ASUS Announces New ProArt Creator Series Computers, Displays, and Peripherals for Professional Creatives

ASUS premiered a live launch called “Create the Uncreated” and announced a whole new batch of ProArt products. 

ASUS’ ProArt line is one of the most reputable tech product lines that are designed and built for professional photographers, filmmakers, designers, 3D artists, and everything beyond and in between. 

ProArt Station PD5

Topping the list is the ProArt Station PD5 which is a pre-built Workstation CPU for heavy graphics tasks. It can be loaded with up to an 11th Gen Intel Core i9-11900 processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 or NVIDIA RTX A2000 graphics. It comes with ISV certification, ergonomic and sleek LED indicators, a convenient control panel on top, and a tool-free HDD tray design. 

ProArt X570-Creator WIFI Motherboard

Second on the list is a ProArt X570-Creator WIFI motherboard with an AMD AM4 socket ready for Ryzen 5000/5000-G, 4000-G, 3000/3000-G, or 2000/2000-G CPUs. This features a 14+2 power stage and PCIe 4.0 multi-GPU support along with a new comprehensive thermal design and extensive connectivity. 

New ProArt Displays

Of course, included are 3 new professional ProArt displays. First is a 32-inch mini LED backlight with 4K HDR, 10-bit color with quantum-dot technology with 99.5% Adobe RGB and 98% DCI-P3 color space. This PA32UCR supports HDR-10 and HLG and features a Delta E rating of <1 for color accuracy. 

The PA32DC is an outstanding 31.5-inch 4K HDR Pure RGB OLED display that brings true 10-bit color with 99% DCI-P3 and Delta E <1 rating. It features 1M:1 contrast ratio and 0.1ms response time. It has a built-in motorized colorimeter for color calibration without having to purchase any additional hardware. 

Third is a nice and handy mini display called the ProArt PA147CDV which is a stand-alone version of the screen seen on ASUS’ Zenbook Pro Duo 15. It is a 14-inch 32:9 10-point touch display with 100% sRGB and Rec. 709 with pre-calibrated Delta E<2 color accuracy. 

Other notable products in the batch announcement includes a color accurate professional projector, the ProArt Projector A1, a ProArt mouse and mouse pad, and a refreshed line of Zenbook, ExpertBook, and VivoBook laptops that now also come with OLED screens. 

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I must say that I really dislike the fact that someone decided 'creative' is a noun. This sounds like it came from a hipster trying to be avant garde.

To me, seems like "for creatives" is a marketing ploy to justify a higher pricetag on certain gear. Looking at the specs, this isn't much better than my daily editing workhorse (Microsoft Surface Book 2). As some point, will "for creatives" be affordable for those just entering an art based craft? Or will access to "for creatives" remain limited to the wealthy and established consumers? This video fails to answer the real questions that people need to know.