ASUS presents a FALD backlight monitor for a better HDR

TECH NEWS – A 4K monitor with 1000 backlight zones.

The HDR high quality is something lacking in PC. Monitors with OLED panels are almost non-existent, and those with back-illumination FALD (Full-array local-dimming) are not seen much, especially those with many local attenuation zones. ASUS wants to change that, and that’s why it has presented its ProART PA32UCX , a 32-inch monitor and 4K panel with MicroLED to offer a much richer HDR experience, with 1200 nits of maximum illumination, a backlight with 1000 independent zones and compatible with Various HDR standards.

When compared to the Nvidia G-Sync monitors with HDR, which have 384 FALD backlight zones, the ProART offers a much more accurate image reproduction, with better contrasts and greater color uniformity with respect to the OLED panels. In addition, in the case of a high-level monitor, the ProART PC32UCX reproduces 97% of the DCI-P3 color space , 89% of the Rec. 2020 color space and exceeds the requirements of the VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certificate. On the other hand, it has connections Thunderbolt 3, HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort. Regarding the price or date of departure, the only thing we expect is that it arrives during the first half of the year.

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