It's all a standard affair for the ASUS ProArt PA32U if you've coming in here knowing what you're about to look at. We have a 32-inch 16:9 display with a native 3840 x 2160 resolution that is based on an IPS panel, so the colors and sharpness are gorgeous and second to none really.
ASUS has nailed the style of the ProArt PA32U, it stands out but not too much - so it's not going to get confused with their ROG gaming line up of displays.
The same is said for the back of the display, with a nice big ASUS logo at the top and a solid stand and base.
From the side of the display, we can see the ProArt PA32U is quite chunky, but for good reason - quality, quality, quality.
Seriously, I'm digging the vibes that ASUS gives on the design of their ProArt displays... the thin bezel is another part of that joy.
ASUS brands the display with ProArt in the bottom left, and brings attention to the fact that it's a HDR-capable display with superior color accuracy, oh and it's a 4K display.
And the right of the stand features another ASUS logo.
As you can see it's flat, with enough space to throw your wallet and phone on it - if you're like me, that is.
The stand is very sturdy, and it also looks good with its brushed aluminum styling.
There's so much room for activities.
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