ASUS hasn’t yet presented its entire cards at its CES event. The Company has presented a pair of high-end desktop displays and each of them has their own clever tricks. The “Designo Curve MX38VQ” is definitely the star if you are an existing user. The 37.5 inch (3840×1600) monitor packs a Qi wireless charging pad to top up your smart-phone. We have already experienced charging, but not attached with such big and wide screen. It also has a “frameless panel” and Harmon Kardon-boosted speakers, if you are restricted with space. The 32 inch Pro-Art PA32U has been considered the first pro-based, directly written work monitor with high dynamic rage with 4K accommodation of its quantum dot technology. It will not be more surprising that image quality is the main objective.
Now, you can get 95% of the movie performance DCI-P3 color gamut. Get experience with its settings already saved in hardware and pump out with brilliant brightness at 1,000cd/m2. This new monitor has a pair of Thunderbolt 3 ports. You monitor can serve as a dock if you have a new MacBook Pro or well-equiped Windows PC. You will also find a mid-tier monitor with 27 inch Pro-Art PA27AQ, it also includes Thunderbolt 3, but its resolution will be dropped at 1440p. You should have to wait for a considerable amount of time in getting these efficient displays. These both high-end models are supposedly be shipped in the third quarter of 2017. The suggested price for the Designo Curve model will be at 1,099 U.S dollars and for 32 inch Pro-Art will be at 1,799 to 1,999 U.S dollars.