Right now, Dell is selling the 4K 43-inch multi-client P4317Q monitor at a 35 percent discount with today’s coupon code in play. On top of that, they’re also giving out a $200 eGift card to sweeten the deal.
• Dell P4317Q 43-Inch 4K Multi-Client Monitor with $200 Gift Card for $779.99 (List price: $1199.99 — Coupon code: 35OFFBIZ)
In terms of specs, we’re looking at a native resolution of 3840×2160, a 60Hz refresh rate, an 8ms gray-to-gray response time, LED backlighting, in-plane switching, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, and an anti-glare coating. It also includes two HDMI ports, a Mini DisplayPort, a DisplayPort, a VGA port, and a four-port USB 3.0 hub.
At our sister site PCMag, reviewer John R. Delaney gave it an Excellent score of 4/5. In fact, it even earned the coveted Editors’ Choice! The industrial design, speakers, variety of inputs, and overall accuracy were praised, but this is clearly a business monitor – not made for the low latency needed for high-end gaming.
If you’re using a single 2160p source, this works just like any ordinary 4K display. But when you connect multiple video inputs, your 43-inch 4K set effectively turns to four 21-inch 1080p feeds. If you’re desperate for a simple solution to keep all your displays visible at once, this is well worth your money.
Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the Dell site for more information.
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