Packaging & Detailed Look
ASUS includes two USB-C ports that support Thunderbolt 3, which means you can drive up to 40Gbps through the ProArt PA27AC. There's also DisplayPort for connectivity, while USB 3.1 with Power Delivery handles up to 45W for external devices that need to draw more power.
This means you can drive more displays and daisy-chain monitors through a single port thanks to Thunderbolt 3, without needing a hub or a switch that really adds too many headaches (and more damn cables) to your setup. You don't need to do that here with the ProArt PA27AC.
ASUS drives it home with the style of the ProArt PA27AC.
The frameless design looks great in person, with barely-there borders on a beautiful panel.
DisplayPort, HDMI, USB-C, UDB 3.0 are all on-board.
The same style goes into the stand of the ASUS ProArt PA27AC monitor.
Even on the back, ASUS put time into the buttons used to make tweaks to the display.
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