Dell's 5K First Ever Monitor Now Under $2,000

Who doesn’t’ enjoy a pristine picture in a monitor?  If you love using monitors that have a retina-like picture, or if you are in the market for a new monitor of ultra high resolution you can celebrate the upcoming launch of Dell’s 5K monitor. This monitor boasts a 27-inch size screen.

When will the Dell 5K be in the market? According to rumors, it will be mid December 2014 before Dell fans can claim this beautiful computer equipment.

What makes this monitor unique? The Dell UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD is the first of its kind in the monitor history of the world offering a stunning 5120 x 2880 resolution. This resolution is 4 times higher than that of QHD and  7 times higher than that of Full HD.

Here are some the Dell 5K specs that make its picture super crisp:

  • Brigthness: 350 cd/m2
  • Static contrast ratio: 1000:1
  • Gray-gray freshness: 8 ms
  • Glass Design: anti-reflective
  • Pixel Density: 218 ppi.
  • Color panel: 10 bit  (1.074 billion colors)
  • Speakers: 16W integrated Harmon Kardon
  • Ports: 6 USB and one media card reader

Price Drops Under $2,000!

Dell has dropped the price of its  5K monitor from the initially estimated $2,499 to under $2,000. This is great news, and if you are wondering why Dell offers this huge discount, look for the answer at Apple’s Retina 5K iMac.  Competition has its merits for the consumer.  It’s a 5K monitor price war that goes on.

Dell’s vice chairman expressed his enthusiasm about the company’s progress in the display business. “This is the first monitor to have 15 million pixels”.

Dell recently presented its plans for the future regarding productivity in the workplace. The company’s vision includes 5K Ultra HD monitors and the “smart desks”—desks with touch functionality. In a market where competition is fierce, Dell knows very well that they need to create bring new concepts on the table of workplace productivity in order to remain competitive.

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