Not all 4K televisions are monitors are priced way out of your price range and Dell proved that today with the launch of the 2415Q 4K Ultra HD monitor from only $599.

Available in both 34 inch and 27 inch versions, the new 4K monitor features a pixel resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and has more than 8 million pixels within the display itself.

The monitors will also have a wide color coverage of 99% sRGB making it perfect for viewing graphics with full colour for those within the film, photography, engineering and advertising industries.

“At Dell, we also understand that color quality is just as important as resolution when it comes to creative endeavors, therefore these monitors have a wide color coverage of 99% sRGB. Since sRGB is a color space widely used across various medias, our customers can count on natural and consistent colors whether they’re editing vibrant images for an advertising campaign or viewing digital images from the camera,” Dell explains.

“With the extraordinary clarity and high pixel density on the Dell 24-inch and 27-inch monitors, colors look even more defined onscreen. Dell’s second generation 4K monitors are both under $1000 and are equipped with ultra-wide viewing angles and a refresh rate of 60 Hz, allowing our creative customers to bring their vision to life and manipulate even the smallest color details of their image with incredible clarity – all at a price they can afford.”

The 24 inch monitor will be priced at $599 in the US and the 27 inch version will be priced at $699 at launch. You can find out more information about both displays and where you can pick them up at the source link below.

Source: Dell

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