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Dell Ultrasharp 27" Screen LED-Lit Monitor Black (UP2718Q)
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- Create your best work with visuals that inspire View, edit and create stunningly realistic images in HDR10
- Realism like never before: An incredible peak brightness of 1,000 nits (at least three times brighter than today's standard SDR displays)
- Details even in the dark: High contrast ratio of 20,000:1 and 384 local dimming zones
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Create your masterpiece
Design and edit your best work yet with incredible visuals on the 27" 4K HDR monitor that meets HDR10 standards. View lifelike colors, exceptional clarity and striking details. Plus, with Dell PremierColor, your visuals are enhanced with superior color performance.
Designed with you in mind: No one works the same—tilt, pivot, swivel and adjust the height to experience your most comfortable setup. Experience four times more detail than Full HD with 3840x2160 Ultra HD 4K resolution.
Visuals that inspire
Realism like never before: An incredible peak brightness of 1,000 nits (at least three times brighter than today’s standard SDR displaysi) means you’ll see the deepest blacks and brightest whites for impressive, true-to-life visuals.
Details even in the dark: Whether you are working in the shadows or the light, you’ll still see small details that would otherwise be lost without a high contrast ratio of 20,000:1 and 384 local dimming zones.
A broad, brilliant spectrum: Dell PremierColor offers wide color coverage that meets major industry standards—100% AdobeRGB, 100% sRGB, 100% Rec. 709, 97.7% DCI-P3 and 76.9% Rec. 2020—for immaculate, unwavering colors.
Extraordinary color depth: Enjoy a tremendous level of detail that only the depth of 1.07 billion colors (that’s 64 times more color depth than standard monitors) can provide. Even in dark areas, you’ll see better color gradation and precision in more shades.
Fine-tune with precision: Customize color parameters to your preference using the Custom Color mode, the SDKi.
Accurate color, out of the box: Your monitor is calibrated on AdobeRGB and sRGB to an accuracy of Delta-E less than 2. An included factory calibration report gives you the confidence that colors will be impressively accurate right from the start.
Convenient connections: Experience multiple plugin with dual HDMI2.0a for simple connectivity to HDR devices.
Simple manageability: View applications between two PCs simultaneously on your screen and manage the content with only one keyboard and mouse with a convenient Keyboard, Video and Mouse (KVM) feature.
Ports and Slots:
1. AC power connector | 2. HDMI 1 connector | 3. HDMI 2 connector | 4. DP connector (in) | 5. mDP connector (in) | 6. Audio line-out porti | 7. USB upstream ports | 8. USB downstream port | 9. USB 3.0 downstream port with BC1.2 charging capability | 10. Stand lock
1. Power cable | 2. USB 3.0 cable | 3. DP-mDP cable | 4. HDMI cable
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|Screen Size||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches|
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|Refresh Rate||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz|
Create your masterpiece. View lifelike colors, exceptional clarity and striking details. Visuals that inspire: Design and edit your best work yet on Dell's first 27" 4K HDR monitor that meets HDR10 standards.
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Unfortunately I had to buy a new monitor, because my fairly recently acquired Dell UP2715K which retailed for around $1800 just passed its three year warranty period and has power issues causing it to not turn on. Dell does not repair their out of warranty monitors nor make parts available. Take note…
Having had good experiences with the Dell UP2715K, I naturally sought out Dell’s replacement. The box shipped by Dell had previously been opened, as the box was ripped in two places, it appears the tape had been opened, and the box showed other signs of distress. Again, for such an expensive item geared toward imaging professionals, you would think Dell would pay attention to what they ship.
Despite the packaging flaws, the contents seem to be fine, but that was not to be the case. As soon as I started the computer with the new monitor attached, I noticed an obvious blue spot on the startup screen which also reappeared on the desktop. Additionally, I also noticed a cluster of dead pixels, and another few dead pixels above that, which was obviously disappointing. Again, for an expensive product, it should be flawless.
I should reiterate that I was quite happy and impressed with my previous Dell UP2715K. It was stunning. It had a bezeless, anti-reflective glass screen, Harman Kardon speakers, an SD memory card reader, and a 5K (not just 4K) resolution screen. Images looked great and the design was beautiful. Sadly, Dell replaced the glass screen with a plastic one, eliminated speakers, eliminated the card reader, eliminated the bezeless design, and reduced the resolution to 4K. The only thing they kept was the premium price.
With the flaws, it was clear that this monitor was going to be returned, but instead that of just replacing it, I had repeatedly read great reviews over and over on the internet about the BenQ SW271, so I ordered one to compare. The result: the Ben Q has better image quality with noticeably better details in the shadows and highlights, looked more neutral, has more features including an SD memory card reader, a “hotkey” USB device with buttons for switching color space modes, a hood to protect from extraneous light, a written report with its factory calibration results, and costs 25% less then the Dell, retailing for $1099. The Ben Q is a better monitor at a cheaper price.
To make the comparison fair, both monitors were calibrated with an X-Right, i1Display Pro monitor calibrator with the same settings applied. Results were viewed in Lightroom while both monitors were connected to observe the differences simultaneously. Wondering if there was a difference caused by viewing the images on the second screen mode, I switch primary and secondary monitors repeatedly and the results were consistent. I found that the Ben Q displayed more detail in the shadows and highlights, and the colors look more neutral. In actuality, neither was actually neutral (and one could argue that my testing methodology was either flawed or not scientific, but it was consistent): I white balanced on a photo of one our our tuxedo (black and white) cat’s nose so it was absolutely neutral, photographed both screens with my iPhone 7, then read them with the white balance tool in Lightroom. The Dell was cooler with a bias toward green; the BenQ toward red, but the BenQ looked better and more neutral. If you have experience in postprocessing your images, you will know that almost nothing, especially people, look better with a green color cast the Dell exhibited.
The BenQ was the clear winner. With better image quality, better details in the highlights and shadows, a more pleasing display, more features, and not arriving with screen flaws in a damaged box, and cheaper, there is simply no reason to even consider this monitor.
I purchased two of them to replace last generation Dell 27 monitors. I believe they will stay on my desk for years because there is no other PC monitors on the market can deliver similar performance.
For productivity applications you get the "retina" effect -- pixels too small to see -- so text looks incredibly sharp. The screen size is large without making you ping-pong as you work. Edge-to-edge lighting is very even.
I'm not a professional gamer by any means but Diablo III, Divinity Original Sin II, and the other games I've tried look great to me at 4K on this display with no obvious smearing or tearing.
HDR support in Windows itself is currently problematic as others have noted -- you get a weird "washed out" effect in Explorer etc. -- but it's terrific for applications that can take advantage of the extra dynamic range. Perfect for working on digital photos in Photoshop! Microsoft seems to imply that fixes for the HDR issues may be coming in the next major Windows update.
Yes, it's a bit pricey, but you spend most of your time on the computer looking at the monitor so why not spend a little extra for a superior experience?
I had to exchange my first display because it came with a cluster of dead pixels.
This second display, after just 1 year, has the upper corners fading quite visibly to white.
This is unacceptable for a pro display. I'll update this review with my experience with Dell support.