31.5 inch ASUS PQ321QE 4K UHD Monitor
31.5" ASUS PQ321QE 4K UHD LED IGZO Monitor DP/RS232 10Bit 3840x2160 350cd/m2 800:1 8ms Speakers
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An Experience Only 4K Can Deliver: Professional 31.5” 4K UHD monitor with 3840 x 2160 resolution
31.5-inch 4K display with ultra-high definition (UHD) 3840 x 2160 resolution and 140 pixels per inch (PPI) for impeccable visuals
An anti-glare, LED-backlit IGZO display delivers crisp, precise images with energy efficiency with an ultra-wide viewing angle
DisplayPort, and built-in dual 2-watt stereo speakers
The thinnest 4K monitor available, the PQ321QE is wall-mountable with full tilt, swivel, and height adjustment
Phenomenal 4K Visuals
The ASUS PQ321QE True 4K UHD monitor provides stunning visuals with an ultra-high definition 3840 x 2160 resolution. The anti-glare 31.5-inch LED-backlit UHD display has a 16:9 aspect ratio and 140 pixels per inch (PPI) for highly-detailed visuals.
Over 8 million pixels
By doubling the number of horizontal and vertical pixels, the PQ321QE True 4K UHD monitor gives you every bit of detail, far surpassing that of a Full HD monitor. With four times the resolution of Full HD (FHD) and over 8 million pixels, experience larger screen real estate and clarity you have to see to believe.
10-bit color for smoother gradations
The ASUS PQ321QE True 4K UHD monitor is a 10-bit RGB panels that delivers more natural transitions between different hues and offers a more flawless image than ever before.
Premium IGZO Display
The ASUS PQ321QE True 4K UHD monitor is built with an anti-glare Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) panel rather than traditional amorphous silicon. The IGZO panel supports much smaller transistors than amorphous silicon, which allows for much smaller pixels and much better detail. Couple with an ultra-wide 176-degree viewing angles on both vertical and horizontal planes, get a pristine image from virtually any angle. What’s more, the IGZO panel supports increased pixel transparency and reduced current leakage for increased energy savings.
The ASUS PQ321QE True 4K UHD monitor features DisplayPort input to connect to your PC. Built-in 2W stereo speakers simplify free space from needing separate speakers for a complete audio visual experience. Features http://www.asus.com/Monitors_Projectors/PQ321Q/#specifications
Ultra High-Definition 4K
4 times the resolution of full HD 1080p with 140ppi for stunning details and image quality
Capable of delivering a combination of extraordinary high resolution visual and power efficiency
Green in mind with mercury-free LED-Backlight panel
176 Viewing Angle
Wide viewing angle to minimize colour shift
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