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14" ASUS ProArt Display Ultrawide Multi-Touch Monitor Expired

$329
$499.00
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B&H Photo Video has 14" ASUS ProArt Display Ultrawide Multi-Touch Monitor on sale for $329. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • 14" 32:9 IPS Touchscreen Panel
  • HDMI | USB-C
  • 1920x 550 Resolution at 60 Hz
  • 5 ms (GtG) Response Time
  • 1200:1 Static Contrast Ratio
  • 400 Nits Brightness
  • 16.7 Million Colors
  • 100% sRGB | Calman Verified
  • ASUS Dial | Stylus Support
  • Adjustable Mechanical Kickstand
Includes:
  • ASUS ProArt Display PA147CDV 14" Ultrawide Multi-Touch Monitor
  • Power Adapter
  • HDMI Cable
  • USB-C Cable
  • USB-C to USB-A Cable
  • USB-C to USB-A Adapter
  • Color Calibration Testing Report
  • Limited 3-Year Manufacturer Warranty

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B&H Photo Video [bhphotovideo.com] has 14" ASUS ProArt Display Ultrawide Multi-Touch Monitor on sale for $329. Shipping is free.

Key Features:
  • 14" 32:9 IPS Touchscreen Panel
  • HDMI | USB-C
  • 1920x 550 Resolution at 60 Hz
  • 5 ms (GtG) Response Time
  • 1200:1 Static Contrast Ratio
  • 400 Nits Brightness
  • 16.7 Million Colors
  • 100% sRGB | Calman Verified
  • ASUS Dial | Stylus Support
  • Adjustable Mechanical Kickstand
Includes:
  • ASUS ProArt Display PA147CDV 14" Ultrawide Multi-Touch Monitor
  • Power Adapter
  • HDMI Cable
  • USB-C Cable
  • USB-C to USB-A Cable
  • USB-C to USB-A Adapter
  • Color Calibration Testing Report
  • Limited 3-Year Manufacturer Warranty
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Up until recently I used a similar USB monitor like this underneath my main monitor, which was a Samsung Neo G9 49" Odyssey. The Odyssey alone is basically like a triplehead setup by itself in terms of real estate, but regardless of much a single monitor has in resolution, there's something efficient / usably nice about physically separate monitors, such as window snapping (vs. software window snapping with hotspots).

A usb monitor like this fits perfectly underneath a main monitor/multi-monitor setup. The placement (i.e. below) and size I found was really nice for tertiary screens in your workflow that you want always open but almost never center of attention.

Examples of this for me were watching netflix/youtube while working, spotify, or even messaging windows of coworkers that i needed to see as soon as they msg me, but they don't necc. msg me constantly every minute.

I agree the price is way too high. Touchscreen is nice but kinda pointless in the setup I outlined above.

Think of this monitor as like a car dash. Absolutely important, but not always needed.
This is F-in cool but seems like it should be half the price based on screen size alone. I realize they aren't pumping out millions so the economy of scale (or lack thereof) is probably a large portion of the $$$. Stylus support also costs money.
What's the use case for this...?

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