Dell’s new $699 4k monitor is a gorgeous 4k display for small business users, Indie photographers and home users looking for a large 4k display that won’t break the bank.
New for CES 2014, the Dell P2815Q is a 28-inch 4k display with a matte finish and the best price we saw for a new 4k display at CES 2014.
While most of the professional 4k monitors carry a price tag above $3,000 Dell is able to cut some corners on color calibration that indie users, small business users and home users that just want a big and beautiful display won’t need or miss.
Dell suggests users who can’t afford to make a $3,000 mistake with the color of a project buy the more expensive UltraSharp 32, but other users who are able to use a display without factory calibrated color setup can go for this cheaper monitor.
In the video above we get a closer look at the $699 4k Dell monitor compared to the UltraSharp 32. It’s hard to see just how good this display looks on your monitor as the video is not in 4k and your monitor is not likely 4k.
From an input standpoint the monitor supports DisplayLink, Mini DisplayLink and HDMI as well as offering a 3-port USB hub.
The $699 Dell 4k display arrives later this month from Dell, and if current promotions are any indicator we could see this display on sale with coupons or bundles for $500-$600 by the middle of the year.