Last Updated on March 25, 2017 by PixelPluck
Dell launches 32inch 8K Monitor for Photographers
When it comes to monitor there can’t be enough resolution to work on your photographs. In a world’s first Dell launched massive 32inch 8K display monitor which would be a fantastic companion for any photographer looking for an ultimate display monitor. The Dell UltraSharp UP3218K is the ‘world’s first’ 8K consumer monitor with an insane 7680×4320 resolution. Dell launches 32inch 8K Monitor for Photographers.
It boasts screen size of 31.5 inches. The IPS panel touts a 279 PPI pixel density easily exceeding the Retina bar for desktop computer displays. To put things in perspective the 5K iMac has just 217 PPI display. The monitor is available to consumer and obviously has hefty price tag of $4999. For the price you get the ultimate monitor for your post processing needs that money can buy.
According to Dell, you will get to experience realistic images like never before on the award-winning, world’s first 31.5″ 8K monitor featuring Dell PremierColor. It’s no surprise the Dell UltraSharp 32 8K Monitor – UP3218K has received high praise and awards, including “Best Monitor” and “Best Pixels”. With an outstanding 33.2 million pixel resolution and a high pixel density of 280ppi, you’ll not miss a single detail.
1300:1 contrast ratio, 400 nit brightness and full support for Adobe RGB and sRGB color spaces. The panel is IPS just like all of Apple’s laptops and iMacs, so it features strong vibrant color and wide 178° viewing angles. It also displays 98% of the DCI-P3 color space for wide color photography and video.
The specifications include:
Dell PremierColor: Exceptional for Color Professionals
A broad, brilliant spectrum: Dell PremierColor offers wide color coverage that meets major industry standards — 100% AdobeRGB, 100% sRGB, 100% Rec. 709, 98% DCI-P3 — for immaculate, unwavering colors.
Extraordinary color depth: Enjoy a tremendous level of detail that only the depth of 1.07 billion colors (that’s 64 times more color depth than standard monitors) could provide. Even in dark areas, you’ll see better color gradation and precision in more shades.
Fine-tune with precision: Customize color parameters to your preference using the Custom Color mode, the SDKi or the optional X-rite iDisplay Pro colorimeteri.
Accurate color, out of the box: Your monitor is calibrated on AdobeRGB and sRGB to an accuracy of Delta-E less than 2. An included factory calibration report gives you the confidence that colors will be impressively accurate right from the start.
Beautiful and functional
Crafted to perfection: Modern aluminum and refined finishing create a modern and elegant design.
Virtually borderless: With Dell’s InfinityEdge, you’ll enjoy every detail of on-screen beauty without boundaries. An expansive, edge-to-edge viewing experience on one of the first virtually borderless 31.5″ monitors ensures that you’ll be absorbed in the visuals, not distracted by the frame.
Easy on the eyes: This TUVi Certified monitor has a flicker-free screen with ComfortView, a feature that filters out harmful blue light emissions to optimize eye comfort.
Customize for your needs: The height-adjustable stand lets you tilt, swivel and pivot to just the right viewing position for a comfortable setup and convenience while collaborating.
Multitasking made easy: Stay organized as you work on multiple applications, thanks to the Easy Arrange feature. Neatly tile the applications on one screen to view them all at once and quickly find exactly what you are looking for.
Made for the way you work: Compatible with multiple stands and mounts (including VESA), this monitor has flexible options to fit perfectly in your workspace.
Ports and Slots:
1. Power connector | 2. Stand lock | 3. DisplayPort in | 4. DisplayPort in | 5. Audio line-out porti | 6. USB upstream port | 7. USB downstream ports | 8. USB downstream port with BC1.2 charging
1. Power cable | 2. Two DP Cables | 3. USB 3.0 Cable
If you are convinced that you need this engineering masterpiece then you can order it from the dell website here. If not then you have some great budget options here.
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