Dell launches its first HDR10-capable 4K display

Dell announces its new UltraSharp UP2718Q, its first HDR10-capable display.

Published Fri, Apr 21 2017 12:15 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:55 AM CST

Dell has just launched their new high-end UltraSharp UP2718Q, the first HDR10-capable display from the company, backed up by its native 4K resolution and the UHD Alliance Premium Certification.

Dell launches its first HDR10-capable 4K display |

The new UltraSharp UP2718Q has 76.9% of the Rec 2020 color gamut, with Dell calibrating each display before it leaves the factory, and an adjustable lookup-table, so that you can tune it perfectly. On the HDR side of things, Dell is stating up to 1000 nits on its new UP2718Q, which is assisted by the full-array backlighting.

Dell is pricing its HDR10-capable UltraSharp UP2718Q at $1999.99, and a delivery of May.


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