Product Comparison: ASUS PA246Q vs ASUS PA248Q
- Very happy that I chose to try out this 24" version over the 23" ProArt version, which is only 16:9 and 1080P.
- 1920x1200 native resolution. So many monitors these days max out at 1080P, but this one is little better.
- When you are looking at an image in the native 1920x1200 resolution, it's almost like you're staring at a real-life, backlit painting.
- I'll never go back to less than 1920x1200. This is amazing resolution.
- The color accuracy is awesome. It's really bright which I love. The resolution is 1920 x 1200 and this is very convenient for me.
- Great temperature and colour control with stunning resolution. I would recomend it.
- Fantastic monitor and love the high-resolution.
- Excellent monitor for professionals. Good size offering a lot of space for editing two side by side word documents. I also like the picture in picture feature.
- As a photographer and videographer, I need 100% accuracy in colour editing and this screen really delivers!
- As a photographer, I can say that this monitor can handle 70% of photo processing. If you want to process photos really well, then you need to look for another monitor.
- Was color calibrated out of the box and capable of 1.07 billion colors, all the better.
- With extra vertical space that comes with the 16:10 ratio there are less scrolling through web pages.
- Outstanding color definition. I could definitely see more shades of a particular color on this monitor on a particular image as compared to other non-IPS models.
- Color is near perfect. The others are good enough for "normal" use in Windows, but this ASUS does color right for photo work.
- I could not seem to get rid of a yellowish tint to white backgrounds without upping the brightness level to a painful point.
- Nice colour depth.
- Great for Graphic Design & Photography. Well worth a buy!
- I watch a lot of YouTube and it makes some of the 1080p and up videos look incredible! Very good colors!
- I have never met such a color rendition, it is something incredible!
- I think that many people overrated this monitor, and in particular the depth of colors, I have been using for a year now and I know what I'm talking about
- Highly adjustable stand included and very solid construction.
- The PA246Q's stand can adjust for height, tilt, rotate to portrait mode, and swivel. It's also solidly constructed.
- SD buttons are easy to access and relatively easy to use for navigating the display options.
- The monitor is easy to swivel into portrait mode and can be done with one hand.
- Red line across bottom frame for aesthetics is annoying.
- Great height adjustment and pitch (with little effort).
- A comfortable viewing experience with tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustments.
- Beautiful display, Great flexibility with the pivot, rotate and hight adjustable stand.
- Buttons to control hidden on the back this is very lame.
- This monitor won't leave you in the dark when it comes to connector options: VGA, HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort.
- I tested DVI and DisplayPort with no issues at all.
- Several connection options for everyone's possibilities.
- I connected it to my Mac Mini using a DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable and it worked straight out of the box without the need to install a driver.
- There are 2 USB ports and a multi-card reader slot but it doesn't support the standard compact flash.
- Lots of USB 3 ports (on side and bottom)
- The advantage of 4 USB ports which come in very handy.
- This thing has inputs galore (1x HDMI 2.0, 2x HDMI 1.4, Mini DP, DP, and a 4x USB 3.0 hub) - so I can run pretty much all my devices!
- No USB ports on the top.
- The Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Adapter Cable did not come with the monitor, although all the other cables were included!!!