Dell Unveils 28-Inch 4K Monitor That Will Cost $700 [CES 2014]

Dell Unveils 28-Inch 4K Monitor That Will Cost $700 [CES 2014]

Dell Unveils 28-Inch 4K Monitor That Will Cost $700 [CES 2014]With the tech giants showing of their products featuring displays with 4K resolution, the companies like Dell seems not to wait anymore to unveil their product featuring the same at CES 2014. Dell today unveiled a new 4K monitor, the Dell P2815Q at the International Consumer Electronic Show 2014. The Dell P2815Q monitor comes with  a 28-inch Ultra HD display with a resolution of 3,850 x 2,160 pixels, and will go on retail worldwide later this month. Other than 28-inch 4K display, the Dell P2815Q monitor features  an HDMI port, DisplayPort, mini-DisplayPort and four USB 3.0 ports as well as a 6-in-1 media card reader.

The Dell P2815Q monitor will provide same screen performance and most of the features as their UltraSharp model which released back in December. Not only that, the Dell P2815Q will ship at a lower cost compared to its other UltraSharp models at a price of just $699. Since, the competitors like Lenovo and Asus had also launched the 4K monitor at CES this week at a price of $799, it seems obvious to keep the price low. The Dell P2815Q 4K monitor will be available in the U.S from the 23rd of January. Stay tuned for more updates.

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