Dell unveiled a 6K monitor and two curved displays ahead of the Consumer Electronic Show (CES 2023).
The displays will be demonstrated at the Las Vegas event from January 5 through January 8. The first and most impressive model is the UltraSharp 32 6K Monitor (U3224KB). The 6K resolution offers 150 percent more pixels than 4K. Images are brighter and more detailed.
UltraSharp 32 6K
The monitor is VESA DisplayHDR 600-certified, a standard for brightness and colour range. The panel is based on IPS Black. The technology was introduced by LG last year and touted as an improvement over traditional IPS. Meanwhile, various reviews have indicated that IPS Black indeed delivers higher contrast ratios than IPS.
Furthermore, the monitor includes an integrated HDR 4K webcam with auto framing for video conferencing, as well as a noise-reducing microphone and two 14W speakers. DisplayPort 2.1 and Thunderbolt 4 are supported. Peripheral devices can be charged with up to 140W.
Users can connect multiple PCs and display them on the same panel with Picture-in-Picture (PIP) and Picture-by-Picture (PbP). The model will be made available somewhere in the first half of 2023. The price is unknown at the time of writing.
UltraSharp 34/43 Curved
In addition to the 6K monitor, Dell is introducing two new curved displays: a 43-inch 4K model (U4323QE) and a 34-inch model (U3423WE). Like the 6K model, both models support PIP and PbP, allowing multiple PCs to be displayed on the same panel.
The resolutions differ. The U3423WE supports 3440×1440, while the U4323QE supports 4K (3840×2160). The 34-inch model includes IPS Black technology, while the 43-inch model uses regular IPS technology. In addition to DisplayPort, both models include a USB hub with various USB-A and USB-C ports.
Unlike the 6K model, Dell did not integrate webcams into the U3423WE and U4323QE. Though the models include integrated speakers, users need a separate webcam to videoconference. Both models will be available from January 31. Prices are unknown at the time of writing.
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