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Dell UltraSharp Monitors

Dell UltraSharp Monitors - Dell has released new UltraSharp monitors, ideal for phototgraphers.

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Dell has released new UltraSharp series monitors that are ideal for photography.

The new monitors consist of the $1499 30 inch U3014, $999 27 inch U2713H, and $599 24 inch U2413. Also released was the ultra wide format U2913WM, at $699, ideal for multi-tasking.

All the monitors feature PremierColor, and offer outstanding colour accuracy, precision and performance.

The U3014 is Dell’s flagship high performance monitor with a 16:10 aspect ratio, suitable for the fine level of detail required for color-critical work such as CAD/CAM, graphic design, desktop publishing, gaming or media creation. In addition, users will experience stunning high-definition details and the ability to view more onscreen content with 2560 x 1600 resolution.

Engineered to equip you with the best for color-critical work, the Dell UltraSharp U2713H 27-inch and U2413 24-inch monitors with PremierColor offer rich, vivid, lifelike images right out of the box. Users will experience remarkably consistent, precise, and accurate colors calibrated at the factory to support 99 percent AdobeRGB and 100 percent sRGB coverage with a deltaE of less than 2; each monitor arrives with a certified report to indicate its exact colour calibration.

The U2913WM is Dell’s first 29-inch ultra-wide monitor with a unique aspect ratio of 21:9, providing time-conscious, multi-tasking workers with a great alternative to dual monitors.

The UltraSharp U3014 will be available soon, whilst theU2913WM, U2713H and U2413 are available to purchase now.

For more information, visit the Dell website.

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JJGEE 9 6.4k 18 England
14 Feb 2013 12:25PM
mmm

I wonder what type of images produce those histograms ?

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4orty7even 5 89 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2013 5:44PM
I'm guessing a cityscape and a hedgehog in someone's garden Grin

Think it'll be going on my christmas list.

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