Asus introduced a new range of ProArt displays. The Asus ProArt Display PA147CDV, a 14-inch 1920 x 550 touchscreen portable display is one of the fascinating new products.
Despite its designation as a portable monitor, the PA147CDV may find favor as a second screen in a desktop arrangement. The Asus Dial and touchscreen provide more inputs for makers, and the 32:9 aspect ratio fit beautifully into a panel built for consumers.
It stands out
In other Asus images, we see the PA147CDV in front of a laptop utilized for content development duties with keyboard input playing second fiddle.
The market has a lot of portable monitors, but the Asus ProArt Display PA147CDV stands out thanks to its 14-inch (1920 x 550) 32:9 IPS touchscreen. The touch-enabled 32:9 display is one of the primary features. It features Microsoft Pen Protocol 2.0 for more advanced capabilities and standard finger prodding with 10-point touch.
The built-in Asus dial, which is believed to work with any application that supports the Microsoft Surface Dial, could help the PA147CDV gain momentum.
Superb display quality
The PA147CDV can stand upright like a birthday card, but you can’t alter the angle using the hinge in this mode, according to Asus. It may still be helpful in this configuration for presenting an information stream, such as Twitter, or for programs like Slack, as with some other letterbox-type monitors we’ve seen.
Asus hasn’t skimped on image quality, which is understandable given that this is a ProArt gadget. The display is Calman Verified and pre-calibrated to Delta E2, with a 10-bit color depth, a 100% sRGB color gamut, and a 100% Rec.709 color gamut.