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Asus PA238Q vs PA246Q

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Hi all,

I am deciding between these two monitors, I was searching for some info about whats the difference between them (except the screen size), but didn't find anything helpful.

Can someone help here? The price difference is quite substantial.


Thanks!
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Hi all,
I am deciding between these two monitors, I was searching for some info about whats the difference between them (except the screen size), but didn't find anything helpful.
Can someone help here? The price difference is quite substantial.
Thanks!

Yeah I have a same question. I think I will go with the dell monitor, but I would like to know what's the difference between those two as well.

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Hi all,
I am deciding between these two monitors, I was searching for some info about whats the difference between them (except the screen size), but didn't find anything helpful.
Can someone help here? The price difference is quite substantial.
Thanks!

The PA238Q is a 6-bit e-IPS Panel (meaning it covers the sRGB color gamut). The PA246Q is an 8-bit P-IPS Panel which covers the sRGB gamut PLUS almost the entire Adobe RGB color gamut. Basically the 246 is for graphics or pro photography work. The 238Q is similar to the Dell 2312HM.
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Thanks for the info!
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