Asus ProArt Display is a portable monitor designed specifically for creators
- Asus has showcased its portable display at NAB 2022.
- The portable display was technically announced by Asus in September 2021.
- The price is yet to be relieved by the company.
AdvertisementAsus has showcased its range of ProArt Displays at the NAB 2022, Las Vegas. Asus has planned to release the
The ProArt Display is specifically designed for creators. It can be connected to a laptop or desktop and it will act as a secondary touchscreen. Asus has packed it with Asus Dial, which is a small wheel that lets you access different functions in Adobe Photoshop or any application supported by Microsoft Surface Dial.
The innovative design includes a patented mechanical kickstand for vertical and horizontal use.
Asus has announced ProArt Display last year in September but the company is currently showing it at NAB 2022.
Features of ProArt Display (PA147CDV)
The display sports a 14-inch IPS touchscreen with 1920 x 550p resolution. It has a 32:9 aspect ratio allowing you to fit it between your display and keyboard. It looks like the idea of ProArt Display is inspired by Asus Zenbook.
The Asus dial sits on the left side of the display. It is highly customizable and allows access to different apps. In addition, with a quick spin of the Asus dial, you can change the hue of your palette, increase the brush size, and choose different tools.
When you are working on apps like Adobe Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Lightroom Classic, and After effects, the customizable Control Panel app turns out to be an intuitive interface. The display is multi-touch allowing you to reach out and switch between tools seamlessly. The control panel is fully customizable with buttons, virtual dials, scroll wheels, and sliders.
The price is not revealed by Asus but assuming it's going to burn a hole in the pocket. Also, there is no information about its launch in India.
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