The 31.5-inch IPS panel makes use of what Dell phrases “IPS Black” expertise. That’s marketing-speak for “we managed to get IPS blacks to look black, and never darkish grey.” Dell says it has a 2000:1 distinction ratio, a 4K decision at 60Hz, 98% DCI-P3 protection, and HDR400.
The most recent UltraSharp additionally has a 4K webcam. Powered by a Sony STARVIS CMOS sensor, it guarantees 4K at 30fps, or 1080p at 60fps.
Different options packed within the monitor embrace AI framing, the place the digicam retains you within the middle of the body as you progress, and digital overlap HDR that recovers shadow element.
You too can use it to robotically log in to your laptop, utilizing presence detection. Lastly, there’s a nifty computerized privateness shutter, which solely opens when it detects an open video conferencing app.
That webcam is probably going higher than the one Apple put into the Studio Show. Some opinions are already out, and Tech Radar says the webcam is snappy. Autofocus is quick, HDR is nice, and noise discount works nicely. They do point out some setup points, which we’re certain Dell will iron out rapidly.
Dell additionally put KVM performance into this monitor. Meaning you possibly can join to 2 PCs, and management each from the identical monitor.
Ports embrace USB-C with 90W energy supply, Ethernet, 4 USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, and a 3.5mm for headphones. It’s additionally bought HDMI and DisplayPort 1.4 inputs, and one DisplayPort output for daisy-chaining displays.
And sure, Dell has put it on an adjustable stand, with peak, swivel, and tilt. If you would like one, Dell appears to be the one vendor for the $1,599 UltraSharp U3223QZ at present.