ASUS Unveils ProArt Display PA329CRV: A Professional 31.5-Inch Monitor for Graphic Designers

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Loobyluggs

    Loobyluggs Ancient Guru

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    Just for fun, I thought I'd reword this using chatgpt into several different languages:

    Firstly, Cockney:

    "Blimey, mate! This 'ere 31.5-inch Sky Scrapper is the mutt's tootin'! It's got a Barney Rubble of a wiiide color gamut IPS display panel that's been professionally certified and offers 100% sRGB and 98% DCI-P3 coverage, givin' creators top-notch colour accuracy. It's the Queen's Muvver of monitors, I tell ya! No wonder it's fit for a Duke or a Duchess, it's the Dog's Balloons!"

    Secondly, New Yorker:

    Yo, check it out! Dis 31.5-inch monitor is da real deal. It's got dis sick IPS display panel dat's professionally certified and offers 100% sRGB and 98% DCI-P3 coverage. Dat means da colors are poppin' and you know it's legit. For all da creators out dere, dis monitor is gonna give you da most bang for ya buck when it comes to color accuracy. It's like havin' a perfectly grilled hot dog on a toasted bagel - it's just the way it's supposed to be!

    Thirdly, Santa Monican:

    Yo, check it out, this monitor is totally boss! It's like, a 31.5-inch display panel with all the colors you could ever want. And get this - it's like, certified and legit, with 100% sRGB and 98% DCI-P3 coverage. That means your colors are gonna be like, on point, y'know? It's like getting a fresh dye job, but for your screen! So if you're a creator looking for the ultimate in color accuracy, this baby's got you covered like a killer facelift.

    It's like looking into the abyss of humanity.
  3. HybOj

    HybOj Master Guru

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    I asked chat GPT for Czech-english and it gave me this:

    I tested ProArt 16:10 last year and while it had nice colors, good response time, Gsync and 75hz, it had incredibly bad grey uniformity, light bleed, dark scenes were just sad and I returned it after a week, to get to my old Samsung.

    Still I hope, they make another version of that 1920*1200 monitor, or better - 2560*1600, that would by my KING. With lets say 90hz. Gsync etc. Plus ofc same colors, and no issues like the last one.

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