ProArt PQ22UC is a 4K OLED display from Asus that features a 21.6″ panel with 99% DCI-P3 color coverage, hardware calibration support, HDR, and an innovative mount/support system. Other features include 10-bit color depth and a 14-bit LUT, 6-axis color adjustment, Delta E < 2, selectable color temperature and gamma modes, plus the ability to save and optimize color profiles in the monitor itself, response time of 0.1 ms, pixel density of 204 ppi, a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, and support for HDR-10, HLG, and Dolby Vision. An innovative, detachable stand can be folded for transport, with a carrying bag. Micro HDMI 2.0 and USB-C ports connect to a host computer, and a second USB-C port is used for the power adapter. (See user manual for more details.)
Asus ProArt PQ22UC [Amazon] lists for $3999 ($3886 when checked at Amazon). Note that maximum brightness is limited for very bright/white content.
Brightness: 330 cd/m2 (Typ.) Peak white, 130 cd/m2 (Max.) Full white
LG 2020 Ultra displays were pre-announced by the company for release next month at the CES show in Las Vegas in three models (prices were not listed):
UltraGear (27GN950): 27-inch, IPS, 4K UHD, 98% DCI-P3, 450 nits, 144Hz, VESA DisplayHDR 600, DisplayPort, HDMI
UltraFine Ergo (32UN880): 31.5-inch, IPS, 4K UHD, 95% DCI-P3, 350 nits, HDR10, USB-C, DisplayPort, HDMI, and “Extend / Retract, Pivot, Swivel, Height,Tilt Adjustable with C-Clamp & Grommet
UltraWide (38WN95C): 37.5-inch, Nano IPS, UltraWide QHD+ (3840 x 1600), 98% DCI-P3, 450 nits, 144Hz, VESA DisplayHDR 600, Thunderbolt 3, DisplayPort, HDMI
ProArt Display PA32UCX is a new, high-end professional display from Asustek Computer Inc. that rivals Apple’s upcoming 6K display, though it puts only 4K UHD on its 32-inch panel. Connections include dual Thunderbolt 3 ports (with 60W power delivery), three HDMI 2.0b connections and DisplayPort 1.2, plus three USB 3.0 Type A “downstream” connectors. Unlike Apple’s display, the ProArt PA32UCG includes a fully adjustable stand (plus VESA compatibility). Its 10-bit IPS panel features mini-LED backlighting with 1000+ zones of local dimming, 1200 nits peak brightness, 1000:1 contrast (1,000,000:1 HDR), and “smart” HDR for multiple HDR formats and PQ curves. Color features include pre-calibration (Delta E < 1) and hardware calibrator compatibility, with profile saving, a 14-bit lookup table (LUT), and colorspace coverage of 99% DCI-P3, 99.5% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB, 100% Rec. 709 and 89% Rec.2020, plus a plethora of color modes and adjustments.
ProArt Display PA32UCX [Amazon] recently began shipping, list-priced at $3999.
ProArt PA32UC [Amazon] is a less expensive model with similar features, including Thunderbolt 3, list-priced at $1599.
ProArt PA27UCX is an unreleased 27-inch version with HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB Type-C ports, but no Thunderbolt 3 support.