So you’ve probably heard of 4k TVs, but what about 4k computer monitors? Though there are a couple on the market, the prices of those that are currently available are on another stratosphere, accessible to those with only the fattest bank accounts.
Dell’s newest 4k display is no exception.
Dell just announced the UltraSharp 32 4k monitor (pictured), which sports an astounding 3840 x 2160 resolution on a 32-inch slab. Tailored towards photographers, video editors and other creative types, the UltraSharp 32 also sports an IZGO IPS panel, 176 degree viewing angles and more. The UltraSharp 32 wields a bevy of ports, including HDMI, DisplayPort, mini DisplayPort, five USB 3.0 connectors as well as a media card reader. Along with big resolution and big port selection, the Dell UltraSharp 32 also comes with a big price tag: $3,499.99 to be exact.
There’s more though. Dell’s Belize site also leaked details regarding an UltraSharp 24 4k monitor. Wearing the same 3840 x 2160 resolution as its larger sibling, the UltraSharp 24 will have a 24-inch display, as its name suggests, as well as 178 degree viewing angles, which is slightly larger than what’s offered on the UltraSharp 32. The UltraSharp 24 will also sport the same ports as the UltraSharp 32, though with one less USB 3.0 port, bringing the total to four.
While a price for the UltraSharp 24 has yet to be revealed, it will most certainly be considerably cheaper than the UltraSharp 32, which sports a significantly larger screen.