|Screen Size||24.1 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1200|
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Asus ProArt PA248Q 24.1 Inch LED Monitor
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- True Resolution : 1920x1200; Display Colors : 16.7M
- Hdcp Supported : Yes
- Horizontal Viewing Angle - 178; Vertical Viewing Angle - 178
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1920 x 1200||1920 x 1200 pixels||1920 x 1200 pixels||1920 x 1200||3840 x 2160 pixels||2560 x 1440 pixels|
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|Display Type||LCD, LED-Lit||LED||LED-backlit LCD||LED||LED||LED|
|Item Dimensions||2.44 x 21.93 x 14.25 in||8.07 x 20.95 x 20.39 in||9.25 x 21.94 x 16.39 in||19.49 x 5.51 x 25.12 in||29.3 x 11.9 x 18.4 in||21.3 x 29.9 x 13 in|
|Item Weight||14.11 lbs||14 lbs||20 lbs||10.1 lbs||31.3 lbs||19.62 lbs|
True Color, Always Gorgeous Experience professional-grade color fidelity and reproduction with the ASUS PA248Q ProArt series LCD display. Each PA248Q guarantees industry-leading color accuracy, having been pre-calibrated to minimize the color different to ?E amp;lt; 5 right out of box. The PA248Q delivers 100% sRGB color reproduction on its 16:10, 1920 x 1200 optimal HD A+ IPS panel with 178 ultra-wide viewing angle.It is the world's first monitor with four USB 3.0 ports, ensuring enhanced productivity thanks to data transfer speeds that are up to 10X faster than Current USB 2.0 standards.
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The Dell: The picture quality is slightly better than the Asus. Colors are a little bit more rich and the contrast is a bit better on the Dell. Refresh rate seemed to be about equal on both monitors. The monitor I had did not have any back light bleed either although it did have a bit of IPS glow (a little less than the Asus) but that's expected. The anti glare coating was not a problem for me at all. The Dell also is missing several features that are nice to have. It only has DVI and VGA and the USB ports on the side are 2.0. One complaint I had with the Dell is the menu system. Your choices for calibrating the monitor are fairly limited and the menu system is not the easiest to use. The stand feels good and it is spring loaded so the monitor slides up and down very easily.
The Asus: This monitor seems to me to be superior is every way except for the picture quality. The picture quality, while very good, is slightly worse than the Dell as mentioned above. A lot of people complain about back light bleed with this monitor but the one I received had no back light bleed. It did have a little bit more IPS glow than the Dell however. One nice part is that the Asus has tons of nice features such as USB 3.0, 1:1 picture scaling, it comes calibrated, has HDMI, has picture in picture and has measurement overlays on the screen. The menu system on the Asus is better than the Dell because it gives you a lot more options for adjusting the image and the buttons on the side include a little joystick that makes operating the menu very easy and nice. The Stand is very sturdy and nice although I think I preferred the Dell simply because of the spring. The anti glare coating on the Asus did not bother me at all and is basically the same as on the Dell. One other thing is that even though the Asus is shown with a red line on the bottom, it doesn't actually have it, its just black.
Conclusion: The Dell has slightly better picture quality and the Asus has better everything else.
Edit: Be sure to check out the comments to this review which explain that factory calibrated monitors typically look somewhat lackluster. Deciding whether you prefer a factory calibrated monitor or not is definitely something to keep in mind when deciding which monitor is best for you. Also, I have been using my Asus PA248Q since January of 2014 and it has continued to work great without any issues.
This is my fifth IPS monitor purchased in the last eight years. I don't waste my time on TN glass. Several things led me to the purchase of the Asus monitor: Overall good reviews, no coating smudges and the color gamut, and the USB 3.0 ports. I considered the PA246Q monitor for a few more dollars but chose this one for the USB ports.
It worked perfectly out of the box and the first noticable difference was the color. It is incredible and it puts the colors on my old Gateway FPD2485W monitor to shame. They run next to each other, the Gateway turned up for vertical use. The Asus also runs much cooler - warm to the touch and nothing close to the Gateway furnace. I suspect that it the LED that makes the difference.
It had some unexpected surprises. First, the bezel surrounding the screen is smaller. The stand is well built and very sturdy. The monitor cannot wiggle around. You can read about the ports. And it has the picture-in-picture feature of the Asus 246Q monitor; somethingthat is not listed in Amazon's description of the product. Better yet, I plugged in my USB 3.0 portable hard drive; it powered up easily and my computer quickly recognized it. I used it all day with no problems. I had not expected that.
Setup is easy. The colors are accurate. I love the 5-way rocker switch. I love the different adjustments it allows. I suppose if there is a downside it would be that it is extremely bright even at the lowest settings. But my aging eyes see it well and I am getting used to it. White leans toward the blue part of the spectrum (LED again) but changing colors does not affect the white color or the black. A black background on your screen seems "shiny" and deep compared to flatter monitors but it is easily covered with a dark grey or light black background. The colors are so fantastic one might as well use photos instead.
At 6ms refresh, there is no noticable ghosting in games. That is pretty quick for an IPS monitor. And again the colors make the game so much more immersive.
Considering the fact that I spent over $600 on my last IPS monitor, I am going to buy another one and run them side by side. My only disappointment was that Amazon lowered the price by $45 the day after it arrived. Talk about bad luck. Still, it is a great deal. My advise: Buy it.
My last comment: There were NO BAD PIXELS!
Pros; Great color, no dead pixels, and the best stand ever. Love the tactile buttons, joystick and the intuitive menu. You can switch inputs easily via selector on the front of the monitor and the monitor defaults to the last input used. The USB ports are great for attaching drives, cameras etc.
Cons; The usb ports are on the extreme edge of the monitor which does not make for a good look when attaching permanent accessories such as keyboards (think totally visible dongles and wires). Also the ports are all on the left so the wireless usb dongle for my logitch M510 mouse does not work in my right hand.
Misc; I don't see the light bleed some complain about in normal use. Ubuntu Linux and Windows 7 recognized the 16:10 aspect ratio automatically when I switched from 16:9. The default brightness of 50 was a bit much... 30 was better for me. Save your back by rotating the monitor into portrait to plug in cables.
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