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Dell unveils 5K monitor Ultrasharp U4025QW

Dell unveils 5K monitor Ultrasharp U4025QW

Dell will soon launch a new monitor, the U4025QW. It is the “world’s first 5K monitor with eye comfort certification.

To certify the 40-inch monitor with 5120×2160 resolution, Dell focused on doubling the refresh rate from 60Hz to 120Hz. It also added a light sensor that adjusts screen brightness and colour temperature automatically. This would reduce the risk of eye fatigue. To achieve a pleasant viewing experience, further tinkering has been done to reduce harmful blue light by applying more LED backlighting.

Dell chooses these resolution standards to support content creators, data scientists, engineers, and other highly demanding professionals. With the needs of these employees, Dell says the large curved monitor fits well. In doing so, they can use Thunderbolt 4 connectivity, with up to 140W of power. On connectivity, the U4025QW further features 2.5Gbps Ethernet connectivity via RJ45, HDMI 2.1 FRL and DisplayPort 2.1.


Simultaneously, Dell is also unveiling the U3425WE. This is a 34-inch Ultrasharp monitor with WQHD resolution (2560×1440). This curved monitor can be seen as the smaller version of the U4025QW. The screen also features eye comfort certification and connections for Thunderbolt 4 connectivity (up to 90W of power).

Both monitors will be available Feb. 27 globally. For now, we only know the U.S. prices. The U4025QW will cost $2,399.99, while the U3425WE is priced at a minimum of $1,019.99.

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