ASUS ProArt PA32DC Review – Luze oled

ASUS ProArt PA32DC Review - Luze oled


The ProArt PA32DC is one of the rare OLED displays on the market that promises a wide color gamut and accurate color reproduction, and is delivered in a calibrated format. The screen even has a built-in colorimeter for automatic calibration, but we couldn’t make it work through the screen menus: a future firmware update should take care of that. Color reproduction is good, but does not reach the minimum deviations that ASUS advertises. More importantly, the competing screen with the same on-board OLED panel, the LG 32EP950, performs better in our tests and costs less. However, it lacks the professional ambitions of ProArt, such as the grids of colorists and the aforementioned calibration tool.

Pricewatch has nearly 3,000 screens with its specifications. More than half are IPS screens, a good 10 percent are still equipped with a TN panel and about 20 percent have a VA panel. What do all these screens have in common? They are almost all LCD. The number of OLED screens can be literally counted on two hands.

The screen that is central to this review includes: ASUS ProArt PA32DC. The fact that it’s a ProArt screen actually indicates that it’s basically a “content creation” screen. The ProArt Series is delivered calibrated, has a large color gamut and should display colors accurately. These are also important aspects for TVs, and OLED models have led the top segment for years.

With screens, things don’t go smoothly with OLED panels, and there seemed to be a glimmer of hope for a moment; Japan Display has set up a Japan Oled branch, in short shocked, on me. This company will produce printed OLED screens and will be ready already in 2021 I started. Printed OLED panels, at Joled under the brand name Oledio, are said to be cheaper to produce than OLED panels made using the traditional method. The latter works by vapor deposition of materials needed to build the OLED pixels on a glass substrate. On the other hand, Joled produces its own Oledio boards with a single printhead that can apply all three RGB sub-pixels to the substrate simultaneously. This should be faster and cheaper than the traditional serial production method. The process does not seem to be going smoothly. In fact, Joled will have so many problems with production that it’s questionable whether he will be You can keep your head above the water.

ASUS already launched a ProArt display with Joled’s Oledio board in 2019: PQ22UC. It has only a 21.6 inch OLED screen. In 2021, Joled cooperated with LG 32EP950 . plate to reach. The same board is now used by ASUS in the ProArt PA32DC; It comes with a 31.5-inch 4K OLED display. LG Display is now on sale from around 2,600 euros; ProArt PA32DC should cost around 4,400 euros. It’s time to find out how these screens, the only 32-inch OLED screens on the market, relate to each other and other screens.

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