Dell’s 8K monitor that costs $5000 is now available for purchase

Back at CES 2017, Dell announced a pretty interesting monitor: a 32-inch 8K monitor. The monitor, which Dell likes to call the UP3218K costs $5,000 so it clearly isn’t a monitor for the average joe.  Today, the display went on sale at the official Dell online store.

The Dell UP3218K is actually a 31.5-inch Ultra HD 8K monitor, with a resolution of 7680×4320 pixels at 60Hz. As a result, it is able to fit four times more content than an Ultra HD 4K display and 16 times more content than a Full HD display. The display also has a view angle of 178 degrees which is quite impressive. For the color gamut, you will get 100% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB, 100% Rec709, 98% DCI-P3 and >80% Rec2020 with the UP3218K. To put it simply, the display will be able to produce beautiful colors that are true-to-life and look simply amazing.

The monitor also comes with Dell’s PremieColor and it’s able to produce 1.07 billion colors. The monitor also has a very sleek design with very thin bezels — a 9.7mm thick bezel. As for the ports, you will get 2 DisplayPorts (1.3), one microphone jack, 3 USB 3.0 ports, and another USB 3.0 port with BC1.2 charging capability.

The Dell UP3218K is available right now, and you can get it from here.

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