The constantly growing family of Dell’s high-end pro-level color accurate displays just got five new members. On top of the new lineup is the UP3017Q UltraSharp 30-inch Ultra HD 4K OLED monitor. The first Dell’s OLED Ultrasharp display boasts crystal clear Ultra HD 4K resolution – 3840 x 2160 up to 120 Hz, has a 100% AdobeRGB and 97.8% DCI-P3 coverage with 1.07 billion color depth. It’s factory calibrated and provides an incredibly fast response time of 0.1 ms along with a top-notch contrast ratio of whopping 400,000:1. Keep in mind that this is not a dynamic contrast ratio, but a typical contrast ratio.
The very slim footprint of the UP3017Q, the life-like colour reproduction, and the superior grayscale performance are the first things that can be spotted right off the bat. The monitor also features a mini DisplayPort (mDP) connector, an HDMI port as well as a USB type-C port, which could be used for video, data, and even power connectivity. Of course, all of that cutting-edge technology goodness comes with a hefty price. Starting at $4,999 the UP3017Q UltraSharp 30 Ultra HD 4K OLED monitor is currently one of the most expensive 30-inch monitors available out there.
Along with the UP3017Q UltraSharp 30 Ultra HD 4K OLED, the brand new 24-inch U2417HA and the 27-inch U2717DA models were also announced at CES 2016. Both use Dell’s InfinityEdge technology, that significantly reduces the bezel size of the monitors which will benefit multi-display setups immensely.
Even though these are both conventional LCD displays, they are color accurate and have 99% sRGB color space coverage and come pre-calibrated out of the box. The main difference between these two models is the screen size and respective resolution. The 27-inch U2717DA provides a maximum resolution of 2560 x 1440 at 60 Hz, whereas the 24-inch U2417HA supports 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz.
In terms of connectivity both feature an HDMI 1.4 (MHL 2.0) port, DP 1.2 and mini-DP 1.2 interfaces, DP-out, USB 3.0 x 4 ports along with audio line-out. Both InfinityEdge models will be available towards the end of February 2016 starting at $349 and $719 respectively.
At last, but not least, comes the announcement of the Dell UltraSharp 24 and Dell 23 Wireless monitors. These are both packed with the latest technology allowing users to wirelessly display and manage content from a Windows-powered laptop and Android smartphone concurrently via Miracast.
The Dell 23 Wireless monitor has additional built-in speakers and a wireless charging stand for compatible mobile devices to enhance the no-wires experience. The Dell UltraSharp 24 Wireless monitor Dell 23 Wireless monitor will be available in March 2016 first in the US starting at $469 and $429 respectively.