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New Dell Ultrasharp monitors improve contrast

New Dell Ultrasharp monitors improve contrast

Dell introduced the Ultrasharp U2723QE and U3223QE earlier this year. These are the first Dell models to feature an extension LG IPS Black technology. As the name implies, this has an effect on the black value, but also the color contrast. The specified contrast value of 1:2000 is twice the height of most IPS panels. In addition, the color gamut should be 98 percent wider than the DCI-P3 color space and 100 percent sRGB. Ars Technica reports that it’s easy to see that this screen has a richer contrast than, say, the Apple Studio Display.

Those who are familiar with Dell UltraSharp monitors will not be surprised by the other features. Dell U2723QE is a 27″ 60Hz 4k hdr monitor (U3223QE 32″), 400 nits brightness and a host of useful ports: DisplayPort 1.4, hdmi 2.0 (with hdcp 2.2), USB-C input with 90W charging, DisplayPort And a USB-c port (10Gbps, 15W) for upload. In addition, six USB-a ports (3.2 gen 2 to 10 Gbps, one of which can also be charged), an Ethernet port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The monitor is adjustable in height and can also be rotated, tilted and rotated in a portrait position. The finish is silver gray plastic. It is noteworthy that there are no built-in speakers.

The Dell Ultrasharp U2723QE is available from today. Do you want a bigger size? Then give the U3223QE five more inches.

Ars Technica

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