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Dell Unveils New UltraSharp Displays With Adobe RGB

In addition to Dell's new Precision workstations, the company also announced three new displays capable of supporting 99.5-100 percent Adobe RGB.

These new displays range in size from 25 to 32 inches. The Dell UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 4K Monitor, as the name suggests, uses a resolution of 3840x2160, and is capable of operating at 60 Hz over HDMI 2.0 at these resolutions.

The two smaller displays measure 27 inches for the Dell UltraSharp 27 Monitor, and 25 inches for the Dell UltraSharp 25 Monitor. In addition to being smaller, these displays also have reduced resolution support compared to the 32-inch display, and are only capable of running at 2560x1440 or lower.

Despite the lower resolution, these displays are still quite feature rich. Dell opted to give the 27-inch and 25-inch displays ultra-thin borders to minimize the space between two displays in a multi-monitor setup. They also feature a built-in KVM application that will allow users to display images from two PCs on one screen simultaneously. A software SDK is provided by Dell to allow users to take a more hands-on approach to customizing the settings on the displays.

One of the most significant features these displays have is support for the AdobeRGB color gamut. The 32-inch display features 99.5 percent support for AdobeRGB, while the smaller displays have complete support for it. With the higher color reproduction abilities of these displays, they should prove to be popular with users who extensively edit video and images.

These displays are expected to come out later this year. The 25-inch display will cost $649.99, while the 27-inch model carries a price of $899.99. A price hasn't been set yet for the 32-inch monitor.

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  • Nuckles_56
    Amazing, it actually has HDMI 2.0 built in.
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  • weilin
    For those who care, the new model numbers are:

    "Dell UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 4K Monitor" : UP3216Q
    "Dell UltraSharp 27 Monitor" : UP2716D
    "Dell UltraSharp 25 Monitor" : UP2516D
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  • chicofehr
    RIP 16:10 Good thing I got 5 year warranty on my 30" monitors as they will be the last ones :(
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  • ohim
    Why HDMI 2.0 over Display Port ? Most of the GPUs have DP, only few of them have HDMI 2.0 ... and DP supports even higher resolutions ... why are we still sticking to HDMI ?
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  • hannibal
    It most probably have also DP in it. The HDMI 2.0 was mentioned because it is something that not all monitors have at this moment...
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  • fball922
    Why HDMI 2.0 over Display Port ? Most of the GPUs have DP, only few of them have HDMI 2.0 ... and DP supports even higher resolutions ... why are we still sticking to HDMI ?

    It also has DP and mDP. I think they are just highlighting that it ALSO has HDMI 2.0.
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  • littleleo
    Amazing, it actually has HDMI 2.0 built in.

    Yeah and your Fury's can run at 30Fps on it.
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  • Max_x2
    RIP 16:10 Good thing I got 5 year warranty on my 30" monitors as they will be the last ones :(

    They would be more likely to replace it with a newer model instead of repairing it tho. This is what happened to a friend of a friend.
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