More than a year after being unveiled for the first time, the new and unique UP3017Q (for now) is finally available for real purchase, even at a lower price than declared
One of the highlights of the 2016 CES show (remember?), At least from the hardware enthusiasts' point of view, came as part of the Dell booth - Where the UP3017Q screen was displayed As the world's first desktop-based desktop product OLED, Similar to the most advanced premium TVs and similar to advanced smartphones, for providing almost endless contrast, bright and vibrant colors (even if not necessarily accurate) and very fast response times.
The advanced screen was presented at the time as an official and finished product with a particularly massive price tag of $ 5,000, but in practice its availability was almost non-existent, which associated with reports of difficulty in producing enough proper panels to meet Dell's stated requirements and definitions. Now, it seems that the situation is finally changing, the amount of panels available for the American manufacturer is normal - andThe UP3017Q is officially available for purchase in Uncle Sam's country, And with a lower price tag than last year, which stands at $ 3,500 "only". Hey, at least It's cheaper than their 8K screen.
The first OLED screen offers a diagonal size of 30-inch with resolution 4k Handsome 3,840 × 2,160 pixels (for a pixel density of 147ppi), a refresh rate of 60 Hz which in contrast to the earlier declarations of a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, a response time of only 0.1 milliseconds and a practical contrast of 1,000,000: 1 thanks to minimal zero brightness and fairly standard maximum brightness Of 300 no.
The UP3017Q supports color display at 10 bit depth, with 100 coverage of the sRGB standard and 97.5 coverage of the DCI-P3 professional Video, Has an ergonomic position that allows pivot rotation, 25 tilt and height adjustment, and includes one mini DisplayPort 1.2 connection, one full-size HDMI 2.0 connection, and one USB Type-C connection that supports transfer Video And energy between the display and the computer system at the same time. The screen does not have a built-in audio solution and generally provides a fairly modest peripheral look and characteristics, with the goal here being to provide a model for the display technology itself, without too much unnecessary hud and dither.
Like the first 8K screen we've met, even in this case it is likely that the product itself will be relevant only to a very minimal amount of users who can afford the new pleasure, but its very arrival to the market is a first and important step that should break the dam and give us more and more similar applications (Screens and screens for tablets and computers Mobile Based on OLED technology), which will allow prices to drop to a slightly more reasonable level and upgrade in capabilities and characteristics accordingly - and this will be a definitely refreshing line after many years in which we have become accustomed toIPS And TN.