One of the most frustrating, tedious aspects of designing products or graphics is getting the color directly on the screen. You may have the most expensive insanely detailed screen on the planet, and if it is not configured correctly, you will still be working with a handicap. Dell is trying to remove that handicap with UltraSharp UP3221Q.
In addition to a laundry list of features designed to appeal to creative professionals, the UP3221Q is the first monitor with a built-in colorimeter. It is a device that allows you to measure the light output on the monitor panel itself to ensure that the color you see is as close as possible to the corresponding color in real life. You can see it in the title image: It is the small stick that protrudes in front of the screen, which faces downwards when not in use. This colorimeter is provided in collaboration with Calman, industry standard calibration software provider.
The specifications are drooling. This 31.5-inch screen has 4K resolution, mini-LED backlight for even tones (2000 individual lighting zones), 10-bit color, DisplayHDR 1000 support, Thunderbolt 3 with display chain capacity and a fantastic brightness of 1000 rivets. In terms of accuracy, Dell claims to hit 98.3% of the DCI-P3 color range. And like many creator-focused monitors released in recent years, it includes a removable magnetic hood to block ambient light.
If all this sounds good, start saving your penny. The UltraSharp UP3221Q will cost $ 4,999.99 when it launches on November 5th.