Dell updates UltraSharp lineup with U3224KB 32-inch 6K monitor

Dell has always been in a leading position in monitors, releasing many products for different market segments every year to meet the needs of different consumer groups. Dell updated its UltraSharp series product line this time, which introduced the world’s first 6K monitor with IPS Black technology.

Last year, Dell released the U2723QE and U3223QE with IPS Black technology, which were well received by the market. The 6K display model launched by Dell this year is U3224KB, which uses a 31.5-inch IPS panel with a resolution of 6K (6144 x 3456). It also supports IPS Black technology to greatly improve the contrast of IPS displays. Although it is still not as good as OLED screens, it has been greatly improved, making the colors displayed on the screen more vivid. With the high color gamut, it can meet the application needs of users for film and television and content creation.

The U3224KB has a contrast ratio of 2000:1, provides 100% sRGB and 99% DCI-P3 color gamut, and has been certified by DisplayHDR 600. As a monitor for productivity, U3224KB is also equipped with a 4K webcam on the top, using an HDR CMOS sensor, which can shoot 4K video at 30fps, or 1080P video at 60fps, and it has a microphone with an echo cancellation function and dual 14W speakers, which is convenient for users to coordinate their work. The integrated pop-up port on the front of the monitor can reduce the number of cables and keep the office area tidy, and the provided USB-C port and USB-A port.

In addition to the DisplayPort 2.1 port, the monitor also comes with a Thunderbolt 4 port that supports up to 140W of power. At the same time, U3224KB also provides the KVM function, allowing users to switch between two PCs, and also supports side-by-side and picture-in-picture functions. The U3224KB monitor stand supports adjustments such as tilt, height, and rotation, making it more convenient to use.

Dell did not provide the launch date and price of the U3224KB, but it is confirmed that it will be available in the first half of 2023.