ASUS ProArt 27″ 4K Ultra HD monitorAre you graduating or know anyone who is graduating this summer? Then the ASUS ProArt 27” 4K Ultra HD monitor is the perfect work desk addition to win. With its crystal clear clarity, ultra accurate colour calibration, and hyper adjustable ergonomic design, this monitor is made for anyone who will spend long hours working on editing videos and photos, designing posters and logos, or even just pouring over document pages and Excel sheets in the fall. Read on to see why you shouldn’t pass up a chance to win this monitor!

Learn, work, and play with the ASUS ProArt UHD monitor

With many students graduating this summer and anticipating going to college or university in the fall, a monitor is just the back-to-school complement you need to enhance your laptop or PC experience. I did my undergrad degree in design and animation and would sure have appreciated an extra 4K ultra high-resolution screen while modelling 3D characters or mocking up a website in Photoshop; but this monitor would work just as well for reading and writing papers and completing daily assignments in extra crispy clarity. You can also hone your Illustrator skills, complete Accounting prerequisites in preparation for your next semester, or cut together a video of all the adventures you had during the summer on the ASUS ProArt. The possibilities are endless!

Now while it doesn’t come with the high refresh rates that gaming-specific monitors do, the ASUS ProArt monitor is still optimized for video fluidity and lag reduction using Adaptive-Sync technology, and of course, the full 100% sRGB and 100% Rec. 709 colour gamut ensure that every subtle variation in colour in whatever you are watching, playing, or creating is accurately reflected for your viewing pleasure. What more could a student want?

Let your creativity flow effortlessly with the ASUS ProArt monitor

ProArt monitor standASUS has a reputation for producing dependable and reliable products, and their monitors are no exception. They offer both a standard 24” and a larger 32” ProArt monitor but this 27” ProArt monitor sits right in the middle, providing just a large enough screen to easily multitask with multiple windows while also not taking up too much space on a desk or wall. Yes, that’s right, this monitor can also be mounted on the wall above a desk to save on even more space—perfect for compact college dorm rooms or smaller living spaces.

The adjustable stand of the monitor allows you to tilt, pivot, and set the height of the monitor to give you the best viewing angle. It even rotates a full 90 degrees to portrait mode and the IPS coating helps to reduce glare from nearby light whether you are working standing up or sitting down. As if that wasn’t good enough, the ASUS ProArt also uses Flicker-free and Low Blue Light technology in its display, allowing you to use the monitor for longer periods of time with minimal eye strain. Check out Brad Moon’s review of the ASUS ProArt UHD monitor for an in-depth look at more of the monitor’s specs.

How you can enter

You can enter this contest twice:

    1. In a comment below this contest article, tell us one new thing you would try doing on the ASUS ProArt 27” 4K UHD monitor.
    2. For an additional entry, explore the different products on our ASUS brand page. Then, in a comment below this contest article name the ASUS product you think would make a great graduation present for a soon-to-be-grad you know.

What you can win

At the end of this contest, we will randomly draw one (1) winner who will receive the ASUS Pro Art 27″ 4K UHD monitor review unit from Best Buy.

This contest runs from June 10th until June 24th.

Remember, you can enter this contest easily with two separate comments below this article for a maximum of two entries. If you want to give someone a graduation surprise or know someone who needs a better display for their school or work tasks, please share this contest with your friends and family so they too have a chance to win.

Win an ASUS ProArt Monitor Rules and Regulations

Good luck!

Mahima is an editor at Best Buy Canada. She likes to watch sci-fi, supernatural, horror, and comedy TV shows and movies, and plays video games in her free time. When not avidly consuming content, she pursues her passion for storytelling by editing books and short stories, specializing in speculative fiction.


  1. For my nephew who is a soon to be high school grad, he could really use a ZenBook Flip S Touchscreen Notebook

  2. This would make a lovely graduation gift for one of my nephews or nieces – thank you.

  3. New thing would be doing digital painting in 4k resolution. I can only imagine how much you could zoom in and really paint in detail.

  4. I would get more into photography and work art …. the possibilities are endless with the awesome 4K tech item

  5. With this masterpiece of a monitor, I would upgrade my home office and get more work done in Adobe Creative Suite design programs

  6. After four years – and a pandemic – the soon-to-be grad would enjoy an ASUS ROG Zephyrus G15 gaming laptop.
    Studying is over, time for fun.

  7. I would try mounting my new ASUS Pro-Art Monitor on the wall!
    Never had that option before. Imagine it would open up desk space
    and allow for a few extra viewing options.

  8. I have never edited my photos or videos before so I would try that. Maybe even put together some photo albums!

  9. I would attempt new editing skills for marketing, I am just getting through university with a budget laptop lol

  10. The ASUS product that I think would make a great graduation present for a soon-to-be-grad in my life would be the ASUS ROG Strix G15 15.6″ Gaming Laptop (AMD Ryzen 7 4800H/512GB SSD/16GB RAM/GeForce RTX 3050/Win 11).

  11. If I had the huge 27″ ASUS ProArt 4K UHD monitor, one new thing that I would try would be viewing multiple windows at the same time since my screen would be so big!

  12. ASUS ROG Strix G17 17.3″ Gaming Laptop – Grey (AMD Ryzen 7 5800H/512GB SSD/16GB RAM/RTX 3050 Ti) because everyone likes gaming and a laptop is also portable!

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