The first monitor with a resolution of 8K Dell UltraSharp UP3218K went on sale at a price of $5000

In the beginning of the year at the consumer electronics show CES 2017, Dell introduced the world’s first monitor with a resolution of 8K, which was named Dell UltraSharp UP3218K.

The device went on sale at a price of $ 5,000, but more specifically, the fact is that you can only pay for the goods, but the beginning of deliveries is scheduled for April 17.

The screen diagonal is 31.5 inches at a resolution of 7680 x 4320 pixels. At the time of announcement the manufacturer didn’t specify the panel type, now we know what we are talking about IPS technology. Monitor covers 100% color space Adobe RGB, sRGB and Rec.709, the device supports the display over 1 billion colors. The panel’s brightness is 400 CD/m2, contrast ratio is 1300:1, response time 6 MS.

The monitor has two DisplayPort and four USB 3.0 ports, and adjustable stand.



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