CES 2020 | Dell's 2020 UltraSharp monitors have USB type-C inputs, PBP and high color accuracy
Dell's latest additions to its enterprise-grade monitor line all benefit from USB type-C connectivity this year. Its largest variant, the UltraSharp 43 4K (or U4320Q), also has a panel that can display output from up to 4 devices, a feature that has 5 different pre-set permutations. The OEM also asserts that it is the world’s first height-adjustable 4K monitor in its size class.
The UltraSharp 27 4K and UltraSharp 25 do not have PBP; however, they do share Dell's Infinity Edge bezel with the 43-inch model for enhanced multi-monitor arrangements. The latter can also be daisy-chained from a single output. Setting them up should be easy, too, thanks to their type-C nature and own USB ports, which are located on the sides of these monitors for ease of access. Each new UltraSharp variant also has at least 1 HDMI port, 2 DisplayPorts, an audio line-out and a stand lock.
The UltraSharp 25 (or U2520D) has the only QHD panel in this 2020 commercial monitor series. However, it also has 99% of the sRGB gamut, as well as 99% Rec 709 and 95% of the DCI-P3 color space out of the box. The UltraSharp 27 (or U2720Q) shares this calibration, whereas the U4320Q has 96% sRGB. This range will become available from January 30, 2020. It starts at US$479.99 for the 25-inch model, whereas the 27-inch variant is priced at $709.99. Finally, the 43-inch new flagship will go for $1,049.99.
Dell Press Release