Asus PQ321 sports an extremely high display resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, 10-bit RGB (that’s a billion colors) and has an IGZO panel with LED backlight
The Asus PQ321 4K monitor is now available for pre-orders on Amazon, Newegg and TigerDirect. The Asus PQ321 is the company’s first ever 4K monitor that was unveiled few months ago. The monitor has a screen size of 31.5-inch and delivers crisp clear display courtesy to the magnificent 4K resolution.
Consumers who have been waiting to get their hands on a 4K resolution monitor now have a good option available in front of them. You can go ahead and pre-order the Asus PQ321, if that’s what you have been waiting for. The monitor is available for pre-order on Amazon, Newegg and TigerDirect, and will set you back by $3,500.
If the Asus PQ321 interests you, you will also be happy to know that the monitor is expected to sport an extremely high display resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels (4K). The monitor supports 10-bit RGB (that’s a billion colors) and has an IGZO panel with LED backlight. It offers you a viewing angle of 176 degrees, has a maximum brightness of 350 cd/m2 and an 8ms GTG response time.
In addition to all the above stuff, the monitor also comes with built-in speakers, 3.5mm audio jack, DisplayPort connectivity and dual HDMI inputs. So earlier if you wondering about what all benefits and features you can get for $3,500, you have the answer now.
The Asus PQ321 also happens to be thinnest 4K monitor in the consumer market right now, with a thickness of just 3.5 mm. Having a crisp clear display and added features listed above, the Asus PQ321 is definitely a monitor that every desktop consumer would love to buy. However, that is exactly the same area where most of the consumers might start turning away from it.
The reason being that the monitor has been priced at $3,500, which will definitely be more than the budget consumers might have set aside for their monitors. If you are fortunate enough to have a budget as high as $3,500, then you should definitely check out the Asus PQ321, and if you really awnt one, simply go ahead and pre-order it.