Monday, December 2nd 2013

Dell Launches 24-inch Ultra HD Monitor, Preps 28-inch Model

In addition to introducing the UltraSharp UP3214Q model, Dell is set to add two more Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) monitors to its offer, a 24-inch model known as UP2414Q and a 28-inch display named P2815Q.

The UP2414Q should be available shortly and will feature an IPS panel with 99% AdobeRGB and 100% sRGB coverage and 178/178 degree viewing angles, an 8 ms GTG response time, a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 (dynamic contrast ratio is 2,000,000:1), a media card reader, a 4-port USB 3.0 hub, HDMI, DisplayPort and Mini DisplayPort inputs, and a stand enabling tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustment. This one will cost $1,399. The P2815Q is scheduled to arrive early next year priced at under $1,000.
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28 Comments on Dell Launches 24-inch Ultra HD Monitor, Preps 28-inch Model

by: Fourstaff
This particular monitor doesn't support HDMI 2.0 iirc.
That might be true but since hardware supporting the HDMI 2.0 spec is supposedly trickling into the market now and that there is supposedly some hardware that is or will be firmware upgradable already on the market,....

Now or soon seems to be the time to get such HDMI 2.0 compliant hardware if that is indeed what one wants
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by: Fourstaff

Win8 fixed most of the scaling issues I heard.
I have it on my laptop. Desktop and windows apps are OK, but some 3rd party apps I am using do not scale well at all with high DPI scaling from Windows. Not entirely Windows fault, I agree...
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by: Bytales
The Extra Bandwith is supposedly attained by increased freq. only. So if you have the faster chip allready inside your TV, all you need is a firmware update.
Cable wise, it makes no difference.
That is only true if the cable stays within spec inductance and noise wise at 600 Mhz.
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