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Dell P4317Q Ultra HD 43 Inch Monitor Officially Announced

Dell P4317Q Ultra HD 43 Inch Monitor Officially Announced

Dell P4317Q Ultra HD 43 Inch Monitor Officially Announced  

Dell P4317Q Ultra HD 43 Inch Monitor Officially Announced

 

We all know the some people love to live large, and it is no different when it comes to PCs. Plenty of people love to game or even program on large displays, be it on TVs or several of the large monitors that are currently available online.    

4K has been an a very strange position in the market, with most current 4K monitor offerings coming in a 28" or even 24", often making text hard to read without proper display scaling and making the extra detail gained from the higher resolution much more difficult to see with such a high DPI.    

A 4K display at 40 inches, or in this case 43", offers DPI that is very similar to that of a 27" 1440p display, effectively giving a large workspace and a large working area, making large 4K displays attractive to a lot of heavy PC users. 

Up until now not many companies have offered 4K resolutions in larger sizes outside of the TV market, with most 4K 40" monitors coming from Korea. Now Dell has decided to join this new craze and create their own 4K 43" monitor with their InfinityEdge P4317Q. 

 

Dell P4317Q Ultra HD 43 Inch Monitor Officially Announced  

This monitor has 4 total display inputs, two HDMI 2.0, a single DisplayPort 1.2 and a single mini-DisplayPort connection. This monitor also has a 4 port USB 3.0 hub and is thought to have a refresh rate of 60Hz.   

In a work scenario, this display can work similarly to a 2x2 1080p monitor configuration, allowing dell to market this monitor effectively as a 4-in-one. The built-in stand only offers tilt adjustment but the monitor natively supports VESA 200 and 100 mounts for easy use with heavy duty monitor arms. 

 

  Dell Showcases 43inch P4317Q 4K Monitor  Dell Showcases 43inch P4317Q 4K Monitor  

 

This monitor uses an IPS panel with an 8ms G"G response time, and standard sRGB colour support, this makes this monitor fairly colour accurate but not on par with Dell's highly accurate U-Series Ultrasharp displays.  

 

You can join the discussion on Dell's P4317Q Ultra HD 43" IPS monitor on the OC3D Forums.

 

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Most Recent Comments

18-05-2016, 14:15:00

NeverBackDown
May as well call it a TV!
Personally I can only see this being useful in professional uses and not for gamers. That response time and input lag for such a large screen is probably going to be pretty badQuote

18-05-2016, 17:29:42

Mysterae
Yeah NBD, this would be awesome for my work but I doubt I'd be able to persuade my boss!Quote

18-05-2016, 18:41:04

GiantKiwi
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Originally Posted by Mysterae View Post
Yeah NBD, this would be awesome for my work but I doubt I'd be able to persuade my boss!
I'm going to give a damn good try in July when the budget gets refreshed, although got to get a new Macbook Pro 15 past him as well, as at 4 years old mines beginning to struggle a little with some applications.Quote

18-05-2016, 18:52:39

jimma47
Very nice. Yeah more for productivity than gaming although I'm sure depending on the type of game it would probably do just fine.

Great way to clean up the desk top and for anyone that has to use spreadsheets it would be awesome.

43" is a good size tbh. Playing a widescreen movie on a 40" with the black bars top and bottom gives you the exact same viewing size as a 34" ultrawide and with my 2x24s here at work it would be close to the same width.Quote

19-05-2016, 13:57:26

BigDaddyKong
I would almost give up my PLP Dell U3011 set-up for this. Did anyone notice if it could do 4:4:4?Quote
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