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

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.

Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • chuckydb
    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
    Still looks pricey and a PC strong enought to game in 4k
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  • nitrium
    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
    What's up with the enormous bezel?
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  • clonazepam
    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
    $1399 rofl... I'd love to know the markup on that
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  • RedJaron
    12082387 said:
    Still looks pricey and a PC strong enought to game in 4k
    12082497 said:
    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
    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
    I just want 120hz @ 1600p. 30bit color would be nice to.
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  • gerard1021
    12082663 said:
    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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