UltraSharp 6K monitor from Dell

UltraSharp 6K monitor from Dell cranks resolution, adds IPS Black

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Dell has announced its first 6K-resolution monitor with IPS Black panel technology that provides higher contrast and deeper blacks, the Dell UltraSharp 32 6K Monitor (U3224KB),

Capable of stunning 6K resolution and VESA DisplayHDR 600, Dell is targeting its sharpest of UltraSharp monitors at detail-oriented professionals like designers, engineers and data scientists where every pixel counts.

With 150 per cent more pixels on 6K resolution compared to 4K, the new UltraSharp 32 6K monitor these extra details and additional clarity are also boosted by the inclusion of IPS Black technology means an increase in depth for dark objects – even in dark environments – and colour accuracy especially for low greys.

The UltraSharp 32 6K Monitor is also set up for video conferencing, including under low light conditions. It features a built-in dual gain HDR 4K webcam and provides auto framing, light adjustments plus enhanced clarity, automatic SafeShutter, echo cancellation mic and dual 14W speakers for an intelligent and more secure collaboration experience.

An integrated front-facing pop-out feature provides intuitive easy access to ports so users can connect accessories and devices easily without digging around among cables for ports around the back.

For workflows that don’t require 6K resolution, Dell has also introduced two additional  UltraSharp monitors – its first curved WQHD monitor with IPS Black technology, the Dell UltraSharp 34 Curved USB-C Hub Monitor (U3423WE) allows you to connect and display content from two PCs using Picture- by-Picture (PBP) and Picture-in-Picture (PIP) features, while enjoying clear audio with the integrated dual 5W speakers.

Finally, the Dell UltraSharp 43 4K USB-C Hub Monitor (U4323QE) allows users to connect one PC to the monitor and split it into multiple (up to four) screen partitions, as well as the ability to connect up to four different PCs to the monitor, view all four inputs and switch between them using KVM.panels.

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