Asus ProArt PA249Q 24″ AH-IPS LCD Monitor Review

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The OSD and menus that the PA249Q uses, are similar to that of other Asus screens that I’ve seen before, with various sub-menus for more specific settings for the IPS panel.

Asus have a way of setting their products apart from the competition and the QuickFit display is no exception. Using the jog dial button on the side of the screen, various overlays can be displayed on top of the image displayed from a connected source. On each overlay, the reference text disappears after a couple of seconds, leaving the white grid or outline displayed until turned off.

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  1. Introduction
  2. A Closer Look
  3. OSD
  4. Performance
  5. Conclusion
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3 Comments on Asus ProArt PA249Q 24″ AH-IPS LCD Monitor Review

  • Wayne says:

    It is a lovely monitor but I’m surprised it still works after watching Andy doing an unboxing review of it a while back. I thought it would’ve shorted out after he was finished drooling all over it. 🙂

  • DBF says:

    Finally a new and apparently excellent 1920 X 1200 monitor. I have been wanting new monitors for some time but I refuse to go with those “true” HD 1920 X 1080 toys.

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