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Dell announces its first UltraSharp 27-inch 4K HDR10 Monitor for Creative Professionals

Dell announced its first UltraSharp 27-inch 4K HDR Monitor at the National Association of Broadcasters conference. Recently with the emerging utilization of technology, many well known established companies like Sony, Samsung, and Panasonic have been the primary paramount of HDR10 technology development.

At the NAB 2017, Dell also took a step towards joining the league with its first HDR10 compliant monitor. The new UHD monitors from Dell adds some excellent features incorporating its 10-bit UHD display, a peak brightness of 1,000 nits and HDR capabilities for creative Professionals with UHD Premium Alliance Certification.

The 27-inch UltraSharp 4K HDR10 monitor is particularly transformed for prompt professionals narrowing in visual effects, filmmaking, post-production, broadcast, and highly skill full photography. HDR is said to be at the best standard of where technology now is.

A bulk variety of colors is part of what makes HDR so competitive for other companies, and the company’s asserted ability to cross 79.6 adherence to Rec2020 insinuates this monitor should be having a tremendous greater range of colors than even many HDR TVs, to say nothing of the few rival HDR monitors currently available.

Furthermore, the unit vaunts 100% Adobe RGB and sRGB exploration together with 100% REC 709, 97.7% DCI-P3 and 76.9% REC2020. Dell also claims that the UP2718Q manufactures the intense blacks and strong, eye-catching whites whereas the REC2020 color survey makes it an unmatchable choice for the people who edit videos and are accomplishing on color-critical post production. Dell promotes this as “unparalleled color performance,” and to be able to make that promise successful, each monitor is individually factory calibrated, users can store their own calibration setting into an internal Look-Up table using Dell’s UltraSharp Calibration software.

The display boasts the ability for the monitor to create incredibly realistic images. HDR is a beast definitely which promises better, richer pixels that bring better contrast, brightness, and vibrant color. The UP2718Q monitor is also factory calibrated, it also gives the users advantage of customizing the color parameters utilizing the custom color mode.

Dell has been working tirelessly to bring leading features for you in the market which includes the elevated color parameters onto the inner Look-Up Table with the help of Dell UltraSharp Calibration software with the choice of the colorimeter.

The people who are obsessed with viewing and editing, HDR10 content might search the UP2718Q to be the ultimate companion for this task. Together with the great HDR functionality, broad color spectrum and UHD resolution, The company’s HDR10-compliant has all the features which make it comparatively a little cheaper.

This model named as UP2718Q will be brought to you in the month of May 2017 with the selling price of $1,999.99. At NAB 2017 Dell is also accompanying the two recent and modern UltraSharp monitors named as the Dell UltraSharp 27 4K (U2718Q)and Dell UltraSharp 25 (U2518D) with InfinityEdge displays.

Both monitors recommend an outstanding viewing experience and optimized eye comfort that comes along with a flicker-free screen featuring ComfortView. Though they tend to lack the HDR10-compliance and most great features of their HDR sibling but in return, they are brought to you with reasonable and affordable prices. Both models should be available mid-July 2017 for $699.99 and $499.99 respectively.

You can learn more by visiting the official Dell website for further details and more product-related knowledge.

Source: Dell

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