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ProArt Display PA278QV is a 27-inch monitor designed to satisfy the needs of creative professionals, from photo and video editing to graphic design. ProArt Display PA278QV is factory calibrated and Calman Verified to deliver superb color accuracy E < 2. It also provides industry-standard 100% sRGB / 100% Rec. 709 color space coverage. With ASUS-exclusive features, such as ProArt Preset and ProArt Palette with six-axis color, black-level and brightness adjustments, PA278QV makes it easy to achieve the exact look you desire quickly, easily and precisely.
Bring out the true beauty of your pictures
The ProArt display delivers industry-standard 100% sRGB and 100% Rec. 709 color gamut for rich, vivid reproduction that ensures every detail of your photos is clear and lifelike.
High color fidelity for truly expressive hues
Revel in pure, expressive hues thanks to accurate, true-to-life color reproduction. ProArt displays achieve E < 2, so your images are accurately reproduced on screen - allowing you to see exactly how your work is going to look when it's finished.
True color, right out of box
Color professionals rely on color-accurate displays to ensure that their creations look exactly as intended. ProArt Display PA278QV is factory calibrated and Calman Verified to guarantee industry-leading color accuracy.
Personalized editing experience
ASUS ProArt Palette lets you customize your display via a wide range of parameters, including color hue, temperature and gamma adjustments - all easily accessed via intuitive on-screen menus.
ProArt Display PA278QV offers rich connectivity with DisplayPort 1.2, Mini DisplayPort, DVI-D, and HDMI (v 1.4) ports and a built-in USB hub, so it's easy to hook up to a wide variety of devices and enjoy ultrafast transfer speeds with external storage.
A:AnswerIt is compatible but you will need a thunderbolt 3 to display port or thunderbolt 3 to HDMI adapter for it to work. I'm running two of them on a MBP 16 using a thunderbolt 3 to dual DP and they work great.