Dell introduced a 49-inch screen with a resolution of 5.120
Today, Dell has launched the world's first 49-inch curved screen with an ultra-wide 32: 9 aspect ratio with a resolution of 5,120 × 1,440 pixels.
Dell's UltraSharp 49 is the equivalent of two 27-inch Quad HD monitors next to each other.
The very wide screen of this monitor can be used to display on a desktop computer or split into two screens with picture-by-picture mode.
Interestingly, the picture-by-picture mode can display images from two different sources, such as on a Mac or PC, and you only need to connect a keyboard and mouse.
Dell's new display is compatible with 13-inch and 15-inch screens of the latest MacBook Pro models, which connect via a USB-C port with 90W power. Other connectivity options include two HDMI 2.0 ports, a DisplayPort 1.4 port, five USB 3.0 B ports and two USB 3.0 ports.
With its 3800R curves, it gives the user a panoramic experience, blending in with consistent focus from the eye to the screen. According to Dell, the screen has a 178-degree vertical and horizontal viewing angle.
UltraSharp 49 uses an IPS backlight and LED backlight, with a 1000: 1 contrast ratio and a maximum brightness of 350 nit. The screen does not support the DCI P3 color range, but can display 99% of the standard sRGB color gamut.
UltraSharp 49 has a refresh rate of 60Hz when driven by a Mac or PC with powerful graphics, but lacking the Nvidia G-SYNC or AMD FreeSync technology, so this is not the best choice for the game. manually.
Instead, Dell wants this screen orientation to be suitable for people who work in finance-related fields and analyze data.
Finally, UltraSharp 49 will officially on sale on 26/10 to the price of $ 1.699 (about 39.5 million).