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Dell UltraSharp 40 Curved Thunderbolt Hub Monitor (U4025QW)

Dell UltraSharp 40 Curved Thunderbolt Hub Monitor (U4025QW)

Jan 9, 2024 | Productivity

Dell’s UltraSharp 40 Curved Thunderbolt Hub Monitor (U4025QW) addresses eye fatigue from prolonged screen exposure. Aimed at content creators, data scientists, and engineers, this 5K monitor offers a 120Hz refresh rate, an LED backlight that reduces blue light exposure by 50%, and an ambient light sensor that adjusts brightness and color temperature in real-time. It has received a five-star eye comfort certification from TUV Rheinland.

In a departure from prevalent 60Hz productivity monitors, Dell extends the gaming-friendly 120Hz refresh rate, delivering a smoother visual experience while minimizing eye strain. The 40-inch monitor boasts a resolution of 5120 x 2160 and a peak brightness of more than 600 nits, certified with DisplayHDR 600. That brightness is comparable to Apple’s 27-inch Studio Display, which costs $2.300 with Nano-texture glass and a tilt- and height-adjustable stand. Unlike the Apple Studio Display, Dell’s Thunderbolt 4 port offers 140W power delivery, perfect for the 16-inch MacBook Pro, plus support for variable refresh rates through HDMI 2.1.

It is designed to cater to diverse user needs and features a built-in 2.5-Gbps ethernet port, DisplayPort 1.4, plus USB-A and USB-C ports providing up to 15W of power and 10Gbps of data transfer. Two computers can be connected simultaneously for maximum multitasking.

Priced at $2,400, the Dell UltraSharp 40 Curved Thunderbolt Hub Monitor (U4025QW) will be available February 27, 2024, and represents a step forward in productivity displays, combining high-resolution, cutting-edge gaming-like specifications and certified visual comfort.

Pricing: $2,400
Website: Dell.com

Michael Tchong

Michael Tchong

Founder, Author, Adjunct Professor, Futurist

Michael is the founder of Toolhacker LLC, an innovation speaker and adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco, futurist, and author of “Ubertrends — How Trends And Innovation Are Transforming Our Future.” He is also the founder of four ahead-of-the-wave startups, including MacWEEK, Atelier Systems, CyberAtlas, and ICONOCAST.