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Dell Unveils New 4K UltraSharp Screens Featuring IPS Black Technology

Dell has revealed a pair of new 4K UltraSharp Screens using LG Display’s IPS Black technology, which is said to deliver 35 percent deeper blacks than current IPS displays. Even though that is the headline feature, it might actually be the least interesting aspect of the 27-inch U2723QE and 32-inch U3223QE displays, as they pack a host of other useful features, as long as you’re looking for a new productivity monitor.

Dell 4K UltraSharp Screens with IPS Black Technology

Both models pack a six-port USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) USB hub, with the main USB-C upstreams port being capable of delivering 90 Watts of power over USB-PD, as well as supporting DP 1.4 Alt Mode. The USB hub also works in KVM mode, which seems to be becoming a standard feature on a lot of higher-end displays these days. The single downstream USB 3.2 Gen 2 port is limited to a mere 15 W and there’s also a second USB 3.2 Gen 2 upstream port that is only for USB data signals. Traditional display inputs include an HDMI port, presumably of the 2.0 variety, a DP 1.4 input, as well as an output for display daisy chaining, a feature we don’t see too often on non-Dell displays. Finally, there’s an RJ45 for the hardwired network of a “docked” notebook, plus a 3.5 mm audio jack for audio output.

The display panel itself is rather average if we look beyond the IPS Black technology which delivers a 2000:1 contrast ratio, with a typical 60 Hz refresh rate, a peak brightness of 400 cd/m², although it does cover 100 percent of the sRGB and Rec 709 colour gamut, as well as 98 percent of DCI-P3 which should be considered as quite good. The response time is rated at 8 ms, but once again, this isn’t a gaming monitor, so it most likely doesn’t matter much. Standard power consumption is a respectable 25.9 W for the 27-inch model and 29.4 W for the 32-inch model, but both models can draw as much as 220 W when powering a lot of USB devices.

Where Can I Learn More?

The U2723QE retails for $779.99 and the U3223QE for $1,149.99 with Dell confirming that both models are available to purchase now. – If you do, therefore, want to learn more, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

Mike Sanders

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