How to use the Dell Home Premium 5K monitor and its 4K capabilities to save money and save your life
Posted On July 19, 2021
By now, most of you have probably heard about the Dell Family Business 5K Display, which will cost you $999.
You can get a similar model with an integrated 6K resolution for $1,149, which is $50 cheaper than the Home Premium model.
We have already covered the 5K model, but here’s a closer look at the 4K model:The Dell Family 5K Monitor has a whopping 17.2-inch screen with a 1,366 x 768 resolution and a 4K resolution, which makes it a lot more than just a 4k monitor.
Dell claims that the display has more pixels than a 1080p panel, which would make it an ideal display for gaming, movies and games.
If you’re not familiar with the term 4K, you might know that 4K refers to the technology used to display images at higher resolutions.
The company claims that this new 4K display is up to five times sharper than a traditional 1080p screen, which could give it an edge in gaming, video and other media consumption.
We were also told that the Dell 4K models will be powered by Intel’s Atom X5-Z3560 processor, which gives them a better battery life and is compatible with the Dell UltraSharp screen.
For starters, the Dell 5K models also have a 5ms response time, which means that they will appear to respond to a wide range of motion, making it easier to focus on content.
The Dell 4k models are also more responsive, but they’re not as responsive as the 5k models, meaning that they’re more difficult to notice.
In addition, there’s no touchscreen option.
It’s unclear what other features the 5 and 4K displays will have.
The only thing we know about them right now is that they have a 4:2:0 aspect ratio, so you’ll be able to view content at a 16:9 aspect ratio on the Dell 3K and 4k screens.
We’ve also seen similar 4K screens with a 4.2:1 aspect ratio.
There’s no word yet on when the Dell models will hit the market.
The Dell family business model also comes with a 2-year warranty, which you can upgrade at any time.
Dell also says that the products will support HDR technology, which we’re not sure if that means 4K and HDR in the same screen or if it means HDR on all the devices.
It should be noted that Dell’s 4K technology does not support 4K video resolutions.