Dell Announces 32-Inch UltraSharp 6K Monitor with IPS Black, DisplayPort 2.1, and Built-In HDR 4K Webcam

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Dell has announced the U3224KB, a 31.5-inch monitor that counts a 6K (6,144 x 3,456 px) resolution panel, built-in dual gain HDR 4K webcam, Thunderbolt 4, DisplayPort 2.1, and IPS Black as its chief highlights.

IPS Black is a technology that enables higher contrast and deeper blacks, and according to a recent study that Dell commissioned, users may expect 41% deeper black levels and up to 1.2x better color accuracy than conventional IPS panels, especially in displaying low grays.

Dell UltraSharp U3224KB Features

  • 31.5-inch monitor with 6K (6,144 x 3,456) resolution
  • IPS Black, contrast ratio of 2,000:1
  • 100% sRGB, 100% Rec. 709, 99% DCI-P3, 99% Display P3
  • VESA DisplayHDR 600
  • 4K dual gain webcam with AI auto-framing and SafeShutter
  • Built-in echo cancellation mics and dual 14-watt speakers
  • Tilt, pivot, swivel, and height adjustable

Dell UltraSharp U3224KB Ports and Slots

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“Fully compatible with both Windows and Mac operating systems, the Dell UltraSharp 32 6K Monitor (U3224KB) raises the bar with exceptional details, sharpness and color accuracy in stunning 6K resolution and VESA DisplayHDR 600 for detail-oriented professionals like graphic designers, engineers and data scientists where every pixel counts,” Dell explained.

“With 150% more pixels on 6K resolution compared to 4K, the new UltraSharp 32 6K Monitor brings extra details and additional clarity to your data sets and graphics.”

Other 6K monitors that are on the current market include the Pro Display XDR, Apple’s first 32-inch Retina 6K display ever, featuring up to 1,600 nits of brightness, a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, and superwide viewing angle.

The standard glass version of the Pro Display XDR costs $4,999, while the nano-texture glass version costs $5,999.

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Tsing Mui
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