Excerpt: Firstly, the monitor is beautiful, great detail and bright VERY bright. Too bright for Photoshop photo editing. I also understood that the monitor was calibrated at the factory and was color accurate. This is where I am not sure. My prints did not match the monitor at all.
Excerpt: MY Asus PA249Q has been in use for 2 weeks (about 2 hrs daily) and has worked perfectly. The picture is better than my brothers NEC ($950). The color has been very accurate to my printing (Canon MG7520). I checked its calibration with my Spyder5 Pro and came out as 99% Adobe RGB.
Summary: Along with some other reviews here, I love, love, love this display. Rich vibrant colors (10 bit) Wide gamut Adobe RGB colorspace capable. Big display, slightly larger, I think, than my previous 1920x1200 displays. Bright as expected with an LED screen.
Excerpt: Going on 6 weeks and no issues with this monitor. Calibrate using X-Rite i1 Display Pro. Color matches between monitr and print on both my Canon Pro 1 and Epson R2880. Using the DVI port, but wondering if it would be better to use the HDMI port for photo editing. Does any one know?
Summary: This unit has been in service for only a week. So far I can't say enough good things about it. Comes with an installation CD that also has the monitor's manual on it. I still need to verify the color accuracy, but the images are excellent; as it should be for this type of photo processing monitor.
Amazing colors if you have the cash buy this monitor before they run out
31 January 2016
Summary: Great monitor for the price being a web designer the colors really pop and look great! Very happy with my new Asus monitor. No dead pixels or high pitched noise from from other reviews that I read
Summary: I've purchased several of these monitors, mainly for work; there is a high-pitched noise for certain at least for the ones I've worked with. I work as a technical designer in the circuit / components industry in Silicon Valley.
Pros: - beautiful picture - excellent color calibration
Cons: - extremely high pitched noise (can be easily Quantifiable by a noise-measuring dB device) - Asus splash logo displays when powered on and there is no way to disable it. - however, despite these serious problems, the Merits of the display far outweighs the Cons