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Dell 28-inch 4K monitor to ship for $699 on January 23

updated 12:05 pm EST, Wed January 8, 2014

Promises same performance as recent UltraSharp monitors

Dell has announced a firm date and pricetag for a 28-inch 4K monitor it teased in December. The P2815Q will support resolutions up to 3840x2160, and ship for $699 on January 23. Other specifications aren't available, but Dell is promising the same performance as its recent 24- and 32-inch UltraSharp monitors.

The P2815Q's stand will support portrait mode and variable heights and angles. Accessory options will include items like a soundbar or a monitor arm.

Because of their higher resolution, 4K monitors require extra graphics power to support them. This limits their use to computers with more recent video cards, such as the latest MacBook Pros, or more advanced desktops.




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  1. prl99

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    Joined: 03-24-09

    Sharp 4K, >$3K. Dell 4K, <$700. Someone tell me how these two monitors are anywhere near the same quality. Resolution is one thing, quality is another.

    (that was weird, it deleted half my comment)

  1. driven

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    Ok, I'm interested. Dell's higher end monitors (Ultrasharps) typically have good quality. Their 30" Ultrasharp is $1300+. No idea how they are going to pull this off while stating that this is "Ultrasharp quality". I'm skeptical, but intrigued.

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