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Dell announces first OLED monitors and new InfinityEdge range

Dell has revealed its first computer monitors to boast OLED display technology, which it claims will assist users in ‘colour-critical’ creative industries.

The new Dell UltraSharp 30 OLED monitor, announced at CES 2016, offers a 4K Ultra HD resolution is perfect for graphic arts and photography professionals, according to Dell.

The UltraSharp 30 offers a contrast ratio of 400,000:1, offering “true black” coverage of industry colour standards like AdobeRGB and DCI-P3. It also has a response time of just 0.1ms.

Dell is also shouting about the Type-C USB connectivity, which enables “single cable power, video and data connectivity” with compatible systems.

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It’ll be out in late June 2016 from Dell.com, but the PC giant is keeping schtum about pricing until launch.

Elsewhere, the new UltraSharp Ininity Edge monitors promise ultra-thin borders along with an an arm promising greater adjustment flexibility and integrated management of cables.

There’s a 27-inch QHD display and a 23.8-inch Full HD option to choose from. The larger display is out next month from £539, while the UltraSharp 24 will start at £249.

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