32 inches or even 34 inches isn't impressive enough for you? The successor to the P4317Q model comes with a modern alternative with a 42.5-inch panel
Announcements on the occasion of the Great CES Exhibition of 2020 are beginning to flow, even though the official opening of the exhibition gates is only in a few days - and first of all, it is Dell (Dell) that indulges us, among other things, with updated displays.
The new UltraSharp U4320Q screen is the replacement for the 4317 P2016Q model, which was one of the first to offer a panel 4k Of 42.5 inches. In the fresh model, you'll find the same massive display size based on IPS with 5-millisecond GtG (Gray-to-Gray) response times, 3,840 × 2,160 pixels at a standard 60 Hz refresh rate, average 1,000: 1 contrast ratio, Average brightness of 350 nit and 96 percent coverage of the sRGB standard.
Beyond cutting response times, the new model's significant improvement over its older predecessor is probably its improved ergonomic capabilities, which allow it to adjust the display panel height along a 60-millimeter axis, as well as adjust the tilt in the horizontal and vertical axes - compared to a limited option to adjust horizontal tilt only -P4317Q.
The U4320Q includes the ability to work with up to four computers at once (in-picture or image-by-picture settings) thanks to the DisplayPort 1.4 inputs and HDMI 2.0 inputs - and there's also a headphone port, three USB 3.1 Type-A ports, and a USB Type-C port One with video transfer support and power transfer of up to 90 watts at the same time with DisplayPort Alternate Mode and USB Power Delivery standards, respectively, so that external monitors or computers can be connected Mobile With one cable.
The UltraSharp U4320Q screen will be available for purchase in several countries around the world beginning this month, with a $ 1,050 price tag (excluding tax) for the US audience - which will make it more difficult to compete with other dimensions and similar IPS screens available in the country at prices of Under NIS 3,000.