ASUS Announces 8K ProArt PA32KCX Mini-LED Monitor Featuring DisplayPort 2.1

ASUS introduces the 8K ProArt PA32KCX Mini-LED monitor equipped with DisplayPort 2.1, tailored for the forefront of XR (Extended Reality) and virtual production. Empowering creators to handle high-resolution content, including 8K resolution, it marks one of the initial 32-inch 8K (7680×4320) monitors featuring the DisplayPort 2.1 connectivity standard.


The ProArt PA32KCX employs a Mini-LED panel boasting 97% coverage of the cinema-grade DCI-P3 color gamut and a ΔE value below one, rendering it an ideal choice for image and video editing tasks. With 4096 backlight zones, this panel supports HDR, delivering 1000 nits brightness in full-screen mode and peaking at up to 1200 nits brightness.


Positioned on the bottom bezel, a motorized flip colorimeter streamlines color calibration for users, whether they choose automatic or manual calibration, ensuring effortless maintenance of color accuracy. ASUS also highlights the incorporation of “LuxPixel” technology, which incorporates anti-glare, low reflection, and eye care features to enhance user comfort.


While the monitor provides DisplayPort 2.1 support, the bandwidth remains unspecified, alongside compatibility with HDMI 2.1. Additionally, it boasts a dual Thunderbolt 4 USB Type-C connection, capable of delivering up to 96W of power. According to Vincent Teoh, the monitor is rumored to be priced at over $8,000.