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Scan code: LN38060 Manufacturer code: PA246Q

ASUS 24.1" PA246Q Black P-IPS LCD Monitor with HDMI/D-SUB/DisplayPort & DVI-D

24.1" ASUS PA246Q Black P-IPS PRO ART LCD, 1920x1200, 50000:1, 400cd/m², 6ms, Adobe RGB, Card Reader

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Scan code: LN38060 Manufacturer code: PA246Q
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Product Overview The PA246Q ProArt Series monitor is a 24-inch LCD monitor with a native resolution of 1920x1200 (16:10 aspect ratio) that features a P-IPS panel with wide colour gamut, reproducing 98% of the Adobe RGB colour space, and a 178° wide viewing angle. The PA246Q also comes with the ASUS-exclusive QuickFit Virtual Scale and a highly adjustable stand to enhance users’ productivity. DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D and D-sub inputs are included for easy connection to multiple devices.


The P-IPS equipped PA246Q reproduces 98% of the Adobe RGB colour space, allowing it to accurately display almost the entire colour spectrum of a photograph taken with a DSLR camera. The monitor also comes with a sRGB mode so that images meant for display on web pages will be shown as intended. The PA246Q is capable of displaying 1.07 billion colours, which is sixty-four times more colours than most conventional displays. Each PA246Q is also calibrated to minimize the colour difference to Delta E less than 5, guaranteeing industry-leading colour accuracy.

The ASUS exclusive QuickFit Virtual Scale provides real size document, photo and grid formats on top of open windows. It enables a real-sized preview of finished artwork with a simple press of a hotkey.
•Overlay formats:
•Document: A4, Letter,
•Photo: 8”x10”, 5”x7”, 4”x6”, 3”x5”, 2”x2”
•Grid: Alignment, Centimeters, Inches

Users can use it as a guide to quickly and accurately preview images and photo in real size on the screen without actually printing it; achieve high efficiency while saving the planet by using less paper.

The PA246Q is outfitted with an adjustable stand offering 100mm of height adjustment, -5°~+20° tilt, ±60° swivel and 90° pivot for portrait display. The PA246Q’s monitor body can also be removed from the stand for reconfiguration on a VESA-compliant mounting device.

The PA246Q comes with numerous built-in ports for easy access to external devices and media. DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI and D-sub connections allow for a wide range of products to be displayed on the PA246Q. Picture-in-picture multitasking capability also allows users to view images from different signals. Two built-in USB ports enables instant file sharing with USB storage, charging and syncing smart phones or other media devices, and a 7-in-1 media card reader allowing for a quick and easy transfer of photos taken from a DSLR camera.
Features Panel Size: Wide Screen 24.1"(61.13cm) 16:10 Aspect Ratio.
Color Saturation : 98%(Adobe RGB), 100%(sRGB), 102%(NTSC)
Panel Type : P-IPS
True Resolution : 1920x1200
Full HD 1080P : Yes
Pixel Pitch : 0.270mm
Brightness(Max) : 400 cd/?
ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio (ASCR) : 50000:1
Viewing Angle (CR?10) : 178°(H)/178°(V)
Response Time : 6ms (Gray to Gray)
Display Colors : 1073.7M (10bit)
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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
1 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
ASUS
Telephone:
01442 265548
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