Dell UP2720Q monitor comes in 4K resolution, and according to the company, it will be the first model of this size and resolution to come with an integrated colorimeter.
For those who don’t know, the colorimeter is a tool used to calibrate the monitor. This means that users can quickly and easily configure their monitor whenever they want or need it. Dell also points out that this will help with efficiency because the colorimeter helps keep the constant from entering the exit.
Other features of the monitor include the implementation of the Thunderbolt 3 connection for faster data transfer, and the connection of laptops that can be charged into the monitor.
Dell UP2720Q is not cheap and will retail for $2000, with the market expected on January 15, 2020.
Dell UP2720Q 27-inch 4K Monitor Specs
- 27-inch 4K (3840 x 2160) true 10-bit IPS panel’
- 100% Adobe RGB, 98% DCI-P3 and 80% BT2020 coverage
- High pixel density of 163ppi
- Thunderbolt 3 connectivity
- Built-in colorimeter
- 1300:1 contrast ratio
- 8ms response time
- 250 cd/m2 brightness
- 178-degree viewing angles
- Picture-By-Picture feature
- CalMAN color calibration software compatability
- Availability: Jan 2020
- Connectivity: HDMI (2 x 2.0a) ; USB-C (out) 1 ; USB-C (in) 1 ; USB Type-A (out) 4 x USB 3 (1 x BC 1.2) ;
- Price: $1,999