Summary: It's my first IPS monitor, but I can tell that reproduces an excellent range of colors one garmut very full, very good contrast for my tends to be better with warm colors, perfect is calibrated with colorMunky " I am happy with its performance.
Summary: Bought this as a replacement for my old LCD that was ok but just didnt give me the wide gamut I needed to work on my photos. The color on this monitor is excellent and when calibrated I do get a 100% SRGB and 98% Adobe RGB which is right in line with the specs.
Summary: I have little to add on top of other reviews. I just want to mention that the side USB ports are powered down if you power off the monitor. I had a trivial reason for briefly shutting off my monitor. When I resumed power (and my work), I realized I had lost my connection to my encrypted USB drive.
Summary: Once my aging Samsung 21.6" 216BW monitor started to get flaky I started shopping for a new monitor and the more I researched things, the more intriguing a monitor with an IPS panel seemed and the Asus ProArt series kept popping up.
Great Monitor, Amazing Color, Perhaps a Bit Pricey
Patrick Patterson, Amazon
17 September 2011
Summary: Just picked up one of these bad boys and so far I'm impressed. Note on shipping: though the shipping estimate said I would get it in about 7 days with Prime (weird?), it came next day, about 24 hours after I clicked purchase. You have to love Amazon.
Summary: I've had this now for about a month and I very satisfied with the colors it shows with my photos. No dead pixels and no green to pink tint like the Dell 2410 that other customers complain about.
Asus has updated their warranty on this model: Zero Bright Dot
R. Sitze, Amazon
3 April 2011
Summary: When this monitor was first released there were occasional complaints (posted on other online retailer sites) about bright green pixels, and the lack of support from Asus if the stuck pixel count was less than three. Sometime within the last week Asus updated their policy for this model.