Dell Unveils Colour Calibrator in New Monitor

At the Adobe Max event, Dell unveiled its latest monitor, the UP2720Q. It is the world’s first 27-inch 4K monitor that has a built-in colourimeter, a device that measures intensity and concentration of colour.

What this means for graphics professionals and designers, is that you’re able to change the on-screen display controls for a better-looking image. It will help get the work done faster with easy colour calibration on demand, circumventing the need for an external colourimeter, commonly used by graphics professionals.

Dell states that the UP2720Q will be able to take full advantage of the Adobe RGB colour gamut, offering in addition, 98% DCI-P3 and 80% BT2020, providing a wide range of colour reproduction across different colour space standards. The monitor also comes with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, packing speed of up to 40Gbps.

As the monitor is not aimed at gamers at all, you won’t find any FreeSync or G-SYNC support and it has an 8ms GtG response rate in normal mode.