Dell UltraSharp 32 PremierColor UltraHD 8K Monitor : UP3218K was £5154.86 now £4114.56
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Dell UltraSharp 32 PremierColor UltraHD 8K Monitor : UP3218K was £5154.86 now £4114.56

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Found 25th Feb
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When you’re at the forefront of ingenuity, you get noticed. It’s no surprise the Dell UltraSharp 32 8Ki Monitor - UP3218K has received high praise and awards, including “Best Monitor” and “Best Pixels”.

An unparalleled visual experience

Unprecedented realism: The world’s first 31.5” 8K monitor with Dell PremierColor is designed to impress with accurate colours and smooth gradation to create images so realistic, you don’t see pixels.

Details shine: See the most detailed visuals ever on a 31.5” monitor. With an outstanding 33.2 million pixel resolution and a high pixel density of 280ppi, you’ll not miss a single detail.

See what you’ve been missing

When you compare this 8K monitor to other resolutions, there is no comparisoni. Four times more content than Ultra HD 4K. Sixteen times more content than Full HD.

Dell PremierColor: Exceptional for Colour Professionals

A broad, brilliant spectrum: Dell PremierColor offers wide colour coverage that meets major industry standards – 100% AdobeRGB, 100% sRGB, 100% Rec. 709, 98% DCI-P3 – for immaculate, unwavering colours.

Extraordinary colour depth: Enjoy a tremendous level of detail that only the depth of 1.07 billion colours (that’s 64 times more colour depth than standard monitors) could provide. Even in dark areas, you’ll see better colour gradation and precision in more shades.

Fine-tune with precision: Customise colour parameters to your preference using the Custom Colour mode, the SDKi or the optional X-rite iDisplay Pro colourimeteri.

Accurate colour, out of the box: Your monitor is calibrated on AdobeRGB and sRGB to an accuracy of Delta-E less than 2. An included factory calibration report gives you the confidence that colours will be impressively accurate right from the start.
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It's at half price... Since it's £4000 which is half of 8k.
I'll get my coat
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It's at half price... Since it's £4000 which is half of 8k.
I'll get my coat
Off to sell the house so I can grab myself one of these bad bois
Just "grabbed" three before they sell out. Great for sticking in the closet for prezzies. HEAT ADDED!
Was going to order 2 but they won’t fit on my dual monitor stand. Will have to pass.
Wonder what Windows looks like at standard scaling settings on this...
londonderry2 m ago

Just "grabbed" three before they sell out. Great for sticking in the …Just "grabbed" three before they sell out. Great for sticking in the closet for prezzies. HEAT ADDED!


Sure you did...
My first house well flat cost £4000
Insane price, but I guess that is to be expected for such a bleeding edge tech. Still for such a premium priced product and such a huge pixel density I find 32" small, heck I wouldn't call 32" exactly large for a 4K panel, for any benefit at all I think you would need to be talking 40"+, which apparently £4k doesn't buy you.

Sorry but has to be cold, as I'm sure the OP must have been expecting posting a four grand monitor....
What can I actually run in 8k as of now?
Bargain! I’ll just skip off and buy 5 with the cold weather payment from here hotukdeals.com/dea…981
Please tell me it's oled and not tn
ST31236 m ago

Insane price, but I guess that is to be expected for such a bleeding edge …Insane price, but I guess that is to be expected for such a bleeding edge tech. Still for such a premium priced product and such a huge pixel density I find 32" small, heck I wouldn't call 32" exactly large for a 4K panel, for any benefit at all I think you would need to be talking 40"+, which apparently £4k doesn't buy you.Sorry but has to be cold, as I'm sure the OP must have been expecting posting a four grand monitor....


Indeed.. Even with good eyesight you'd have to scale windows up to read any text comfortably.


And that price. I could build a really good system for less than half of the price this monitor costs. Which would include a monitor also.
Ordered
Can't wait to play minecraft on this
Bargain!
If you have never used an 8k monitor - you haven't lived. Your spreadsheets, documents and application windows just look like post-its on the fridge door - fantastic for integrating your work.

Even better if you have a friend with one. You get the pleasure, they get the bill.

Hopefully 4k & 8k monitors will be as ubiquitous [and nearly as cheap] as full-hd by 2020 & 2025 ...
Ashe7 h, 51 m ago

Wonder what Windows looks like at standard scaling settings on this...


i bought a Celestron CGE Pro 1400 telescope to go with this screen so i can use the real estate at normal (100%) scale factor... am i a genius or what
So this is why they never made the 5K 27"
Banned
I will buy one when it's 8k and 3D capable for £300.
These are surely for professional users for the likes of photoshop and 3D work etc where the more detail you can get is better and the more windows / palettes you can get on the screen the better.
I’ve no idea if this is hot or not, but there is no point commenting based on using this for a home PC for playing games or web browsing.
Cold - not 16K
ST312325th Feb

Insane price, but I guess that is to be expected for such a bleeding edge …Insane price, but I guess that is to be expected for such a bleeding edge tech. Still for such a premium priced product and such a huge pixel density I find 32" small, heck I wouldn't call 32" exactly large for a 4K panel, for any benefit at all I think you would need to be talking 40"+, which apparently £4k doesn't buy you.Sorry but has to be cold, as I'm sure the OP must have been expecting posting a four grand monitor....



My 15" 4k laptop is noticeably better than a 2k 15" laptop.
However; it's just 'luxury' for the most part and doesn't add significantly to productivity etc - I've also got 28", 40" and 43" 4k monitors - at the bigger size a higher pixel density would be nice - my ideal would be a 5k+ curved 50"+.

(None of the above have cost me much over £300, so unfortunately my dreams are unlikely to be reliased for a long time at a price point I'd find acceptable.)
Edited by: "_g_" 3rd Mar
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