Dell unveiled three new monitors during the National Association of Broadcasters conference, with the new HDR10-capable 4K display in the UP2718Q, but Dell thought they could confuse people by dropping the P and releasing the U2718Q at the same time.
Now, Dell's new U2718Q (see, no P) is a new 27-inch display that is joined by its smaller 25-inch sibling, the UltraSharp 25 (U2518Q). The U2718Q is the first adventures of InfinityEdge being pushed into the non-laptop display world, as they have blown us away previously - especially with Dell's amazing XPS15 laptop, something I own in the 4K version and it's amazing.
The new U2718Q boasts a 4K native res, while the smaller U2518Q has a lower resolution that Dell hasn't announced yet, but if I had to guess I'd say 1440p. We should expect sRGB coverage on both displays, while the U2718Q gets priced at $699.99, the smaller U2518Q is $499.99 - with both displays launching in July.
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