Dell recently launched a 32” 4K monitor, but they also have a 24” version coming, according to a leaked Dell produce page. The UP2414Q packs four times Full HD with 3840x2160 pixels. It can reproduce sRGB and AdobeRGB.
Update: The monitor has now been officially confirmed together with a new 28" 4K monitor for under $1000.
Dell 24-inch 4K UP2414Q
4K PC monitors are rolling out from most manufacturers, and Dell intends to offer more than one. Dell's current 32” UP3214Q is not exactly affordable, so we hope that the smaller UP2414Q will be cheaper.
Dell’s new 24-inch 4K monitor is called UP2414Q
The panel inside UP2414Q has 3840x2160 pixels in the 16:9 aspect ratio, which means that has a pixel density 184 ppi - quite impressive for a PC monitor. After years of stagnation in PC monitor innovation it seems that something is finally happening. Besides the resolution, UP2414Q boasts 10-bit color support, 178/178 viewing angles, as well as 99% AdobeRGB and 100 % sRGB coverage. It is factory calibrated with a promised color delta under 2. It is presumably an IPS panel, but there is no mention of the panel type on Dell’s leaked page.
The 4K monitor has a silver / black design with an ergonomic stand that lets you adjust height, tilt and swivel. It can be connected to a PC via HDMI, DisplayPort, and mini-DisplayPort. In addition, it offers four USB 3.0 ports and a 6-in-1 card reader. You need to connect it to a PC via DisplayPort for full [email protected] resolution.
Dell’s leaked product page offers no indication of price or launch date, so we will have to wait a bit longer to find out.