Asus PA279Q 27" LED Monitor with AH-IPS Panel
The ASUS PA279Q is pre-calibrated at the factory for the highest accuracy and outstanding color space reproduction – 99% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB, and 120%* NTSC. With a wide color gamut of 99% Adobe RGB, the colors seen in photos will be reproduced faithfully and consistently in a way that cannot otherwise be on monitors with just an sRGB color space.
• Factory pre-calibrated for unmated color accuracy (?E< 2) with 99% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB, and 120% NTSC
• Professional 27-inch AH-IPS display with 2560 x 1440 WQHD resolution and 109 pixels per inch for greater image detail
• DisplayPort input, Daisy-chain DisplayPort output, HDMI, and Dual-link DVI; along with six USB 3.0 ports and a 9-in-1 card reader
• Ergonomic tilt, swivel, pivot, and height adjustment for a comfortable viewing angle
10-bit color for smoother gradations
The PA279Q offers 10-bit display color for over one billion onscreen colors and support 14 bit internal lookup table (LUT), which gives smoother gradations and a more natural transition between hues.
Pre-calibrated right out-of-the box
The out-of-box settings are impressive as each PA279Q is pre-calibrated at factory to prove the best color accuracy. To ensure that each PA279Q produces the most accurate and consistent color, we carefully measure its ?E and gamma value and track its gray-scaling. It even supports Gamma 2.2 for PC and Gamma 1.8 for Mac – offering users more flexibilities to work with. Each PA279Q guarantees industry-leading color accuracy, having been pre-calibrated to minimize the color difference to ?E (Delta E) of less than 2 – ensuring precise reading of color input and guarantees excellent color fidelity.
Next-generation IPS display technology
The ASUS PA279Q features AH-IPS (Advanced High-Performance In-Plane Switching) display technology for superior color accuracy, a brighter image from increased backlight transmission and lower power consumption. Each PA279Q also features a brightness rated at 350cd/m² and an 100,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio for enhanced image contrast. Features http://www.asus.com/Monitors_Projectors/PA279Q/#specifications
|Pitch Size||0.233 x 0.233|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Response Time||6 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178°/178° (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||49 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Dimensions (with stand)||647.78 x 559.84 x 240 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||640.78 x 379.68 x 69.5 (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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