Dell UP2715K 27-Inch 5K LCD Monitor (1000:1, 350 cd/m2, 5120 x 2880) - £763 @ buyitdirect eBay
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Dell UP2715K 27-Inch 5K LCD Monitor (1000:1, 350 cd/m2, 5120 x 2880) - £763 @ buyitdirect eBay

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Found 11th Nov 2016
Welcome to the amazing sharpness and clarity of a 5K monitor. The Dell UP2715K features an astoundingly vivid 5120 x 2880 (Ultra HD) resolution, a dramatic increase in screen clarity, with more than 14 million pixels - or four times the content of QHD resolution, seven times the content of Full HD displays and almost double the number of pixels in an Ultra HD 4K monitor. The result is a breakthrough visual experience that brings outstanding realism, depth and crispness to pictures and movies.

If you're a graphics or design professional in the entertainment, film, photography or engineering field, you'll immediately recognise the benefits of a 5K monitor with Dell PremierColour. Details this incredible allow you to view your work with a whole new level of insight. Right out of the box, Dell PremierColour delivers factory-tuned 99% AdobeRGB and 100% sRGB coverage, impressive grayscale tracking and a colour calibration factory report certifying that colours are true-to-life and accurate with an extremely small deltaE of less than 2.

Use the Custom Colour mode to change colour parameters to your exact needs. Tune and tweak onscreen colours by utilising a wide range of colour parameters such as RGBCMY saturation, RGBCMY hue, RGB gain and RGB offset. For even greater control and precision calibration, the UP2715K comes with a 12-bit user-accessible 3D LUT (look-up table), which is accessible via the Dell UltraSharp Colour Calibration Solution software when used with the optional X-rite iDisplay Pro colourimeter.

High-fidelity sound is provided by 2 down-firing Harmon Kardon speakers tuned to perfection, and rated at an impressive 32W (2 x 16W) to provide a beautiful soundscape.

Take in the fine, almost infinite, detail provided by the UP2715K in total comfort, thanks to its wide-ranging adjustability. The included stand enables tilt, swivel and height adjustments, along with pivot capability. To save desk space, you can wall mount the UP2715K in your choice of landscape or portrait orientation.

Connect seamlessly with Mac and Windows PCs, along with a wide range of digital peripherals. One high-current USB 3.0 port (found on the back of the monitor) supplies twice the power for charging and powering BC1.2 compatible USB devices. You also get one upstream USB 3.0 port and five downstream USB 3.0 ports, two DisplayPorts (for 5K support), a mini-DisplayPort (for 4K support) and a media card reader.

The Dell UP2715K meets the latest regulatory and environmental standards, including Energy Star, EPEAT Gold and TCO.

Box Contains
Dell Monitor
Monitor Stand
Power Cable
Cable Cover
2x DP-DP Cable
2 x mDP -DP Cable
1 x mDP -mDP Cable
USB 3.0 upstream Cable
User Documentation/Media

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10 Comments

£763 for a monitor?

lol, this will probably go even colder than the £2k tv offers seem to do.

:P

Original Poster

MeneerSmith

£763 for a monitor?lol, this will probably go even colder than the £2k tv … £763 for a monitor?lol, this will probably go even colder than the £2k tv offers seem to do.:P


well it's the cheapest 5k monitor available on the market at the moment, and some users are interested in having such high resolution, me included

Same argument applies to a £2k 65" curved tv with outstanding picture...they still go ice cold.

i could be wrong though.

Think it's kind of a fair price for the resolution, though surely such a resolution must be just the preserve of a few professionals (maybe 4K video editing where the extra space maybe useful). I really thought both TVs and monitors would stick at 4K for the foreseeable, how wrong I was....

ST3123

Think it's kind of a fair price for the resolution, though surely such a … Think it's kind of a fair price for the resolution, though surely such a resolution must be just the preserve of a few professionals (maybe 4K video editing where the extra space maybe useful). I really thought both TVs and monitors would stick at 4K for the foreseeable, how wrong I was....



With dp1.4 8k is doable or 4k with hdr .. And yes 4k hdr monitors are coming .

Good monitor (I bought one from Amazon earlier in the year for about the same price), if you get a good copy of it.

See my review at tftcentral.co.uk/for…374 (or on Amazon)

Original Poster

RueFondary

Good monitor (I bought one from Amazon earlier in the year for about the … Good monitor (I bought one from Amazon earlier in the year for about the same price), if you get a good copy of it.See my review at http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/forum/YaBB.pl?num=1457805374 (or on Amazon)


thanks for the review

MeneerSmith

£763 for a monitor?lol, this will probably go even colder than the £2k tv … £763 for a monitor?lol, this will probably go even colder than the £2k tv offers seem to do.:P



It's a good price for a very high spec monitor. It's a shame it is voted cold by people who can't understand why relatively low-volume high-spec equipment might cost more than high-volume pile-em-high sell-em-cheap items.

Spod

It's a good price for a very high spec monitor. It's a shame it is voted … It's a good price for a very high spec monitor. It's a shame it is voted cold by people who can't understand why relatively low-volume high-spec equipment might cost more than high-volume pile-em-high sell-em-cheap items.



Deals go hot or cold based on how popular they are. People seeing a £50 monitor will vote hot, seeing a £763 specialist monitor that requires some pretty specialised and very expensive hardware to get that 5k in 10bit might appeal to one person in a thousand...that crappy £50 monitor will appeal to the other nine hundred and ninety nine.

Am also not sure if people voted cold for the same reason I did, £763 was a lot more than the £731 that a quick search revealed. Was also £745.66 at TechnoCart, minus 10% if you had their voucher code. I might not understand why "relatively low-volume high-spec equipment might cost more than high-volume pile-em-high sell-em-cheap items" but I can understand that £731 always beats £763. :P

If people have found it cheaper why the **** don't they say so rather than just voting cold without saying? It's a really good monitor and if there's a better deal to be had, at least have the decency to say so!
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