Meets all expecatations; perfect for photographic editing.
Mike Acker, Amazon
20 January 2015
Summary: I have been using my Pro Art PA248Q daily since October 2012. The device is everything I expected. I'm a photographer, using a Canon 60D and I do a lot of photo editing. The colors in the Pro Art are spot on -- just as you would expect.
Excerpt: This is an excellent monitor. Very good picture, lots of controls for different features. You would not think that a 1920 x 1200 could give such an improved picture over a 1920 x 1080 monitor. The 4 x USB3 are a very useful bonus.
Summary: Recommend for Photoshop/Illustrator/InDesign/Quark computers. Excellent for gaming, but a bit overpriced for that purpose.
Pros: Color control is very good on this monitor as I have found that CRT's were a lot more predictable than LCD's for color shift. There is still a slight tint (blue or red depending on how well you calibrate it) from side to side, but it is very slight and only affects highlight. Blacks are rich as y...
Excerpt: After years of using a cheap iiyama LCD CFL backlit monitor, this is an upgrade and a half. I do a lot of graphic and web design as a freelancer and occasionally do work for print. This monitor has a very cool bonus feature which I didn't realise until I'd set it up.
Excerpt: OK so I bought this screen to go with my new gaming rig, when it arrived I un-boxed it and plugged it in via the display-port and left all the settings at factory set. I noticed the difference straight away, everything was pin sharp and the colour was more vibrant, I was seeing details in games and...
Summary: This is a e-ips panel, which it's a 6bit+FRC, I'm currently using the LG L245WP which has a 8bit P-MVA panel, so to go with this e-ips panel was a downgrade for me, so I decided to return it and go with the Asus PA246Q with P-IPS instead.
Pros: great design and comes with all cable you will need
Cons: Backlight bleeding around all 4 corners.
white back ground has blue hue unless you turn the brightness to 100%
Excerpt: Selon plusieurs tests sur internet et également selon le site ASUS, cet écran PA248Q ne supporte pas AdobeRGB Gammut! (Par contre l'écran similaire PA246Q (sans LED retroeclairage) supporte 98% AdobeRGB)