What could possibly be the best curved monitor or the best business monitor, the Asus Proart PA34VC features specifications that allow the user to use it for things such as digital art projects, multitasking, and more. While it can\u2019t be used for games that require more resources, it still provides high quality experiences that could potentially make it the best widescreen monitor.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Asus ProArt PA34VC Professional Curved Monitor\r\nThe Asus ProArt PA34VC Professional Curved Monitor supports over 2 billion colors, has hdr 10 support, and has a big screen to provide vivid visuals. It\u2019s also been equipped with ways to provide decent eye care options for the user to avoid eye strain while still providing high quality experiences.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nThe Asus Proart PA34VC monitor has a great refresh rate of 100 Hz and an average response time of 5 ms. It also has a unique feature for its LED screen in the form of Asus Proart calibration technology to help ensure excellent color accuracy with srgb color standards. The software that works with this technology can also be used for third party calibrators, but the monitor itself can\u2019t process the adobe rgb color gamut.\r\nViewing Angle\r\nLike the Samsung C27HG70, this professional monitor is curved. Because of this aspect, making viewing angles easier to find due to how it changes how light can be reflected on the screen. It can also be adjusted by tilting, through changing the height of the stand, and by swivelling. It even features a blue light filter, that minimizes blue light for users that use the computer for long periods of time. This helps prevent eye strain and makes screen viewing even more pleasant.\r\nDurability\r\nThis ultra wide monitor features a slim base that\u2019s made of metal that maintains abilities such as height adjustment in addition to tilting and swivelling the screen itself, despite weighing 25.1 Lbs. while looking somewhat deceptively flimsy. There\u2019s more to the appearance that meets the eye, as this metal stand has a 13 inch base to ensure the monitor has stability. The screen itself is never positioned to stick out past the base unless the user has physically adjusted, maintaining its balance through weight distribution.\r\nPort\/Expandability\r\nThe assortment of ports that this monitor has contains a lesser known type known as the Thunderbolt 3 port, which is essentially a usb c port that has better compatibility with certain Apple products. In addition to the Thunderbolt ports, it has HDMI and DisplayPorts. Monitors such as the Samsung CHG90 49-Inch Curved Ultrawide Monitor don\u2019t have Thunderbolt ports or the regular usb type c ports, meaning that it neither has the compatibility that the Thunderbolts can provide, nor the exact option to acquire high quality visuals aside from the DisplayPorts.\r\nValue\r\nDespite having an IPS panel in its screen, somehow the Asus is cheaper than the Philips Brilliance 499P9H despite having a few similarities. Both have built-in speakers, high quality visuals, and great color support. However, the Asus has a significantly smaller screen size, doesn\u2019t have a light sensor or a built-in webcam, and doesn\u2019t contain any adaptive sync technology. In addition to that, Phillips has a wider selection of ports for the user if they feel that they need certain options.\r\nAsus ProArt PA34VC Professional Curved Monitor Wrap Up\r\nCustomers have praised this monitor for its versatility. One review has stated that the monitor is quite well-rounded in terms of specifications, not putting too much focus on processing speed, image\/color quality, or physical screen quality. It\u2019s essentially a high quality jack of all trades that\u2019s a master of none if it\u2019s not used for intense gaming.