Asus 32 Inch 4K ProArt Monitor

May 3, 2017

Having a fast computer is great. But I find that many users allocate the majority of their budget to the computer and the monitor is more of an afterthought. The strange thing is that a really good monitor can easily outlast a computer. As an example, I invested in a really nice 30″ monitor back in 2007 and it is still going strong. I’ve used it with three different computers. Yes, I’ll provide a link to a monitor on Amazon. Yes, I’ll earn a small commission if you buy something with my links. No, I don’t like having to include this in every post with a link. No, I haven’t gotten a free monitor or anything else from Asus.

So instead of finding the least expensive way to look at the artwork you create and edit, find a monitor that allows you to be the most creative and productive. If I were to replace my monitor, I’d most likely choose the Asus PA329Q 32″ 4K ProArt Monitor.

Let’s go over the big specs first. It has a 32″ diagonal screen. If you’ve never worked on a big monitor (not a television, a monitor), it is awesome to have such a large viewing area. The resolution is 3840 x 2160 pixels. In short, that means it have four full HD screens (1920 x 1080 pixels) so it displays a lot more content and/or detail.

How can you connect it to your computer? It has DisplayPort 1.2, mini-Displayport 1.2 and 4 HDMI 2.0 inputs. It also can function as a USB hub with five USB 3.0 ports. Throw in a card reader and a headphone jack and it is loaded with options for input and output. Even with all of the great features, it cost a lot less than what I paid for my current 30 inch monitor. Heck, you may even want to connect two of them for the ultimate workspace.

This is a very high quality monitor with high-end features at a reasonable price for what it delivers. If you are serious about the artwork you create or edit, you should seriously consider getting this monitor.

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  1. Gerry Swemer

    Hi Foster, You might also want to consider the Dell P4317Q, 4K, 42.5″ monitor. Really big and the color fidelity is spot on right out of the box. The cost was reasonable at US $875. Very happy with this and a Philips 272P4, 27″ in portrait mode as a second monitor for menus and short cuts.

    Regards, Gerry

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