ASUS launches more ProArt series screens, projectors and peripheral products

Proart products


In ASUS’ Create the Uncreated conference today, you can tell by the name that the focus will be on the creators. Unexpectedly, most of the entire press conference was spent on various products of the ProArt series. In addition to the ProArt Studiobook 16 series notebooks, ASUS also released a workstation host called “ProArt Station PD5” on the desktop, equipped with an 11th generation Core i processor and NVIDIA GeForce 3070 / RTX A2000 graphics card. It has more fun features. One is a “physical sliding mask” with a power button, which can physically prevent you from accidentally “hit to shut down”; and the other is an LED light bar named “Lumiwiz” on the front. For example, it can be linked with the progress of video rendering, so that you can see the current rendering progress at a glance without turning on the screen.

On the screen, ProArt Display OLED PA32DC is a 32-inch 4K size with 99% DCI-P3 color gamut and DisplayHDR 400 support. In addition to the Delta E <1 color standard at the factory, PA32DC also has a built-in color calibrator that can automatically perform color calibration. The PA147CDV is a very interesting product. It basically takes out the secondary screen of ZenBook Pro Duo and becomes an independent external screen product. Its size is 14 inches 32:9, in addition to supporting ten-point touch and stylus, it is also equipped with ASUS Dial. However, this size is really not portable. If you really have such a "single" screen, why not bring a larger portable screen? I don't know what kind of users ASUS envisions will use such products.

Next, is the ProArt series of LED projector “ProArt Projector A1”. This is a projector targeted at environments requiring high color accuracy such as art studios and art galleries. Although the brightness is only 3,000 lumens and the resolution is only 1080p, it is better than Delta E <2 and has a refresh rate of 120Hz. . However, it has only 98% of the sRGB color gamut, and the projector is bound to be more affected by the environment.

Finally, there is the ProArt Mouse MD300 mouse and the ProArt Mouse Pad PS201 mouse pad. The former has an ASUS Dial drawing knob, supports the same functions as other dials, and uses a 4,200 DPI sensor. The mouse pad on the other side has a magnetic design at the four corners, which can accommodate small magnetic objects such as earphones, paper clips, and stylus, and is treated with an antibacterial coating. ASUS also claims that the PS201 can have the functions of a gray card to calibrate the camera’s white balance and exposure.

Although it is not part of the ProArt series, ASUS today also brought the ZenScreen OLED MA13AH, known as the world’s first 13-inch portable OLED screen. It is only 5mm at its thinnest point and is equipped with a motion sensor. When no nearby users are detected, it will automatically adjust the screen brightness to save power. It can be connected to a signal source through mini HDMI or USB-C. Two of the three USB-C ports can transmit signals, and the third is for charging. MQ13AH has a built-in tripod jack, and can also use the smart protective cover to adjust the support of three inclination angles.