Dell has announced a new Ultra HD monitor that promises to deliver four times the resolution as HD to desktops as well as the highest pixel density yet.
The UltraSharp range comes in both 24in and 32in incarnations and is geared towards design professionals as well as “other power users” in addition to any consumer that wants to take advantage of the resolution.
“We are excited to announce Ultra High Definition monitors in sizes and price points that will be compelling to customers seeking higher resolution,” said Bert Park, vice president and general manager, Displays and Client Peripherals, Dell. “Today’s announcement reinforces how Dell has led in product innovation by making the latest monitor technologies available to everyone, regardless of their usage or budget.”
The Dell UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD monitor has a 3,840 x 2,160 resolution with high pixel density on the 32in display with the UltraSharp 24 version coming with a 24in screen that has the same resolution as its larger sibling.
Each display has a wide range of tilt, swivel, and height adjustments as well as built in cable management. When it comes to connectivity it has an HDMI port, Mini DisplayPort, DisplayPort [version 1.2a], four USB 3.0 ports and a media card reader. Both displays also come with Dell’s Premium Panel Guarantee that gives customers three years of enhanced protection.
Dell also plans to release an affordable Dell 28 Ultra HD monitor that will become available in early 2014 and be priced under $1,000 [£611] with Dell boasting it will be the “industry’s most affordable Ultra HD monitor.
The UltraSharp 32 is available around the globe with the pricing starting at $3,499 [£2,138] and the UltraSharp 24 starts at $1,399 [£854] and is currently available in the Americas with worldwide availability coming on 16 December.