Dell finally announced
the price of the U3223QZ that was shown as early as CES 2022, and the price on the official website is $1,599.99. In terms of specific specifications, the U3223QZ has an IPS screen with a 4K resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate, the typical brightness is 400 nits, and color gamut coverage is 100% Rec.709, and sRGB, and 95% DCI-P3, and color depth is 10-bit.
Speaking of interfaces, U3223QZ has 1 HDMI, 1 DP 1.4 output, and 1 DP input interface, 2 with DP USB Type-C upstream, 1 USB Type-C downstream, 5 USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A, 1 RJ45, and 1 3.5mm audio interface. In addition, U3223QZ also built in two 14W speakers
The number of interfaces can be said to be very large, but the only thing missing is the Thunderbolt
interface, which is a bit strange. But considering that this monitor can use DSC (Display Stream Compression) technology to daisy-chain two monitors of the same model with a DP interface, it is understandable that there is no Thunderbolt interface.
The main purpose of this U3223QZ monitor is actually video conferencing, which can be seen from its built-in 4K HDR Sony Starvis CMOS sensor. With this sensor, the display can use AI to help locate the user’s position on the video conferencing screen. This is actually a bit similar to the automatic viewfinder function on the Apple Studio Display.
As the camera is 12MP, users can choose from 65 degrees, 78 degrees, and 90 degrees of the camera field of view. In addition, although there is no official description, users should be able to adjust the camera angle on the U3223QZ without turning the entire display.
At present, this monitor has been put on the Dell online store, and interested friends can take a look.