Today, Asus announced that it will launch its ProArt Display PA147CDV Display this month.
The 14-inch monitor features a rather rare 32:9 (1920 by 550) IPS panel with Delta E 2 color alignment and 100% sRGB and Rec 709 gamut coverage.
The screen also supports 10-point touch and Microsoft Pen Protocol 2.0.
This extremely unique panel makes the ProArt look more like a strip than a regular display, and it also makes it different in its range of use.
The display supports an ASUS Dial that works with the ProArt Creator Hub to perform user-defined shortcuts, as well as shortcuts found in Adobe Creative software.
It’s worth noting that the screen looks similar to the secondary screen on many of Asus’s previous dual-screen displays, with some differences in parameters.
Officials have yet to announce when the display will be available in China and how much it will cost.