Dell is refreshing a lot of its monitor lineup with 2021 fashions that every one have one factor in widespread: USB-C with energy supply. In any other case, there’s one thing new at most costs, from the $5,000 32-inch UltraSharp HDR PremierColor show boasting a 2,000-mini-LED array and a few 34-inch curved updates.
The 4K skilled HDR UP3221Q show stands out for the primary incorporation (a minimum of that I do know of) of a 2,000-dimming zone mini-LED array, which generates its typical HDR brightness stage of 1,000 nits. All the opposite 32-inch fashions, just like the Asus ProArt PA32UCX-PK, use the 1,152-zone array. (Apart from the ‘s even decrease 576-zone array.) It is one among Dell’s Calman Powered shows with a built-in “windshield wiper” calibrator. It is $5,000 and begins delivery Nov. 5.
Dell claims accuracy of lower than 2 Delta E for all related normal definition shade areas and a Delta E ITP of lower than 3.5 for ST2084(PQ) and HLG; it is the primary monitor I’ve seen quoting Delta E ITP accuracy numbers. That is undoubtedly supposed to be an HDR-primary use show, given its gamut of solely 93% Adobe RGB however 99.8% P3. It has two Thunderbolt Three ports, one among which helps daisy chaining. Along with the built-in colorimeter, it’s also possible to join your personal (so long as it is supported, which often means simply an X-Ceremony i1Display Professional).
One disappointment for its class and for the cash: It would not help HDMI 2.1. Nor does the panel help greater than a 60Hz refresh price for even fundamental gaming.
Becoming a member of the HDR show is a 3,440×1,440-pixel UltraSharp 34 Curved USB-C Hub monitor (U3421WE). It is an replace to the 2019 model with Dell’s more moderen, fashionable stand design and a panel with a bigger shade area. It is slated to ship in early December for $1,200.
A brand new non-UltraSharp, enterprise/mainstream 34-inch curved show, the P3421W, supplies as much as 65 watts of energy through USB-C and integrates a KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) switcher to connect with twin techniques. It has a a lot smaller 99% sRGB shade gamut, but it surely’s additionally lots cheaper at $800. It’s going to ship Oct. 21.
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