When dealing in the workfield of graphic design, a professional monitor is not only wanted but expected by everyone in the workforce. The Asus ProArt PA329Q comes with a rapid response time with flicker free tech and blue light filters to ensure that you work to the best of your ability. For that reason and more the ProArt earns a spot on our lists for Best Monitor for Graphic Design, Best Photo Editing Monitor,\u00a0and also Best Computer Monitors.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Asus ProArt PA329Q\r\nThe ASUS PA329Q features tools that maximize productivity while also keeping eye strain to a minimum. Featuring 4K resolution, you\u2019ll be able to see every detail with a bit of fine tuning.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nWhether it\u2019s graphic design or video editing, the Asus ProArt PA329Q is a powerhouse that delivers a phenomenal performance with neither lag nor flicker. The display comes with a refresh rate of 60hz, while not the best for someone looking for a gaming monitor, this is perfect for those who are looking for a monitor for video or photo editing. It helps that the ProArt comes with a 99.5% Adobe RGB rating, so that colors are vibrant and stand out. For those looking for a monitor with more than 60hz, the Acer CB282K is highly recommended.\r\nViewing Angle\r\nIn terms of visibility, the Asus ProArt PA329Q offers a fantastic viewing experience. Featuring a 178 degree viewing angle on both the left and right side of the screen, no matter where you look the PA329Q will show you the best that it has to offer. With a practically bezel less screen, nothing will get in the way between your work and the monitor, save for the occasional brightness issues. A small but annoying effect the monitor suffers is that it seems the panel isn\u2019t lit equally, as some spots seem brighter than others. If this is a dealbreaker, then we recommend the LG 27UD68-W.\r\nDurability\r\nA concern to be had about the Asus ProArt PA329Q is that it features no VESA support. So for those looking for a monitor to mount on their wall, we recommend the Iiyama Acer B246WL. However if this isn\u2019t a concern for you, the stand itself is rather excellent. Fully able to support the weight of the monitor, and can have the tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjusted to the user\u2019s whim. While unable to be a vertical monitor, the Asus ProArt PA329Q\u2019s stand still offers plenty of versatility.\r\nPorts\/Expandability\r\nThe Asus ProArt PA329Q features a Mini DisplayPort, mini DisplayPort, four HDMI ports, five USB ports, and a SD card reader. This is a phenomenal port selection, it will be a rarity for consumers to need a connection.\r\nValue\r\nThe Asus ProArt PA329Q is an expensive monitor, there\u2019s no getting around that. While not targeted for the common target demographic, for those who need it the monitor comes packed with features like a self calibrating program. However the fact that it often doesn't work puts to question the rest of the quality of the other programs.\r\nAsus ProArt PA329Q Wrap Up\r\nA professional monitor for professional workers, the Asus ProArt PA329Q packs a punch price wise, but makes up for it with 4K resolution, offering HDMI 2.0 for the best picture quality, and ASUS eye care to maximize productivity. While the screen might not be equally lit, this is still a powerful monitor that anyone in the graphic design field should consider.