Dell Ultrasharp 4K monitors launched with 2000:1 contrast ratio
When it comes to IPS panels, the industry standard is a contrast ratio of 1000:1. Dell has introduced new displays that ship with a contrast ratio of 2000:1.
UltraSharp U2723QE and UltraSharp U3223QE are both 27-inch and 32-inch 4K panels, respectively, manufactured by Dell. These monitors boast a 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution and a maximum brightness of 400 nits, and are incredibly bright. The monitors support 98% of the DCI-P3 color space while covering 100% of the Rec 709 and sRGB color spaces. With reduced blue light output and VESA DisplayHDR 400 compliance, it is also comfortable on the eyes.
The 60Hz maximum refresh rate of these Dell UltraSharp monitors renders them unsuitable for fast-paced first-person shooter games and other titles that require a high rate of refresh. Additionally, the GtG response time ranges from 5ms to 8ms.
However, these new monitors include a contrast ratio of 2000:1 IPS panels, which is far higher than the standard 1000:1 ones.
USB 3.2 Gen 2 upstream and data-only USB 3.2 Gen 2 upstream ports are also included, as well as a KVM-capable USB hub. Especially useful in the workplace, where these displays are aimed.
Daisy-chaining is made possible by HDMI 2.0 and DP 1.4 inputs and outputs, a functionality that is rarely seen yet is extremely useful. One Ethernet port, a 3.5mm jack for audio output, and VESA mounting are also included.
The 27-inch model consumes 25.9 watts, while the 32-inch model consumes 29.4 watts. It’s worth noting that the combined power consumption of both models’ USB ports can reach up to 220 watts when connected to lots of devices.
The U2723QE costs $779.99 USD (577 GBP) and the U3223QE costs $1,149.99 USD (852 GPB). Both variants can be purchased right now.