Dell recently introduced their first 8K monitor at CES 2017 last week. This new monitor has 7680x4320 resolution with 280 PPI. However, the price will also be as high as its resolution.
The new Ultrasharp 32" 8K monitor, offers 100-percent sRGB, 100-percent Adobe RGB, and 100-percent Rec709 color space coverage along with 2 DisplayPorts and 4 USB 3.0 ports on the outside of the monitor. Like the most recent Dell monitors, the new UP3218K has a Premier color panel and thin bezel, as the company targets professionals who deal with color-critical processes. The design has an aluminum finish and the frame has a narrow bezel, which creates a modern look similar to Dell's recent Ultra Premier color series monitors. The 8K (7980x4320) resolution is 4 times that of 4K and 16 times that of 1080p resolution. According to Dell, the new monitor will be available for sale on the 23rd of March with a $5,000 price tag.
On the other hand, this new monitor would be exciting for most consumers; however, it's so hard to use this monitor with recent GPU technology. At this point, we can assume that Dell is targeting consumers in specific industries, such as architects, movie editors, and photographers. What do you think about this new monitor? Would you buy it, or would you buy four 4K monitors instead? Please share in the comments section below.