Dell Lists First 4K Monitors with LG’s “IPS Black” Tech for Improved Contrast Ratios

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LG revealed its “IPS Black” technology at CES last month, a new high-end, premium LCD technology that could enable 35 percent deeper blacks than traditional IPS displays. Dell has now listed two of the world’s first IPS Black monitors, the UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C Hub Monitor (U2723QE) and UltraSharp 32 4K USB-C Hub Monitor (U3223QE), which cost $779.99 and $1,149.99, respectively. Both of these displays feature a contrast ratio of 2000:1, an improvement over the 1000:1 that’s typically seen in IPS displays.

[CES2022] 09. IPS Black (LG)

  • LG Display presents IPS Black, its high-end and premium LCD technology for IT professionals, at CES 2022. IPS Black has 35% deeper blacks than existing IPS products, doubles the contrast ratio.
  • IPS Black is an advanced IPS technology that has been certified for excellence in contrast ratio, viewing angle, and low blue light emissions in October, 2021 by TUV Rheinland, a German certification provider.
  • As verified as emitting “low blue light,” so IPS Black provides images easy on the eyes, making it suitable for long-term work. Its borderless design on all sides of the display further maximizes the detailed expression and efficient collaboration of experts.

Dell UltraSharp 4K Monitors Debut IPS Black Tech to Boost Contrast (Tom’s Hardware)

  • These 3840 x 2160 pixel panels also feature a max brightness of 400 nits. In terms of color coverage, they support 100% of the Rec 709 and sRGB color gamuts, and 98% of the DCI-P3 color gamut.
  • As per the monitor names, they feature USB connectivity. This is an extensive implementation; using USB Type-C for display data, power delivery, and computer data is possible.
  • Rounding off these anti-glare coated UltraSharp offerings, users get a fully adjustable stand that allows adjustments to height, pivot (rotation), swivel, tilt.
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