Dell is starting off CES 2017 with a bang thanks to a new 27-inch monitor that it claims is among the thinnest “in the world”. Although it is isn’t quite a 4K display, this new model packs enough to punch to make you consider it (especially in comparison to LG’s 5K price tag). The QHD 2560 x 1440 resolution offers support for HD10 content which should bring solid returns on color reproduction. Additional specs include a 6ms response time and 99% sRGB coverage. Dell has yet to unveil final details on the number of inputs, etc.
MacBook Pro users will be glad to see that Dell has included a USB-C hub in the all-metal base. A single matching arm extends upwards to hold the InfinityEdge ultra-thin bezel display, making this one of the more attractive monitors that we’ve seen recently. Dell is set to sell the 27 UltraThin monitor for $700 in March. You’ll note that Dell does offer 4K monitors for less, but pale in comparison to the design of this new release.
Swing by our CES 2017 guide for more details on new releases.
400 nits brightness
1000:1 contrast ratio
6ms response time
99% sRGB coverage
178-degree viewing angle