As has always been the case, Dell is releasing yet another high-quality professional-grade monitor that completely blows all of us away. Many of us have been wondering how long it would be until Dell released their own 4K monitors. Earlier this year, when we were at Siggraph, Dell introduced the stunning 32" UHD display
, the Dell UltraSharp 32 which clearly was designed to compete with ASUS and Sharp in the 32" form factor. Now, it appears that Dell has upped their monitor game another level and released a 24" monitor capable of the exact same resolution as ASUS, Sharp and Dell's IGZO 32" displays while being 8" smaller.The new UltraSharp UP2414Q monitor
is capable of the same QuadHD/UltraHD resolution as these much larger monitors at a fraction of the size. As a result, images will look absolutely insane at a PPI of 183 versus the PPI of 137, representing an increase of PPI of nearly 50%. Considering that it is almost a 50% reduction in surface area while maintaining the same resolution, this seems like a proper assessment. The monitor's specs are far more impressive when you delve deeper beyond the resolution as well.
Expectedly, it features an IPS panel which results in 178 degree viewing angles and 99% AdobeRGB and 100% sRGB color gamut reproduction. This is complemented by their out of box factory calibration, which most of Dell's monitors already have a pretty good calibration to begin with. It also has the ability to display up to 10 bits of colors which ultimately results in a total color depth of 1.07 billion colors. Not to mention it can tilt, swivel and be adjusted to whatever angle or height that you'd like, much like its bigger brothers. The Dell UP2414Q also features an HDMI, DisplayPort, MiniDP and four USB 3.0 ports as well as a 6-in-1 memory card reader, which could come in handy for those people that don't have a built-in USB 3.0 card reader in their desktop tower.
The awesome part is that Dell's warranty seems to have gotten much more aggressive with an advanced exchange service warranty that lasts up to 3 years and will replace any display with as much as one dead pixel. Considering that some other panel manufacturers make you wait for multiple dead pixels this is a must have for anyone that uses their displays professionally or is anal about dead pixels. It's nice to know that Dell's dead pixel policy is essentially a no-dead pixel policy. The only question that hasn't been answered is the price, we currently have no idea on the pricing, but have contacted Dell to get more clarification since it is quite clear that this display is not for sale yet.
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