At this time, Full HD 1080p resolutions are still considered to be the standard, meaning that monitors typically support resolutions of 1920×1080, but with 4K UHD displays starting to enter the market, we wouldn’t be surprised if further down the road it becomes the new standard. While most of us don’t have use for 4K right now, there are some out there who do and it looks like Dell might have a 24” 4K monitor that they are planning on announcing soon. This is according to Dell’s website where a recent listing for a 24” 4K 3840×2160 monitor was sighted.
Unfortunately there is no word on when this particular model will see a release, or how much it will cost, but presumably it will be announced soon thanks to its listing. 4K displays at the moment do not come cheap so we don’t expect Dell’s offering to be cheap either. According to the listing, we are looking at features such as 8ms response time (probably not ideal for hardcore gamers), 185 pixels per inch, antiglare coating, a contrast ratio of 1000:1, brightness of 350cd/m2, and a 178-degree viewing angle (both horizontal and vertical).
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