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Dell Launches New PremierColor UltraSharp UP2720Q With 4K Resolution and Built-in Colorimeter

Dell has announced that they are releasing a brand new 4K UltraSharp monitor from the PremierColor series. A new monitor that is designed for photographers, graphic designers and others that are working with colors.

Size
27"
Panel
IPS
Refresh Rate
60 Hz
Min Response Time
6 ms
HDR
HDR
Screen Aspect Ratio
16:9
Screen Resolution
3840 x 2160

This model comes with a built-in colorimeter that allows users to calibrate their models even further. As you know, the Dell PremierColor monitors are already being shipped with fantastic color calibration right out-of-the-bot, so you don't even need to tinker with its settings. However, for those that want to get even more out of these types of devices, then they can use the colorimeter and further improve the color accuracy and details.

The Dell PremierColor UltraSharp UP2720Q also comes with Thunderbolt 3 support. The Thunderbolt 3 is the fastest "usb-C" port, as it is capable of transferring data up to 40Gbps, while the normal USB-C ports are "only" allowing a transfer of 10Gbps. Also, after buying this model you will also get a light shielding hood to help with reducing glare from any light source you might have in your office/ room.

The UP2720Q PremierColor by Dell offers 10-bit IPS 4K panel, but it comes without HDR support, so this model is only SDR with a default 250 nits brightness. Also, it offers 6ms Gray2Gray response time, 1300:1 contrast ratio, 100% Adobe RGB color gamut, 98% DCI-P3, 80% BT.2020, support for two color gamut displays when using Picture-by-Picture (PbP) function, and a wide viewing angle with 178°/178° value.

The main cool thing about this monitor is that is comes with the integrated colorimeter with support for CalMAN sofware, a feature that will allow you to set and use the best color accuracy possible. All the monitors that are used by graphic designers and photographers need to be calibrated pretty often, and the built-in colorimeter will make such task easier to complete.

If you get this monitor you will be able to use a DisplayPort 1.4 input, 2x HDMI 2.0 ports, Audio Line-Out, Thunderbolt 3 downstream port, and a Thunderbolt 3 upstream connector. The design used for this model is standard and its stand allows for height adjustment, tilt, pivot and swivel, too. The monitor hasn't been launched yet, but it should be available starting from the first month of 2020. The starting price is set at $2000.

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