Originally Posted by DavidTrap
So I they're calibrated for sRGB, what happens if you're working with images in Adobe RGB for printing, rather than sRGB for screen/web display?
If you need to recalibrate them then you can, the colour management on them is exceptional so you can tweak to your heart's content. On non IPS panels, usually the colour management system is difficult and full of compromise, you make one adjustment and it throws others out. On these screens it is much easier to hit the calibration of your choice, and the uniformity is great.
The Asus has Adobe RGB built in as a profile
The rotation is bloody handy too.