The new Dell 32-inch 6K UltraSharp display is here to take on the Apple Pro Display XDR with some impressive specs at CES 2023.
This new monitor matches up with Apple's Pro Display XDR (check prices) in terms of resolution and size though it lacks some of Apple's dedicated high-end features.
The Dell packs a 6144 x 3456 IPS panel, 1.07 billion colors and covers 99 percent of the P3 wide color gamut. It has a peak brightness of 600 nits.
Apple's Pro Display XDR has a peak brightness of 1,600 nits, hence the "extreme" HDR monicker.
It comes equipped with a height-adjustable stand that can rotate 90-degrees for vertical work like writing code or perusing PDFs.
The Dell UltraSharp has an HDMI 2.1 port, USB-C port, and a quartet of USB-A ports. A thunderbolt 4 port uses the latest USB PD spec to deliver up to 140W of power to supported laptops.
There's a built in webcam that mimics Center Stage by using on-device Ai to keep you in frame and a physical privacy shutter to cover the lens when not in use.
Additional it has dual 14W speakers and echo cancellation microphones.
Currently, Dell didn't have have pricing or availability information to share.
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