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Dell 4K UP2414Q sells for $1399, <$1000 28" coming

03 Dec 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Details about Dell’s new 24” 4K UP2414Q leaked yesterday, and Dell has now officially announced the monitor. It sells for $1,399. Dell also has a 28“ 4K monitor - called P2814Q - coming out in “early 2014” for under $1,000.

Dell’s three new 4K monitors

Dell has officially announced three 4K monitors. The 32” UP2314Q is available now in the US for $3,499 and the 24” UP2414Q is also available through Dell’s online store in the US.

Dell P2814Q
Dell’s 28” 4K monitor is coming in early 2014


The 32 and 24” monitors both have a 3840x2160 pixel resolution as well as sRGB and AdobeRGB coverage. Both come factory-calibrated and both offer HDMI, DisplayPort, and mini-DisplayPort inputs. The main difference, besides size, is that the 32” version has an IGZO-based LCD panel.

Dell has also teased a new 28” 4K monitor (called P2814Q) that will arrive in “early 2014”. Curiously, it will be cheaper than the 24” version. Dell says that we can expect it to sell for under $1,000.

Dell UP2414Q and UP3214Q are now available from www.dell.com. 24” UP2414Q will come to other regions on December 16th.

- Source: Dell via Engadget



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