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Dell unveiled a budget 28-inch 4K-monitor
CES | Dell unveiled a budget 28-inch 4K-monitor
Dell has announced at the International Consumer Electronics Show CES-2014 a new 28-inch Dell P2815Q. Special feature is that the display supports a resolution of 3850 x 2160 pixels (Ultra HD), while the cost will be just $ 700 when it goes on sale later this month. If we consider that prices for displays of this type at least twice as high as the proposal from Dell looks very tempting.
New Dell P2815Q equipped ports HDMI, DisplayPort, mini-DisplayPort, and four USB 3.0. In addition, the monitor has a built-in multi-card reader 6-in-1. According to the company, this budget 4K-monitor is designed to provide the same level of quality and performance, as well as their model line UltraSharp, but at a much lower price.
At CES introduced several cost 4K-monitors. Cover all of them does not make sense, just point out that companies Lenovo and Asus launched models cost $ 799. However, the novelty of the Dell became the most affordable model, as will be offered in retail at a price of $ 699.
In the U.S., Dell P2815Q monitor will go on sale January 23.
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