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Pricing and availability are unknown

Dell has tipped some of the details on a new 24” UHD computer monitor called the UP2414Q.
 
Dell says that the UP2414Q features the highest pixel density of any of its available displays at 185 ppi. The native resolution of the IPS display is 3840 x 2160 and it offers viewing angles of 178-degrees horizontally and vertically. The contrast ratio is listed as 1000:1 typical and 2M:1 dynamic. Brightness for the panel is 350 cd/m2 and the panel has a 8ms response time.

 
The display supports 99% Adobe RGB color gamut and 100% sRGB.
 
Unfortunately, important details like pricing and availability haven’t been announced at this time.

Sources: Mac Rumors, Dell



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RE: Not sold
By retrospooty on 12/2/2013 5:54:46 PM , Rating: 2
"4K is really interesting to me because I can now get more screen real estate while also having a perfect 2:1 scale for 1080p so games do not require bilinear filtering for the scaling. "

Exactly...

"$1400 is still quite a bit for a monitor though"

Ya, its a bit high but no more so than when the first 30 inch 2560x1600 mass market monitors came out. It will drop. Considering the amount if laptops that are available with higher res like this, I am going to guess it will drop alot faster than the first 30 inch 2560x1600 mass market monitors did.


RE: Not sold
By inighthawki on 12/2/2013 7:08:42 PM , Rating: 2
Yeah they probably will. Considering the 28" monitor is slated for an "early 2014 release at under $1000" I bet both the 24" and 32" models will drop pretty quickly over the next year or so. If the 28" model really sells for under $1000 then it won't be that much more than their existing 27" models which usually retail around $750-$800. At that point it'd almost be a steal (relatively speaking)


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