The Dell UltraSharp U3224KB is coming soon, and it looks like it will give Apple’s 6K flagship a run for its money. 6K isn’t new, and we know that it has been in the works for monitor brands ever since the Pro Display XDR came out. But what sets the Dell UltraSharp U3224KB apart from that monitor is its more attractive pricing, making it ideal for any productivity setup.
Dell UltraSharp U3224KB Tale of the Tape
The Dell UltraSharp U3224KB uses a 32-inch IPS Black panel with a jaw-dropping 6144 x 3456 resolution and a unique 2000:1 contrast ratio. It’s a native 10-bit panel as well, so it’s capable of rich color reproduction, unlike some of the previous models. Dell says this model is HDR 600-certified and capable of 100% sRGB, 100% Rec. 709, and 99% DCI-P3.
Another interesting feature of this monitor is its integrated 4K webcam that’s mounted on the top bezel. It has an HDR CMOS censor which can shoot 4K 30FPS or 1080p 60FPS videos with ease. It has a 20-degree tilt range and adjustable field of view, so say goodbye to poor video quality in conference calls or remote collaboration.
The monitor also gets powerful 14-watt speakers and dedicated dual noise-cancellation microphones for clear audio. Its connectivity layout includes USB-C Thunderbolt 4 with 140 Watts of charging power, and it even has a pop-out hub at the bottom with USB-C and USB-A slots for quick access. You also get HDMI 2.1 with this model to handle its massive resolution.
The Dell UltraSharp U3224KB doesn’t have a fixed release date and price. However, the American firm has mentioned that it will have a more reasonable price point and a launch targeted for the 1st half of this year. Keep checking this page for the latest updates if you are interested in this soon-to-be Editor’s Choice winner.
About the Author: Paolo has been a gaming veteran since the golden days of Doom and Warcraft and has been building gaming systems for family, friends, and colleagues since junior high. High-performance monitors are one of his fixations; he believes that every citizen’s right to enjoy one. He has gone through several pieces of hardware in pursuit of every bit of performance gain, much to the dismay of his wallet. He now works with Monitornerds to scrutinize the latest gear to create reviews that accentuate the seldom explained aspects of a PC monitor.