ASUS 14" ProArt PA148CTV Portable Professional FHD IPS Monitor
14" ASUS ProArt PA148CTV FHD Monitor, IPS, 100% sRGB/Rec.709, 1920x1080, 60Hz, 5ms, 700:1, 300cd/m², PCAP Touchscreen
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ASUS - '14" ProArt Display PA148CTV'
A Shortcut to Creators’ WorkflowASUS ProArt PA148CTV is a 14-inch FHD portable monitor designed for creators. PA148CTV delivers exceptional colour thanks to 100% sRGB and 100% Rec. 709 colour spaces, and it is world’s 1st portable monitor that reach Calman Verified certification and factory pre-calibrated to provide a Delta E < 2 colour difference. The anti-glare IPS panel features wide viewing angles with minimal colour shift, even when viewed from off-centre positions.
Wide Colour Gamut
Built for CreatorsPA148CTV offers a host of features to help you get the most out of creative pursuits. The Calman Verified PA148CTV has a Delta E < 2 colour value and wide colour gamut to ensure the colours you see are true to life. ProArt Preset software lets you quickly adjust colour gamut, while ProArt Palette lets you adjust various colour settings.
100% sRGB and 100% Rec.709
Experience Full ColourWide 100% sRGB and 100% Rec. 709 colour gamut offers more vivid colours, ensuring deeper primary colours like red, green and blue, and richer secondary colours.
Revel in pure, expressive hues — thanks to accurate, true-to-life colour reproduction. Delta E < 2 colour accuracy means your images are accurately reproduced on screen, so you can see exactly how they’ll turn out.
Pre-Calibrated for Out-of-the-Box AccuracyColour professionals rely on colour-accurate displays to ensure that their creations render as intended. PA148CTV is pre-calibrated at the factory and Calman Verified to guarantee industry-leading colour accuracy. Every ProArt display undergoes meticulous testing to ensure smooth colour gradation and to guarantee the very best visuals.
Professional Colour Gamut
Quick Colour Gamut AdjustmentASUS-exclusive ProArt Preset provides multiple modes for quick colour-gamut adjustment. Whether you're grading colours, editing videos or manipulating photos, you can switch and match your needs easily.
ASUS ProArt Palette
Personalized Editing ExperienceASUS ProArt Palette lets you customize numerous display parameters, including colour hue, temperature and gamma adjustments, via intuitive on-screen menus. With two-point grayscale sliders for all six colours, it provides greater colour-adjustment flexibility than many competing monitors. ProArt Palette empowers you to produce quickly and consistently, and makes it easy to keep your colour management in check.
Dual USB-C Ports
Rich ConnectivityPA148CTV offers a host of ports to cater to your creative needs. The two USB-C ports deliver audio / video signals, touch and plus power input over a single cable*. The micro HDMI port provides a connection to various input sources, while the tripod socket allows you to mount PA148CTV onto a tripod.
*Connected device requires USB Type-C (DisplayPort Alt Mode and at least 10W power output.)
Compact & Portable Design
Effortless MobilityPA148CTV fits into a travel bag or backpack, so you can easily take it on location. An integrated adjustable metal kickstand props it up to provide comfortable viewing angles and working positions, anywhere.
Minimize Eye Strain
Caring for your EyesASUS Flicker-Free technology ensures a more comfortable viewing experience by reducing on-screen flicker to minimize eye strain, headaches and eye fatigue that can occur when spending long hours in front of a display. Exclusive ASUS Ultra-Low Blue Light technology protects your eyes from harmful blue light emissions with four blue-light filter settings that are easily accessed through the on-screen menu via the hotkey.
Physcal Dial ControlASUS Dial is a physical dial at the rear of the display that works seamlessly with compatible Adobe software and Microsoft Surface Dial controls, allowing you to make adjustments while keeping focused on the task at hand. The integrated on screen display (OSD) controller allows you to make monitor adjustments quickly and easily.
ASUS Dial is designed to work with compatible Adobe software* (for example, Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Lightroom Classic, Premiere Pro and After Effects). Turning the dial gives you access to customized shortcuts for tasks such as zooming in and out of images and adjusting brush size or brightness settings. You can even tailor the default interface to suit your own work style.
Sulfur compounds in the air can penetrate tiny onboard resistors creating chemical change and causing these resistors to open or short. If either of these occurs the motherboard will fail to function. By equipping resistors with an Anti-Sulfur Design GIGABYTE gives Ultra Durable Motherboards a whole new meaning. The alloy protective layer that is shown it the image above, shows that the resistor is protected.
Virtual Control Panel
Control PanelThe Virtual Control Panel provides an intuitive interface that’s unique to each supported Adobe software* (for example, Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Lightroom Classic, Premiere Pro and After Effects), so the controls and shortcuts you need are right in front of you. Tweak image exposure or contrast when working with Photoshop, or slide through video time bars on Premiere – it’s all neatly laid out so you can work more quickly and efficiently.
Please Note: *Support for additional Adobe software will be available in the future. ProArt Creator Hub is required and will be available in Q2 2021
**Adobe, Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Lightroom, Photoshop, and the Photoshop logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe in the United States and/or other countries.
ASUS 5-Year Warranty
ProArt Display* ProArt Display PA and PQ Monitor series are eligible to participate.
* Eligible products must be registered within three months of purchase date.
|Touchsceen||10 Point MultiTouch|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||5 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178/ 178 (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/Dynamic Contrast Ratio||700:1|
|Color Gamut||100% sRGB/Rec. 709|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)|
|Dimensions (with stand)||326.1 x 204.4 x 12.0mm (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||N/A (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)||0/74 kg|
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