You may have heard of the phrase ‘a bad workman blames his tools’, and we all know the struggles of using an inefficient laptop to complete intensive tasks. Essentially the modern technological equivalent of a tool, a solid productivity laptop can certainly make life a lot easier. Asus already has a decent lineup of productivity laptops but its latest addition, the ProArt Studiobook Pro 16, has some neat creativity-based features that make it stand out from its rivals.
The first of these is the display on the ProArt Studiobook Pro 16, which the company claims is aimed at creative professionals. As soon as you boot up for the first time, you can tell this is a crisp, 16-inch OLED HDR panel with a 4K UHD resolution of 3840x2400. It’s an ultrahigh contrast screen with deep blacks and, with certifications from Calman, Pantone, VESA, and a Delta-E color accuracy value of less than 2, this screen is ideal for designers and photographers.
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