Dell Releases Their New Ultra Sharp 31.5 Inch 8K Monitor: UP3218K

Enthusiasts aren’t hesitant when it comes to making sure they own the best of the best. The flagship models are the ones normally flocked to and computer monitors aren’t an exception. Last year we saw everyone rave about 4k resolution while many of us still have Quad HD monitors sitting on our desks. The better a monitor performs (whether it be in terms of quick response times and refresh rates or color accuracy and sharpness for photo editing) is what draws the attention towards innovation and new gadgets. Recently, Dell released their new UltraSharp 32 8K Monitor: UP3218K. The 8K monitor has a native resolution of 7680 x 4620 with a refresh rate of 60 Hz.

Dell utilized their PremierColor technology to deliver accurate color representation as well as offer a display that doesn’t have noticeable pixels. Another great feature are its narrow bezels that are described as being ‘virtually borderless.’ The aspect ratio of the monitor is standard widescreen (16:9) with the 31.5 inch IPS panel that supports 1.07 billion colors. The UP3218K can also swivel and rotate to stand up in portrait mode which would offer good utilization when reading or writing text documents (just in time for finals).

Understandably, Dell’s new UltraSharp 31.5 inch 8K monitor won’t be on most of our ‘must buy’ lists anytime soon, it’s always great to see the progress. Plus, who knows. You may get matched with someone generous enough on Reddit Gifts who’s willing to drop the $5000 that this monitor retails for.

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  • anon

    Sure, dell’s “pioneer” monitors get to the market at a rate of 1:4.

    You guys (LR) should get experience from that and only report of displays that can be actually bought.

    Ship date 10/7? then 5/8, then 1/9… the same old stoy.

  • Terry Perry

    I found a new 42′ 4K for 250 $ it really works.. the 2K or 2500 res. is all my 2 970 with 16 g can handle. I did a study and for the 50-75′ you WILL need 2 1080 or TI and 32-64 G ram and a 6 Core. My 250$ 4K at 2k WORKS FOR ME.

  • YOUDIEMOFO

    WOW……ThirtyIR on youtube is the only person I know of that has this bad boy….. And at 5k there’s a good reason for that.

    This monitor and his four Titan XP’s and there you have a $10,000 computer minus some of the more “major” parts of the build…. HA!!!