Two new monitors introduced by Acer and Asus are actually aimed at gamers, but are also interesting for video editing due to their capabilities. They have such similar technical specifications that it's clear that both use the same IPS panel. Both of the 32" 4K (3,840 x 2,160) HDR monitors Acer X32 and Asus ROG PG32UQX have a maximum brightness of 1,400 nits, a color depth of 10 bits, a refresh rate of 144HZ, support dynamic frame rates via G-Sync Ultimate and feature Full Array Local Dimming ("FALD") using 1,152 mini LED zones.
This very high number of zones of different backlighting enables a very good display of high image contrasts including true black and provides the two displays with the new VESA DisplayHDR 1400 seal, which not only guarantees a brightness of 1400 nits but also a 2.5 times lower black level than DisplayHDR 1000 and a support of the professional DCI-P3 color space to at least 95%.
Asus ROG PG32UQ
In addition, it must be possible to maintain a brightness of 900 nits over a period of at least 30 minutes - a prerequisite for professional work, for example in video editing. Acer also promises a display of 89.5% of the new Rec. 2020 color space, 99% of the AdobeRGB color space and a high color accuracy by means of a Delta E value of <1.
The Acer X32 and the Asus PG32UQ both have three HDMI 2.0 ports and a DisplayPort 1.4, but the Acer model also has a USB 3.0 HUB with four ports. Price and release date have not yet been announced by Acer and Asus.
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