Dell introduces two new 4K screens. One is focused on the financial sector and can handle four PCs at the same time, the other is designed with cooperation in mind.
The Dell UltraSharp 43 4K U432Q is a 42.5-inch screen built for the business market. The large panel has a 4K resolution and can handle up to four PCs. All four can send images to the display at the same time. This is particularly interesting in niches such as the financial sector, where analysts want to view data side by side in detail, but the data often comes from multiple powerful systems.
Because this is a working screen and not a graphical display, the other specifications are not so exceptional. sRGB colours, a 1000:1 contrast ratio and a fixed refresh rate of 60 Hz are noted. As for brightness, the company communicates 350 nits.
Dell prides itself on the screen’s height adjustability. The monitor is the first to combine this resolution and size with that functionality. Furthermore, the screen has USB-C, including power delivery. You can supply a system with up to 90 watts of power through the screen. The display should be available by the end of the month and will receive a recommended retail price of 1,049 dollars (about 937 euros).
Dell is also launching the 86 4K Interactive Touch Monitor C8621QT. This screen also has a 4K resolution, this time combined with touch functionality.
The product is intended for collaboration, as the 85.6-inch format suggests. Dell provides the C8621QT with built-in speakers for presentations with audio. USB Type C is also available. You also get a whole suite of relevant connections such as Ethernet, RS232, RJ45 and HDMI CEC.
The launch of the collaboration model is not until spring this year. Dell has not yet communicated a recommended retail price.