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  • Dell UP3214Q 31.5-Inch True 4K Computer Monitor - UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD IGZO LCD UHD Monitor - 3840x2160 Resolution + 99% AdobeRGB and 100% sRGB Coverage - USB 3.0 Hub, HDMI, Mini DisplayPort, DBFR/PVC-free - ENERGY STAR 6, Qualified EPEAT, Gold3 Rated TCO Certified Display
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Dell UP3214Q 31.5-Inch True 4K Computer Monitor - UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD IGZO LCD UHD Monitor - 3840x2160 Resolution + 99% AdobeRGB and 100% sRGB Coverage - USB 3.0 Hub, HDMI, Mini DisplayPort, DBFR/PVC-free - ENERGY STAR 6, Qualified EPEAT, Gold3 Rated TCO Certified Display

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  • Ultra HD 3840 x 2160:1 Get four times the resolution of Full HD and see the finest details with ultra-high pixel density.
  • Vivid, accurate and consistent color: With PremierColor, your monitor provides superb color accuracy and 99% AdobeRGB and 100% sRGB coverage.
  • Expansive display: Multitask with plenty of space to see all of your applications across an expansive 31.5" display.
  • Get a clear and consistent view with an ultra-wide 176°/176° viewing angle.
  • Keep your virtual workspace tidy with the Dell Display Manager's Easy Arrange feature that lets you neatly display windows side by side.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34.2 x 21 x 10.2 inches ; 31 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00H0H3ZEY
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,157 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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UP3214Q 31.5IN UHD MON 3840X2160 210-ACBL


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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Albahari on January 12, 2014
PROS

* Great picture. Really sharp, with saturated colors and smooth gradients.
* You get 4K resolution (3840x2160) at 60Hz with supplied DisplayPort cable.
* Unobtrusive anti-reflective coating. (Some other Dell monitors, such as U3011, have a smudged sparkly appearance.)
* Two DisplayPort inputs (one mini and one standard) in addition to HDMI.

CONS

* Monitor fails to wake from sleep about one time in three on DisplayPort. Need to power-cycle monitor (and sometimes more than once). This is annoying, and I've been unable to find a proper workaround. Disabling DDC/CI and updating video card, and monitor drivers doesn't help. Using HDMI instead of DisplayPort fixes it, but this is not an option unless you're happy with 30Hz at 4K resolution.
* Some backlight bleeding: the blacks are not as dark as on some earlier Dell monitors. It's OK in well-lit room, but not the best if watching movies in the dark.
* (For gaming) monitor appears not to upscale lower resolutions. Some video cards might do this for you; another potential workaround is to use native resolution and disable antialiasing and other video enhancements in your game - you might then achieve an acceptable frame-rate with sufficient video hardware.

OVERALL IMPRESSION

The picture quality is superb. If you've not experienced 4K before, you're in for a treat. With the right tweaking, the sharpness matches (or almost matches) the quality of a printed page at a normal viewing distance of 30 inches. Sans-serif fonts render particularly well, especially with ClearType enabled. Photos are outstanding, displaying an incredible level of detail. It's hard to go back to a standard HD monitor after seeing this.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By WebFanatic on March 21, 2014
The picture is great - when it works. I tried with a GTX Titan, SLI 2x 780TI, and Crossfire R9 290X. I could never get it to consistently work due to a significant Displayport 1.2 error that causes black screens on wake from sleep and boot. I tried multiple work arounds and could not get it to consistently work. Dell has a firmware fix but they have not released a user installable version. It is only available if you send the monitor back in which case they will send you a refurbished version (not the same monitor - this is a significant issue). According to Dell new monitors DO NOT include this update at this time.

To be clear: I bought this monitor from Dell with an Alienware system. I returned it. Supposedly the Asus 4K monitor fixed this issue and has user installable firmware.

Before you buy this monitor, read this thread: [...]

Review updated with details in response to some random troll reply.
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16 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Gianni Venturi on March 23, 2014
So, Dell is officially not supporting their product??! ............................... ............................... issue summary---> when using it at its full native resolution in dp1.2 as intended - half the screen literally is black and non functional on many random boots and logins. switching between applications the 1/2 the monitor turns off. Issue was identified as a firmware issue and was resolved by other manufacturers of the same monitor.

ie: $3000 monitor new = paperweight

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Let's summarize based on *name removed for now* dell rep responses:

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dell said the official policy it to buy a new non functional dell monitor, send it in for a firmware (name removed for now) Dell rep refuses to relay if it even fixes the proven issue) then they will replace the new monitor with a used one.

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Has everybody followed the bouncing ball?

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1. Monitor has a severe firmware issue- the dell up3214q is the same monitor as the Sharp and the Asus p321q.
2. After months of denials and deflection by Dell, Dell announces they have a new firmware
3. Dell won't release a user installable firmware fix - Asus and sharp had same issue but released a user installable firmware that resolved the issue- the other manufacturers were keen on customer service.
4. Dell won't confirm their replacement firmware even fixes the issue
5. Dell policy is to send in the new monitor for unconfirmed firmware fix
6. Dell policy is to replace your new monitor with a used one with the unconfirmed fix
7. Replacement used monitor may or may not have fixed issue
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8 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 26, 2014
I bought mine straight from Dell and even though I got a great deal on it, I found way too many difficulties for it to work, and even when it did finally sync, it still seemed glitchy.

Weirdly enough, the easiest computer to hook it up with was a Mac Mini, yet half the screen was a different tone than the other half.

Didn't look like that was a faulty monitor as that symptom itself did not happen with the PC (GTX670 Video card).

Ended up returning it. Maybe the new models coming out in March for $800 will get along better with the computers their designed for.
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