With the P3222QE, Dell has introduced a new monitor that is primarily aimed at business users. Among other things, the device is supposed to convince with 4K UHD resolution and many connectivity options.
High screen resolution
The core of the screen is the IPS panel, which measures 32 inches in diagonal and with 3,840 × 2,160, which corresponds to the 4K UHD resolution. This achieves a pixel density of 140 ppi, which is a comparatively high value for a PC screen. The display is also said to support 10-bit colors and cover 99 percent of the sRGb color space, while it offers a brightness of 350 cd/m² and a contrast of 1,000:1. However, the refresh rate is average at most with 60 Hz. Additional features like FreeSync or G-Sync, which almost every gaming monitor offers today, are not available on the P3222QE. This is due to the fact that the device was primarily designed for office use, where such qualities are insignificant.
Instead, Dell puts emphasis on the connectivity options that the device offers, among other things. For example, the screen has a USB-C port that is not only used for data transfer between two devices, but can also supply a notebook with power. There are also four USB-A ports and a LAN port. The monitor also has connectivity features like MAC Address Pass-through, PXE Boot and Wake on LAN to offer.
Ergonomic functions also take on a central role in office work. In this regard, the new monitor can boast a height-adjustable stand including a pivot function, among other things. This should allow the screen to be adapted to the individual physical conditions and needs of different users. In addition, there is an always-on blue light filter, which is supposed to enable eye-friendly work and counteract fatigue symptoms.
Price and availability
In the U.S., the device should be available starting May 27. The price is still unknown, as is the start date for sales in Europe.