For artists and designers with color demands, Dell recently announced a new 25-inch/27-inch display, the UltraSharp U2520Q and the U2720Q. Both displays have a 3H anti-glare coating design and have been factory-enabled with delta-E-lt;2 precision tuning to ensure that colors are displayed correctly in different light environments.
Dell UltraSharp U2520Q and UltraSharp U2720Q displays have resolutions of 2560 x 1440 and 3840 x 2160, respectively, with IPS panels, typical brightness of 350nits, and contrast ratios of 1000:1 and 1300, respectively. :1, the response time in normal mode is 8 ms GtG, and the refresh rate is 60Hz.
The 25-inch UltraSharp U2520Q delivers 16.78 million colors, while the 27-inch UltraSharp U2720Q delivers 1.07 billion colors. Both displays are made of LCD material smaller than 95% DCI-P3 and 99% sRGB color gamuts.
In addition to the size and specifications of the IPS panel, Dell’s UltraSharp U2520Q and UltraSharp U2720Q displays look very similar in appearance. Both displays feature an ultra-thin bezel design for easier user use of multi-monitor configurations, as well as adjustable brackets for tilt ingesting and rotation adjustments.
On the connection side, both displays offer DisplayPort 1.4 (with DisplayPort MST output daisy-chained to another monitor), HDMI 2.0 and USB-C inputs. The USB-C port provides up to 90W of power to the host, enough to meet the needs of most 15.6-inch laptops. These devices are also equipped with a dual-port USB 3.0 hub with Type-A and Type-C connectors.
Since the U2520Q and U2720Q LCDs are primarily used in office environments, there are no built-in speakers in the display, but there is a headphone port. In the office, you can use Dell’s Command Center software for remote management of displays. Dell’s UltraSharp U2520Q and U2720Q displays will be available from January 30. The recommended retail price for the 25-inch display is $479.99, while the suggested retail price for a 27-inch display is $709.99.