Dell is here with the new 27-inch monitor that supports HDR along with 4K. The monitor comes with premium color depth and accuracy.
This UltraSharp UP2718Q presents a 4K resolution (3840 x 260) at 60Hz, and the company claimed that this is the first monitor to fulfilHDR10 standards.
So, in Dell’s words, the user can expect exceptionally accurate images on display. The creative professionals will also be able to use the new monitor to view and manipulate HDR10 content.
This UP2718Q also offer an impressive brightness of 1,000 nits and a contrast ratio of 20,000:1. It means the monitor can produce bright whites, deep blacks and a lot of contrast to make for the appealing and vivid image. You can also expect 178-degree viewing angles both vertically and horizontally.
Colors and connectivity
Dell PremierColor is on board here to ensure accuracy that meets industrial standard including 100 percent sRGB and 100 percent Adobe RGB coverage, along with 100 percent REC 709. The display according to the company offers 64 times more color depth than the standard monitor.
For those that engage in heavyweight post-production video editing, the REC2020 color space is available.
Concerning the connectivity, you will get a pair of HDMI 2.0a ports, a mini-DisplayPort, a DisplayPort 1.4, along with a hub of four USB 3.0 ports and a pair of USB 3.0 ports.
Conclusively, in term of ergonomics, the stand presents pivot, swivel, tilt and height adjustment.
Now, what is the cost of the new monitor? Dell said you have to cough out $2000 for this model. So, if the monitor will be available, $2000 is not a bad price for such a monitor with those features.
Though Dell is yet to disclose whether the monitor will be available to the consumer, but we will let you know as soon as we receive more details from them. So stick to this page for an update.