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ASUS ProArt PA34VC Review: Professional-Grade UltraWide Perfection (Page 2)

By Anthony Garreffa from Aug 19, 2019 @ 10:18 CDT
TweakTown Rating: 93%Manufacturer: ASUSModel: PA34VC

Design & Features


ASUS uses a 1900R curve on the ProArt PA34VC, something that felt quite pleasant (that feels like the best word here) on my eyes after 10s of hours in front of the monitor.


Another tick for the ProArt PA34VC is the HDR-10 support which delivers some truly incredible images and video.


ASUS pre-calibrates each and every single ProArt PA34VC monitor, guaranteeing that you'll get industry-leading color accuracy.


The dual Thunderbolt 3 ports are a big deal here, considering they offer up to 40Gbps of bandwidth... it allows for a plethora of devices to be plugged directly into the monitor.


There are some useful features like built-in Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture, too.


Another factor to consider is the swivel, tilt, and height adjustment of a professional monitor - something ASUS provides plenty of here.

ASUS makes the ProArt PA34VC in a slick matte-black style, with a T-shaped base that extends for most of the width of the monitor. This acts as both a very sturdy base, and as a design choice for ASUS that isn't too out there, and will suit a professional environment.


The PA34VC uses an IPS panel with a native 3440x1440 resolution, in a glorious 21:9 ultra-wide aspect ratio. The DPI works out to 110 PPI or so, while we have a 1900R curvative that you'll see in the next picture.


Dat curve.

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