At the ongoing CES 2017, Dell took the wraps off the new UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K (UP3218K) monitor. It is said to offer four times the content of Ultra HD 4K resolution and sixteen times the content of Full HD monitors. The pricing starts at $4,999 (approximately Rs 3,39,899), and it will go on sale in the U.S. starting March 23rd.
In terms of the specifications, the monitors sports 31.5 inches Ultra HD 8K panel with 7680 x 4320 pixels resolution and 178-degree viewing angle. It also comes with the pixel density of 280 pixels per inch (PPI) for viewing most images in a proprietary format. The display further supports up to 10-point multitouch. Meaning, one can interact with the screen with as much as ten fingers simultaneously.
Furthermore, Dell UltraSharp 32 fits in an all-aluminium frame with tilt, pivot, swivel, height adjustability features. It sports very thin bezels on all four sides, measuring at 9.7mm. It delivers two DisplayPort 1.3, 4 USB 3.0 ports, an audio line-out.
The event also witnessed the launch of the Dell 27 Ultrathin (S2718D) monitor. As the name suggests, it offers a 27-inch Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) panel with almost no bezels. It embraces built-in USB Type-C connectivity for the stress-free cable management. It will also be available in the U.S. starting March 23 for $699.99 (Rs 47,580).
Dell also came up with Dell 24 Touch (P2418HT) monitor, featuring 23.8-inch Full HD display. The specifications are pretty much identical to the earlier offering. It will be available in the U.S. starting January 12 with the starting price of $399.99 (approximately Rs 27,190).