Recently, Dell’s new U4323QE monitor appeared on its official website with complete specifications, but Dell has not yet officially launched this product. The U4323QE shares many similarities with Dell’s 32-inch UltraSharp line of monitors, albeit in a larger size.
The Dell U4323QE monitor uses a 42.5-inch panel with a resolution of 3840 x 2160, a display ratio of 16:9, and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. The GtG response time is 8ms and 5ms in standard mode and fast mode respectively, the maximum brightness is 350nit, the contrast ratio is 1000:1, the horizontal and vertical viewing angles are 178°, and the sRGB color gamut is 95%. It is equipped with a height-adjustable stand, but it cannot be rotated, and of course, it is also compatible with VESA-compliant wall mounts.
Users can connect through a single USB-C cable, providing a full-featured USB-C that supports DP 1.4 Alt mode and 90W PD power supply, and is also equipped with two DP 1.4 ports and two HDMI 2.1 ports. It also has three USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C ports (supports 15W charging) and three USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A ports (supports BC 1.2), supports 10 Gbps rate and provides KVM. In addition, it is equipped with two 8W speakers, an RJ45 port (for functions such as PXE booting), and a 3.5mm jack.
The maximum power consumption of the U4323QE display is 250W, and the power consumption during standby is as low as 0.3W. It’s unclear when Dell will launch the product or how much it will cost.