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Dell 4K 40 Inch Curved Ultrawide 5k2k IPS Monitor - USB C PD, USB Hub & Ethernet Port £1145.70 @ Amazon

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Hey Gang

Came across this 5k2k monitor. There aren't too many of these on the market, and this appears to be the cheapest. A great companion for your laptops (especially MACs), providing you can power it. Please check.

Down by 25% at a total saving of: 381.90GBP.

For comparison, the other mainstream 5K2K ultra-wide is from LG and around 1448GBP at Overclockers UK.

0% 12months available via PayPal. I've ordered, will you?

Up to 25% off on some other monitors too, including 4k and budget 1080p options: deals.dell.com/en-…als

Display Type
  • LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrixEnergy Class
  • Class GEnergy Consumption per Year
  • 140.86 kWhDiagonal Size
  • 40"Viewable Size
  • 39.7"Curved Screen
  • Yes (2500R)Built-in Devices
  • KVM Switch, USB 3.2 Gen 2/USB-C hubPanel Type
  • IPSAspect Ratio
  • 21:9Native Resolution
  • WUHD 5120 x 2160 (DisplayPort: 60 Hz, HDMI: 30 Hz)Pixel Pitch
  • 0.1815 mmPixel Per Inch
  • 140Brightness
  • 300 cd/m²Contrast Ratio
  • 1000:1Colour Support
  • 1.07 billion coloursResponse Time
  • 8 ms (grey-to-grey normal); 5 ms (grey-to-grey fast)Vertical Refresh Rate
  • 24 - 86 HzHorizontal Refresh Rate
  • 27 - 133 kHzHorizontal Viewing Angle
  • 178°Vertical Viewing Angle
  • 178°Screen Coating
  • Anti-glare 3H hardnessBacklight Technology
  • LED backlightFeatures
  • 100% sRGB colour gamut, integrated cable management, Mercury free, Factory Calibration Report, 98% DCI-P3, Dell Easy Arrange, arsenic free, Picture-in-Picture, Picture-by-Picture, 3-sided bezelessDimensions (WxDxH)
  • 94.66 cm x 24.8 cm x 45.78 cm - with stand

  • 2 x HDMI (HDCP 2.2)
  • DisplayPort (DisplayPort 1.4 mode, HDCP 2.2)
  • Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C upstream (DisplayPort 1.4 mode / power up to 90W)
  • USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 downstream (power up to 15W)
  • USB upstream (Type B)
  • 3 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 downstream
  • USB 3.2 Gen 2 downstream with Battery Charging 1.2
  • Audio line-out
  • Network (RJ-45)
Cables Included
  • 1 x DisplayPort cable - DisplayPort to DisplayPort - 1.8 m
  • 1 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 upstream cable - USB Type A to B - 1.8 m
  • 1 x HDMI cable - 1.8 m
  • 1 x Thunderbolt 4 active cable - USB-C - 1.5 m
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  1. sbc001's avatar
    Alienware AW3821DW 37.5 Inch WQHD+ (3840x1600) 21:9 Curved Gaming Monitor, 144Hz, Fast IPS, 1ms, NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate better IMO and £100 cheaper on Amazon.
    rprp's avatar
    Smaller, lower resolution, aimed at a different market and use case, but other than that, totally comparable.
  2. andrew.bean's avatar
    Only 60hz at that price jeez
    fadsarmy's avatar
    It's not for gaming.
  3. ComingInHot's avatar
    Great monitor for a home office
  4. dahat's avatar
    I think 60hz is the standard for 5k monitors at the moment. You will need a displayport 2.0/1 connection and a graphics card that supports the dp 2 standard for anything above that. (edited)
    taras's avatar
    Its not non standard, but dp 1.4a can't support anything above 60hz at 5k/2k monitors, and so you'd need hdmi 2.2 / dp 2.1 to support higher than 60hz at that resulotion
  5. codebee's avatar
    I have this if anyone has any questions. Have been using it for about a year.
  6. Deal_HUNT3R's avatar
    Lol money
  7. sdaniaal's avatar
    Hell yeah 5k with 60hz! It's a non standard resolution so kinda interesting.

    I mainly harp on about monitors needing to be 144hz but that usually for gaming and 4k monitors have been around for AGES and rarely have a good deal for 144hz. This is atypical and I'm surprised it's 60hz (cause you'd need very high end hardware to run it at native resolution & 60 hz).

    Looks like a great monitor for video editing and watch vids, kinda makes me wonder if the unusual resolution was chosen with that in mind. Most resolutions above 4k are reserved for TVs and are way too pricey.
    rprp's avatar
    5k2k allows for full (UHD or DCI) 4k video preview with space for toolbars and controls, so video editing will definitely benefit.
  8. htslough's avatar
    I've been considering a quad monitor setup consisting of 4 x 27" QHD (2560x1440) monitors in a 2x2 format.
    I've specd it up including the desk mount and working out to around half this price for a total of 5120x2880.

    I'm not sure what the advantage of spending over £1K on this is, as it's not a gaming monitor and if you want to watch movies then a normal 4K TV is much cheaper.
    Katsuno_'s avatar
    I personally have a quad monitor setup but I found that having one of these gives a much cleaner set up (less plugs and wiring). I guess it's also more aesthetically pleasing, and less bezels. I still prefer the quad setup for trading and studying purposes though.
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