we know the lure of 4K display is hard to resist, but still some managed to overcome that addiction for eye-watering resolution display simply because of size. yes. size. do we need a 40-inch monitor that’s literally going to be in our face. perhaps not, and that’s why there is the DELL UltraSharp 24 Ultra HD Monitor (UP2414Q) for those who demands pixel perfect details but in a modestly sized package. the UP2414Q still inherits the same resolution, which is 3,840 by 2,160 pixels, as its larger sibling but has an notable increase in pixel density at 183.58 ppi versus the 137.6 ppi on the 32-inch model. other highlights include DELL’s PremierColor that offers 99% AdobeRGB and 100% sRGB color coverage, a ultra wide 178°/178° viewing angle, precise factory calibration to a Delta-E<2, 1.07 billion colors, supports custom color palette, and comes equipped with a slew of interfaces including HDMI, DisplayPort, mini-DisplayPort, four USB 3.0 ports, and a 6-in-1 media card reader.
the monitor is, of course, adjustable in height, tilt-able, as well as swivel-able for customizing the physical display to the viewing position most comfortable to you. and for the tree-huggers out there, you’d be glad that the UltraSharp 24 Ultra HD Monitor conforms to the latest regulatory and environmental standards such as the ENERGY STAR, EPEAT Gold, and TCO. along with the 24-inch model, which has a $1,399 sticker, DELL is also offering a 32-inch version (UP3214Q) going at a cool $3,499. a 28-inch model (P2815Q) will also be available in early 2014, but for that, the price is yet to be announced. another at the 32-inch model after the break.