If you’re going to be stuck at home, well, you might as well be editing your images on an eye-popping display. Meet the UltraSharp Curved 4K WUHD, which maker Dell is calling the “world’s first” 40-inch ultrawide curved monitor.
With a resolution of 5,120 x 2,160 pixels (and a pixel density of 140 PPI), we’re talking significantly more screen real estate than your average 16:9 aspect 32-inch 4K monitor, while at the same time offering a wider field of view on account of the curvature. For photographers, the main selling point is the “true-to-life color” afforded by the monitor’s 1.07 billion colors, which covers 98% of the DCI-P3 color gamut and 100% of the Adobe sRGB color space.
As well as a pair of 9-watt speakers, the monitor has an impressive array of connections around the back: a DisplayPort, two HDMI 2.0 ports, a Thunderbolt 3 port (supporting 90W power charging), four USB-A ports, a USB upstream port, a USB-C downstream port, a USB Type-C 10Gbps port, an ethernet port, and an audio line-out.
Available at the end of January, the monitor is priced at $2,100.
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