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4K UltraHD Display: Dell UP2414Q

Get Dell UP2414Q at B&H Photo.

The about $949 Dell UP2414Q has arrived, on loan courtesy of B&H Photo.

The Dell UP2414Q UltraHD 4K display is a sumptuous visual treat for UltraHD 4K video and still images. My expectations were high, but it’s really exciting to see this kind of display resolution.

I was stunned to see jaw dropping detail, along with pleasing color and uniform gray scale. Viewing 4K video and UltraHD still images on a 4K display is a huge leap forward in sheer visual appeal—chrome-like (as in color reversal film). No doubt there will be technically better displays that come along, but I would not discourage anyone from buying the Dell UP2414Q provided that a late-model computer is needed to support that 4K size, such as the 2013 Mac Pro or late 2013 MacBook Pro Retina.

For over a year now, the diglloyd publications have provided UltraHD examples and UltraHD aperture series.

These images viewed in 4K UltraHD on the Dell UP2414Q are enthralling for their never-before-seen detail available at a glance without scrolling. It is a whole new visual experience bettering even the 2880 X 1600 experience of the MacBook Pro with Retina display.

The 4K poppies video from the Panasonic GH4 is the most detailed, 3D lifelike and luxuriously beautiful video I have ever experienced. At native 3840 X 2160 resolution on the Dell UP2414Q, the visual impact makes the best 1080p look crude and blurred by comparison (yesterday’s 1080p HD fills only 1/4 of the screen pixels on a 4K display; to fill the screen it has to be scaled up 2X linearly / 4X in area).

Read more in my review of the Dell 2414Q.

Dell UP2414Q connected to late 2013 MacBook Pro Retina
Durable and fast, up to 1800MB/s

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