Just ahead of CES 2024, Dell has preempted the show by announcing some impressive new UltraSharp monitors that continue an important trend in display technology.
For the longest time, we’ve been stuck with 60Hz productivity monitors. Sure, gaming displays were free to keep exploring the upper reaches of refresh rates (now even up to 500Hz), but for those doing content creation or office work, 60Hz has remained the standard for external
But Dell is finally bucking that trend. Dell has two new
Technically, this is a trend we saw Dell kick off in November with its smaller size options, but it’s nice to see the company commit to the change and bring 120Hz refresh rates to these larger, premium displays.
Dell portrays this as an aid to eye comfort, although it certainly goes a long way toward upping the premium and more responsive feel of these displays. Even more importantly, they start to match the standard that’s developed on premium
There’s a lot more happening with these new
Beyond that, the U4025QW has a 39.7-inch 5K resolution (5120 x 2160), while the U3425WE has a 34-inch 3440 x 1440 resolution screen.
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Speaking of USB ports, the U4025QW has one of my favorite new Dell monitor features: pop-down, forward-facing USB ports for convenient access. We saw this first on Dell’s 6K UltraSharp monitor, introduced at CES last year.
The Dell UltraSharp 40 Curved
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