Dell announced the launch of its flagship monitor, the Dell UP3128K, which is built around an impressive IPS panel of 32 inches to an 8K resolution 7680 x 4320 pixels @ 60 Hz offering something over 33 million pixels, which results in quadrupling the pixels found in 4K resolution (3840 x 2160p) and 16 times the resolution of full HD (1920 x 1080p).

Dell UP3128K: 32 “8K IPS Monitor for $ 4,999 

This panel offers a 1300: 1 contrast ratio, a maximum brightness of 400 nits, an acceptable response time of 6 milliseconds (6ms GtG) and offers 100% AdobeRGB color coverage, 100% sRGB , 100% Rec.708, And 98% DCI-P3. Obviously does not include AMD FreeSync or NVIDIA G-Sync technologies, since it is not a gaming-oriented monitor, although it can be used as a gaming display.

The rest of the specifications of the Dell UP3128K complete with a pivoting base, adjustable in height and inclination. It has two video inputs in the form of DisplayPort 1.4a, four USB 3.0 ports and compatible with VESA supports. A maximum consumption of 87W and is currently only listed for sale in the United States, with delivery dates beginning April 17, at a suggested retail price of $ 4,999.99.