Yes, it is a ruler and is used with the Asus Quick Fit feature.Nice screen ! Is that a ruler on the bottom bezel ?
I'm still waiting for a proper 30-32" 4K quality IPS screen that's <1000$. At the moment I'm seeing a lot of people complaining about various issues with IPS and when I look at my 5-6 year old 32" IPS 1080p TV (!), I have none of those issues. So I'm still very patiently waiting
It also has 100% of sRGB. This is replacing my 11 years old Eizo L550 (17 inches TN panel). Can't wait to plug itAsus website said:QuickFit Virtual Scale (pantent-pending)
ASUS QuickFit Virtual Scale’s onscreen alignment grid overlay also helps you align and preview actual-size photos and documents on screen prior to printing, thereby adding to the overall flexibility and productivity aspects of the PB258Q display.
Yep, oscilloscopes tend to quickly get out of price range. I need at least 2 channels and trigger capability. My idea is to build a self contained labputer (laboratory computer), with data aquisition. Everything inside a self built mechanical keyboard.Yeah, that looks much more capable than mine but I'm only going to use it for testing fan headers so I wanted it cheap, easy to use, and be self-contained. I seriously considered a Rigol DS1054Z because I'm a sucker for fancy metrology equipment but that's stupidly overkill.