It's that time of year when lots of us reflect on what we've done and hope to accomplish in the following year. First, I'll be uploading a video about what it's like trying to purchase equipment in Vietnam, as well as my experiences dealing with customer service over the years, from Sony, Edelkrone and a... Continue Reading →

Is An I/O Interface Really Necessary?

Update 23.01.2020: I have confirmed that the Asus PA32UCX, UltraStudio 4K Mini and Final Cut Pro do indeed work with HDR PQ. The reason to use a dedicated IO card (like the UltraStudio 4K) is that it gives you a properly managed colour pipeline that by-passes the operating system’s GPU and colour profile settings and gets... Continue Reading →

Preordered the Asus ProArt 32UCX-K!

A popular online website that reviews and compares computer hardware says the Asus has virtually no flaws of consequence, but we'll get to that in just a moment. Not sure whether I wouldn't be better off getting the PA32UC instead, but I went ahead and preordered the PA32UCX-K anyhow. The PAUCX-K boasts 1,200 nits compared... Continue Reading →

The upcoming Apple XDR has 1,600 nits brightness, but only the 2019 Mac Pro can display the full 6K resolution; the panel has just 576 zones of local dimming compared to Asus's 1,152; and it will cost upwards of $6,000 including stand: nearly double what I was quoted for the PA32UCX-K here in Vietnam. I'm... Continue Reading →

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