Dell introduced as we speak that it’s refreshing its lineup of UltraSharp screens—a part of the lineup, anyway—with new fashions arriving now and extra trickling out by way of December.

Probably the most mainstream of the massive new introductions might be the UltraSharp 24 USB-C Hub Monitor (U2421E), which is obtainable to order beginning as we speak at $449.99. Because the title suggests, it is meant to double as a hub, so it will possibly ship as much as 90W of energy to your related laptop computer, and it will possibly daisy-chain with as much as two further screens.

Notably, the U2421E has a 16:10 facet ratio versus the standard 16:9 for lots of screens like this. The decision is 1,920×1,200, and the refresh price is 60Hz. Dell claims 99 p.c sRGB protection, a most brightness of 350 cd/m2, and a 1,000:1 typical distinction ratio. Ports embrace DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 1.4, USB-C, and USB.

Reduce from an analogous material is the UltraSharp 34 USB-C Hub Monitor (U3431WE). It presents typically related hub performance, specs, and ports (however with HDMI 2.0, fortunately) in an ultrawide, 3,440×1,440 decision and curved show. This one will not be out there till December 1, and it will retail at $1,199.99.

Lastly, the 32-inch UP3221Q is geared toward content-creation professionals, and it competes immediately with the equally priced Professional Show XDR from Apple, together with a really small cadre of comparable screens serving that very same crowd. It is a 4K, 60Hz monitor that claims 98.8-percent DCI-P3 colour house protection and a most HDR brightness of 1,000 cd/m2. SDR most brightness is simply 350 cd/m2, although, in fact. It has a 16:9 facet ratio and options one DisplayPort 1.4, two HDMI 2.0, and two Thunderbolt 3 (one upstream, one downstream), in addition to USB and a colorimeter port.

What actually makes the UP3221Q stand out, although, is its use of mini-LED direct backlit dimming zones. The result’s a claimed typical distinction ratio of ostensibly 1,000,000:1 in HDR in addition to a still-good-but-more-normal 1,300:1 in SDR. It goes on sale this November 5 for $4,999.99.

Dell additionally launched up to date fashions in its P-series workplace productiveness monitor lineup, together with the P2721Q (4K, 60Hz, 27 inches), P3221D (QHD, 31.5 inches), and P3421W (ultrawide WQHD, 34 inches).

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