Dell was one of the first companies to introduce a 43-inch display, which now features its new UltraSharp U4320Q 42.5-inch 4K display with updated panels, improved stand and USB-C input. Dell continues to position its UltraSharp U4320Q display as the ultimate tool for production applications and as an alternative to several small displays.
To this end, the display’s specifications are fairly modest: 3840×2160, typical brightness of 350nits, contrast ratio of 1000:1, horizontal/vertical viewing angle of 178 degrees, gtG response time in fast mode of 5 ms, refresh rate of 60Hz. The display does not support HDR10, variable refresh rate technology, and other multimedia enhancements. As a primary display, the UltraSharpU4320Q only supports the sRGB color gamut, which is enough for Windows.
The key improvement over the UltraSharp U4320Q over the previous U4320Q is its adjustable bracket, which now adjusts height, tilt and rotation, as well as a modern set of connecting ports. In addition to the usual DisplayPort and HDMI inputs, the new device has a USB Type-C port that supports DisplayPort alt mode and can provide up to 90w of power to the host. The display fully supports picture-by-picture display and picture-in-picture functionality and can be used with up to four PCs at a time. Unfortunately, the display does not have a built-in KVM. And it doesn’t have a built-in speaker.
Dell’s UltraSharp U4320Q will go on sale on January 30, 2020, with a suggested retail price of $1049.99.