CES 2014: Dell tops out 28-inch UltraSharp 4K monitor for $699
Lenovo and Asus with their $800 28-4K monitors have already made it clear that 4K resolution displays can be low cost (not as much as the regular full HD ones but quite close). On the other hand, Vizio has launched a $1,000 50-inch 4K TV, which indicates that 4K will soon become more predominant. Catching up on the league, Dell announced its own 28-inch UltraSharp 4K monitor at CES for an aggressive $699 price tag. The P2815Q 4K monitor scheduled to ship worldwide from January 23 comes with a range of ports and some spectacular features to impress the gamer in us.
In addition to providing the best possible resolution, the UltraSharp 4K monitor dishes out 30Hz 3840 x 2160 and 60Hz for 1920 x 1080, and features an antiglare TN display, 170 degree viewing angle. 1.073 billion colors and 5ms response time. As mentioned, the UltraSharp monitor has a series of ports including DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI, 1 USB upstream, 4 x USB 3.02 downstream amid others. The P2815Q 4K monitor even has the ability to pivot to portrait mode or adjust its height and angle to your working requirement.