Dell unveils its UltraSharp HDR 10 monitor and two InfiniteEdge displays
During the National Association of Broadcasters show, Dell announced the UP2718Q DHR display and two InfinityEdge displays.
The UP2718Q sports 1,000 nits of peak brightness with bright whites and deep blacks. The PC manufacturer said that it supports 1.07 billion colors due to iDell PremierColor, which features 100% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB, and 100% REC 709.
Dell has been in the UHD display game for a very long time, and the UltraSharp U2715Q and the U2415Q have been some solid displays for the company. The latest model is going to take Dell to a higher level. It offers a vast color gamut and supports up to 97.7% of DCI-P3 (76.9% Rec 2020). Each display comes calibrated from the factory. The monitor features an adjustable internal look-up table with which users are able to tune it more accurately if necessary.
Alongside the UltraSharp 27 4K Monitor currently being marketed mostly towards video editors, Dell also announced two InfinityEdge displays targeted at consumers. One display is a 27-inch 4K (sans HDR) and the other is a25-inchh display.
The OEM also revealed a Precision 5720 workstation PC for digital content creators. Dell presented the Dell canvas on a 27-inch touchstone device that is supposed to take on Wacom’s devices.
The latest HDR display is going to be available May 23rd on Dell.com in the United States and will cost $1,999.99. The other two devices are going to hit retail sometime around mid-July.
Dell is not alone in the HDR Professional display market, as LG and Asus have both announced UHD HDR displays recently. Despite their announcements, Dell’s presence in the enterprise market is substantial.
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