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Dell Releases 24" 4K Monitor; 28" Model on its Way

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Yes, this is a 24" 4K monitor with an IPS panel.

Seemingly, Dell has launched a 24" Ultra-HD monitor, the UltraSharp UP2414Q. Alongside this, it seems that Dell is also working on a 28" Ultra-HD monitor, the P2815Q.

The 24" UP2414Q will have a 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) and should cover up to 99 percent of the AdobeRGB color spectrum, as well as 100 percent of the sRGB spectrum. It also features a static contrast ratio of 1000:1, an 8 ms gray-to-gray response time, along with 178/178 degree viewing angles. It also comes with a factory calibration, so it leaves the factory with a Delta-E of less than 2. Connectivity-wise, the display has a 4-port USB 3.0 hub, a card reader, HDMI, DisplayPort and mini DisplayPort connectors.

Dell has priced the UP2414Q at $1,399.

There are few details available on the 28" model, but expect it to be available sometime early next year.

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    chuckydb , December 2, 2013 11:40 AM
    It's about time we get it in 24inch format...
    Now, could we also get 3200X1800 too??? It shoudn't be only on 13inch laptop...
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    iceclock , December 2, 2013 11:41 AM
    Still looks pricey and a PC strong enought to game in 4k
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    nitrium , December 2, 2013 11:53 AM
    Are there any GPUs that can drive these at any more than 30Hz from a single connector? I gather you have to run them split screen from two sources, and you can use "extend Windows desktop" to kludge a full size 60Hz display (which is essential for smooth dragging, scrolling etc). But that all turns to custard when you launch a full screen video or game.
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    gerard1021 , December 2, 2013 12:01 PM
    What's up with the enormous bezel?
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    clonazepam , December 2, 2013 12:03 PM
    With a grey to grey of 8 ms... the real, non-marketing latency is probably unsuitable for anything except casual gaming. Since its calibrated and all that, its definitely not meant for gaming anyway.
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    icemunk , December 2, 2013 12:03 PM
    $1399 rofl... I'd love to know the markup on that
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    RedJaron , December 2, 2013 12:03 PM
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    Still looks pricey and a PC strong enought to game in 4k

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    Are there any GPUs that can drive these at any more than 30Hz?


    For gaming, no, you'll need a much stronger card. However, I'm guessing these are more intended for the graphic professional ( factory calibration the biggest reason. ) Pro cards will drive 2D at this resolution no problem.

    If nothing else, this will go a long way toward driving 4K prices down.
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    DarkSable , December 2, 2013 12:09 PM
    Holy... I want it.

    And gerard, that's a pretty typical bezel size for fancy monitors like those with high resolutions or high refresh rates... and to be honest, you really shouldn't care, because I guarantee you you aren't going to be using three of these in surround any time soon. :p 
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    Kewlx25 , December 2, 2013 12:11 PM
    I just want 120hz @ 1600p. 30bit color would be nice to.
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    gerard1021 , December 2, 2013 12:12 PM
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    Holy... I want it.

    And gerard, that's a pretty typical bezel size for fancy monitors like those with high resolutions or high refresh rates... and to be honest, you really shouldn't care, because I guarantee you you aren't going to be using three of these in surround any time soon. :p 


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    hannibal , December 2, 2013 12:15 PM
    Emperor voise: "Good, good!"

    185ppi is not too much for desktop usage! Have to wait 8k untill the ppi is in par with phones and tablets. But not too bad either! I am really looking these for work screens. It is so much easier to read text with sharper screen. 1399$ is reasonable cheap for high end 10bit monitor. Most of those in the market at this moment are around 1000$ at this moment, so this will be only 400$ more expensive than those. Not bad beginning. Just lets hope that these become cheaper much faster rate than 1440p monitors did or are coming...
    The 28" version seems to be the right size for me. It allso should be cheaper than 24" version, because it has worse screen. (8bit or 6bit... we will see...) http://www.techpowerup.com/195282/dell-launches-24-inch-ultra-hd-monitor-preps-28-inch-model.html
    Does anyone know, when we will see 4K monitors that can be seen as an single monitor by GPU? At this moment the GPU drivers consider one 4K monitor like two separate monitors and it has some disadvantages... If I don't remember wrong, those should arrive to the market... somewhere in the future.

    Official Dell link:
    http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/uscorp1/secure/2013-12-2-dell-ultrasharp-ultra-hd-monitors?ACD=10550055-3891137-rewrite&AID=3891137

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    gerard1021 , December 2, 2013 12:15 PM
    Your right ,I'll be going to a different vendor for my three or five monitor setup... Four out of five voices agree.
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    lp231 , December 2, 2013 12:28 PM
    Shouldn't 4K stand for a screen that support at least 4,000 lines of resolution, but these 4K screens are at 3840 x 2160. 3840 does not equal to 4,000, so instead of 4K, it should be called 3K. :p 
    Here is a list of monitor and TV using 4K and some are actually 4K resolution at (4096x2160).
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4K_resolution

    Westinghouse TV 3840×2160[89] 110 inch ? pixel/inch 2013 US$300,000 ?× HDMI
    Some lambo even cheaper than this. lol
    http://autos.aol.com/cars-Lamborghini-Gallardo-2013/pricing/
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    quilciri , December 2, 2013 12:40 PM
    Picture sharp enough to stab your eyes out and still slice a tomato!
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    DarkSable , December 2, 2013 12:42 PM
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    Your right ,I'll be going to a different vendor for my three or five monitor setup... Four out of five voices agree.


    Well no, not just because of the bezel... there isn't a computer out there that could game on three 4K displays simultaneously - I doubt any computer could even run three of these without some serious workarounds, as that would require six inputs.

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    josejones , December 2, 2013 12:53 PM
    What, no HDMI 2.0?
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    soldier44 , December 2, 2013 1:31 PM
    Make it a 30 inch or bigger for less than $1500 with 120hz and I'll pick one up. 24-28 inch just too small after using a 2560 x 1600 30 inch for the last 3 years. I'm not going backwards in size.
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    DarkSable , December 2, 2013 1:37 PM
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    Make it a 30 inch or bigger for less than $1500 with 120hz and I'll pick one up. 24-28 inch just too small after using a 2560 x 1600 30 inch for the last 3 years. I'm not going backwards in size.


    I would happily go backwards in size AND increase resolution simultaneously; it would give incredible pixel density.

    That being said, 120Hz? Are you kidding me? There are very few IPS panels that can do 120Hz, and those are by overclocking and come with serious issues. Aside from the fact that a computer would choke and die at the thought of trying to run 8.3 megapixels at 120 frames a second, and that you have to have TWO inputs just to get this thing to run at 60Hz because no cable is fast enough, do you seriously think anybody could make something like that for under
    $1500, when this thing at $1300 undercuts anything remotely like it by a HUGE amount?
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    Quarkzquarkz , December 2, 2013 2:02 PM
    Can we please have 120Hz for 1440p !? Sheesh, work with this, then move on to the 4k's and what not. =(
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    BranFlake5 , December 2, 2013 3:20 PM
    Wow, This is actually something I'm interested in. Working up close to a monitor and needing color accuracy for photo/video, I think 1,300 is more than justifiable compared to the price of current 2k monitors. Thanks Dell.
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