Dell 4K Display Launch Happening this 23rd of January – Cheapest 4K so far!

Rafia Shaikh
Posted Jan 18, 2014
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After the blasting release of Dell 4k Display at Consumer Electronics Trade Show (CES) 2014, seems like the P2815Q is ready to be shipped and going on sale globally! According to a Chinese source, Dell 4K display, priced at $699, is ready to go on sale 23rd of January, just as Dell had promised at CES. Dell 4K Display Launch

Dell 4k display launch date and specs:

The Chinese site, Chiphell claims that officials from Dell are in negotiations with those in China indicating that the promise of global Dell 4k display launch is indeed in works. Here are the specs as shared by the Chinese site:

  • 28 inch screen – just like Dell had shared at CES
  • 5ms gray response time – faster than normal IPS. Comparatively, UP3214Q has a gray response of 8ms)
  • DP1.2 Interface
  • HDMI 1.4 – supports 3840 x 2160
  • 30Hz refresh rate
  • Ultra-clear 4K output | 60Hz 1080p HD
  • Mini DP interfaces as well as USB 3.0 outputDell 4K Display Launch

Featuring the 4K resolution of 3840-by–2160, Dell 4k display launch is set to happen on January 23, 2014. The Dell 4K P2815Q is one of the cheapest 4K monitors offered as yet. You can read more about our coverage of Dell 4K display launch at CES 2014 from this link >> CES 2014: 28″ Dell 4K Display P2815Q Launches Today Only for $699 US

Dell hasn’t officially yet released the specifications but promised to offer multiple inputs, full height, tilt and pivot abilities, and the same screen performance as being offered by Dell’s high end 4K models. Dell is also offering same guarantee with its Dell 4K display P2815Q. dell 4k p2815q display

While everything else looks swell, 30Hz refresh rate might not be at par for most gaming activities and other video requirements. Dell is offering a better refresh rate, double actually at 60Hz, for its more expensive options. However, if you are getting a 4K display for half the price, we might just say “thank you”? But not when the reason you are getting a 4K monitor is gaming!

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