Dell, it’s all about bringing some of the most eye-catching, mint and modernistic technologies to the table. Each year, as CES displays what is considered a gorgeous, and highly anticipated glimpse of the near future. Most of what Dell shared at CES was being seen for the first time, and most eyes were shocked by the range of notebooks, 2-in-1s, monitors, all-in-one desktops, Tobii eye-tracking technology, and much more. Many game-changing technologies were honored for their cutting edge appeal, and even received as winners for the CES 2017 Innovation Awards.
The tech giant has utterly outdone itself by bringing in a 32-inch monitor in the highest, most daring definition. Say goodbye to 5K, because “that’s so yesterday!”. As the world’s first 32-inch Ultra HD resolution monitor, with more than 1 billion colors, and 33.2 million pixels of resolution, this is the industry’s first 8K display marked at professionals. It’s gorgeous 100 percent Adobe RGB and sRGB color gamut holds up at 4 times more content that what we see in Ultra HD 4K. It holds 16 times more content than Full HD, and all while retaining a 280 ppi resolution. Besides the pleasure that comes with this polished level of color clarity and gradation, consider the paramount use that will come in handy the commercial field, where intense in-depth zooming becomes a critical aspect of many jobs. The use of such a high quality monitor such as the UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K is perfect for a wide range of fields, whether media, video editing, or highly professional oil and gas explorations, where in-depth image zooming is standard.
The Dell UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K sports an intense 32 inches of screen, highly useful by being nearly bezel-less with InfinityEdge, a contemporary design with a display touted as “the world’s thinnest profile in its class”. Other features include the monitor’s Quad HD technology, USB Type-C connectivity, and Dell’s very own 24 and 27 InfinityEdge Monitors, which are said to “feature dual 6W external speakers professionally tuned by award-winning Waves Maxx Audio”.
The surprises that come from Dell are endless. Each year we get to enjoy more and more from the gem that is this highly successful American-owned IT systems company. After unveiling some of the most magnificent, world-first innovations at this years CES, Dell endures the need to inspire changes in personal computing by granting its utmost functionality and ease-of-use. Surely there are other companies announcing their 8K UHDTVs, but aimed for retail rather than Dell’s ambition for professional designers.
Not knowing all of the specifications for the UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K monitor isn’t exactly a bummer, because we do know just enough (including how much crisper it is than Apple’s stunning 5K iMac with Retina Display). With a 7580 x 4320 resolution, and a contrast ratio of 1,300:1, the Dell monitor also comes with a brightness level of 400 nits, and pixel density of 280 ppi (Apple generally has screens with around 220 ppi). So, although Dell won’t exactly admit all the specifics, we know enough about it to wanna hook it up, sit in our seat and just stare. Speaking of, a simple DisplayPort 1.3/1.4 cable isn’t enough to handle this bandwidth; so, to get it, handle two DisplayPort 1.3s and your’e good to go. Other ports include four USB 3.0s, two Display 1.3s, and an audio line out. Remember this is aimed at professional use, yet, whatever floats your boat/ whatever you desire is also game. Sales will begin March 23, 2017, for about $5,000 to start.
Read Related Articles
- AMD Has New Ryzen CPUs Promising to Directly Compete With Intel, in Both Specs and Price Tags
- Dart-C Adapter – 4 Times Smaller Than What We’re Used to, so Leave That Brick at Home
- Remote Wireless Charging for Your Phone, as in Truly Wireless, Is Yours With the MotherBox
- Would You Believe Your Own Eyes If You Saw a Teensy 7-Inch Laptop, Sporting Intel Atom and 8GB of RAM?
- HP’s New X360 Spectre 15 Is Discrete yet Svelte 2-In-1, Large and in Charge
- MSI’s GS63VR Stealth Pro- a Lightweight Speedy Gaming Laptop That’s Going to Make Waves