Dell G3223Q is a brand new monitor that is designed with 4K 144hz gaming in mind. The launch date for this monitor is set for the end of this March, but you should that the price tag is not that budget-friendly as it will easily go over $1000 for the United States.
The Dell G3223Q is a brand new gaming monitor that is stacked full of features that will improve gaming for those capable of running high framerates at 4K UHD resolutions. This monitor packs a 32-inch LED-backlit Fast IPS screen, 4K UltraHD 3840 x 2160 maximum resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, flat screen, 600 nits maximum screen brightness, 1000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 1ms GtG minimum response time, 95% DCI-P3 and 99% sRGB wide color gamut, anti-glare coating, USB 3.2 Gen1 hub, two HDMI ports, and one DisplayPort input.
Another cool thing about the monitor is the VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification which should offer excellent picture quality and Delta E <2 factory pre-calibration performance.
The monitor maximum refresh rate is 144hz and the Adaptive Sync technology designed for variable refresh rate is AMD FreeSync Premium Pro certified. Also, the monitor supports NVIDIA G-Sync technology as well. The monitor's HDMI 2.1 ports lets users enjoy 4K 120hz gaming for the latest video game consoles. Note that for the HDMI 2.1 certification to be confirmed we need to wait for the proper monitor launch to see if the 4K @120hz gaming support is 100% or it has been only adapted and tinkered with with users getting instead lower picture quality and washed out colors. If you are a console gamer, then you should wait for the monitor's official launch to learn more about its performance when paired with such devices.
The Dell G3223Q gaming is listed on Dell Australia's website as available starting from the 30th of March and a $1499 AUD price tag. We will post an updated article when the monitor is launched worldwide.
Source: Dell Australia