically or horizontally, and it has an ASUS Dial rotary button that can be used with supported applications to use various shortcut keys.
The PA348CGV is the new 21:9 monitor with a resolution of 3440*1440 and a refresh rate of 120Hz. Asus’s claim is that its color accuracy ΔE is less than 2. This ProArt monitor is very suitable for playing games. However, in terms of creator attributes, Asus did not announce the status of this monitor.
Finally, there is the new A1 projector. This 3000-lumen projector has a resolution of 1920*1080, covering 98% sRGB and Rec.709 color gamut, but most importantly, Asus said that it has obtained Calman certification, and color accuracy ΔE is less than 2.
It is currently unknown when these new products will be launched.