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Asus pushes a range of Skylake-compatible machines at Computex

Hayden Dingman | June 3, 2015
So long, Broadwell. Asus's new line of computers packs Skylake—including its gorgeous, iMac-like Zen AiO.

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Also on the docket for Asus at Computex: A whole range of gaming laptops. The ROG G751JT/JY are the two standouts, with Nvidia G-Sync panels powered by i7 processors and up to a GTX 980M.

Asus also has a new 4K monitor. The Asus ProArt PA329Q Monitor (Seriously, these names) is "a 32-inch 4K/UHD (ultra-high-definition) monitor for professionals that delivers breathtaking levels of detail with a wide 100 percent Adobe RGB color gamut."

It features an IPS panel with a 178-degree viewing angle, a pixel density of 138 pixels-per-inch, and nine ports: One DisplayPort, one Mini DisplayPort, one HDMI 2.0, two HDMI 1.4, and four USB 3.0.

Asus specifically talks up the display's color accuracy, clearly positioning it for high-end art and video uses. However--and I'm sensing a pattern here--there's neither a release date nor a price for the PA329Q.

Stay tuned to PCWorld this week for more news from Computex 2015 .


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