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43" Dell UltraSharp U4320Q 4K UHD IPS Monitor w/ USB-C + $100 Dell eGift Card

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Dell Technologies has 43" Dell UltraSharp U4320Q 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor w/ USB-C + $100 Dell eGift Card (automatically added to cart) on sale for $789.99 - Extra $79 Off w/ coupon code STAND4SMALL (apply in cart) = $710.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Tazmania99

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000 to 1 (Typical)
  • Response Time GTG: 5ms
  • Height Adjustable w/ Tilt/Swivel
    • Inputs
      • 2x USB A (USB 3.1 Gen 1)
      • 2x HDMI
      • 1x USB 3.1 w/ B.C Charging Adaptability of 2A
      • 1x USB Type-C
      • 1x DP 1.4
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This deal is derived from Dell UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C Monitor. Credit goes to noggenfogger. This deal is very sweet with $100 GC and $120 credit from AMEX (YMMV), potentially make the final price to $491.

Dell has Dell UltraSharp 43 4K USB-C Monitor: U4320Q [dell.com] for $1099 - $260 instant savings = $790. Apply 10% off coupon STAND4SMALL to drop the price to $711. Shipping is free with free upgrade to expedite 2nd business day shipping.

06/30 EDIT: 10% off coupon STAND4SMALL seems dead. Alternatively, you may sign up [dell.com] for Dell emails and get an unique 10% off code which usually arrives within 30 minutes after signup.

06/30 EDIT 2: Dell has reactivated the 10% off coupon STAND4SMALL. It is good again for the purchase.

The purchase will come with $100 Dell Gift Card that will be sent by email within 20 days and will expire 90 days from issuance.

For those who have AMEX $120 off $600 offer, the cost will be further down to $591 after $120 credit from AMEX.

* Applicable sales tax will be added to the final price.*

42.5" Dell U4320Q - Specifications
Display: 42.5 in, IPS, W-LED, 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Viewing angles (H/V): 178 ° / 178 °
Brightness: 350 cd/m²
Static contrast: 1000 : 1.
Refresh rate: 60 Hz.
sRGB: 96 %
Dimensions: 967.2 x 564.4 x 59 mm.
Weight: 13.2 kg.

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I really want to purchase this but very concerned about 104ppi, can someone with experience chime in?
I mean have you used a 1080p 21.5"? This is 4 of them.
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I imagine the same coupon code and AmEx $120 promo would work on the Dell U3219Q [dell.com], which also includes the $100 gift card. It's more expensive than the 43" which I don't understand yet. It might be because the 32" has KVM functionality and the 43" doesn't.
Higher pixel density and most likely there aren't as many 4k 32" IPS panels compared to 43" 4k IPS panels. You see both 43" 4k TV's and monitors, while 32" 4k is a monitor only format.
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Ugh this is so tempting.

I have a 27" right now and have been wanting to upgrade to a larger monitor, but I was more-so thinking about getting a 38" Ultrawide.
I'm a developer so vertical screen real-estate is valuable... But do I really want my monitor to be the equivalent of one huge TV?

The price is soo good and only a few hours to decide. Hmmmmmmm
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​MichigandersUgh this is so tempting.

I have a 27" right now and have been wanting to upgrade to a larger monitor, but I was more-so thinking about getting a 38" Ultrawide.
I'm a developer so vertical screen real-estate is valuable... But do I really want my monitor to be the equivalent of one huge TV?

The price is soo good and only a few hours to decide. Hmmmmmmm
On the same boat. Currently using a mix of laptop, 20", and 27" (19x10). Feel the Dell 27" 4K is a little small and the Dell 43" 4K is a little large.

Too bad U3219Q is too expensive...
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On the same boat. Currently using a mix of laptop, 20", and 27" (19x10). Feel the Dell 27" 4K is a little small and the Dell 43" 4K is a little large.

Too bad U3219Q is too expensive...
After watching a few videos I've concluded it's just too big. I think you could make it work if you have a really deep desk but using this for long periods of time with a traditional setup will just cause neck strain.
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On the same boat. Currently using a mix of laptop, 20", and 27" (19x10). Feel the Dell 27" 4K is a little small and the Dell 43" 4K is a little large.

Too bad U3219Q is too expensive...
Similar thoughts but ended up ordering the 27". For the price / value, the 43" monitor is really attractive but I think it is too big for me. The 43" seems great if you intend to work in PBP mode but as a single screen I think it will be too much. On my desk I would be 16" away from the screen and not sure how sturdy the monitor is with my standing desk so most likely would have to wall mount it too. 32" is too expensive so settling for the 27".
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Ugh this is so tempting.

I have a 27" right now and have been wanting to upgrade to a larger monitor, but I was more-so thinking about getting a 38" Ultrawide.
I'm a developer so vertical screen real-estate is valuable... But do I really want my monitor to be the equivalent of one huge TV?

The price is soo good and only a few hours to decide. Hmmmmmmm
I'm a programmer as well, tried 43" 4k monitor now end up using it as a general purpose tv
Using a 38" ultrawide for productivity, 43" is just too big, you have to constantly move your eyes around which gets tiring over time.
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Anyone know of a good slim wall mount for this? Would be great if it was easily movable, but not necessary.
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While I don't have this exact model of monitor, I have used a 43" 4K TV as a monitor for about a year. (it was the 43" TCL 415 series with Chroma 4:4:4 paid $225)

I've also used triple display 24" 1200p monitor in side by side format. and currently a 32" with 2x 24" for past month.

Here is my take on 43" monitor. Sitting at normal computer usages distance it is too big of a display you can't really see everything in view at the same time.
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- you have to move your head side to side to see everything. it's not really a problem as if you use dual or triple monitor you do the same.
- the worst part is the stuff on the top. you have to move your head up and down so that is kind annoying as it doesn't feel natural. and I tend not to put much stuff up on the top of the screen. so basically wasted space.
- when you snap windows like to the left or right side it gets too tall and gets with the vertical issue I mentioned above with my head looking up and down.
- when I want to full screen it gets too big.
What happens I generally just manually resize windows and put them near the center avoiding the extreme edges. in the extreme I put stuff like chat windows or media player control.
- 4k is alot of deskspace and can have alot of applications and windows opened but your taskbar gets cluttered and somtimes hard to find the button to the application is.
- at this size I wish it is curve it would have make viewing easier at the extreme L/R corners
* some of the issue with windows and size can probably be fixed by some kind of screen area snapping or sizing software but I didn't
- can't really use 4k resolution on newer games since my GPU can't push the fps too well. and I end upsing 1080p
- when you full screen you can't see other application. for example when I had dual/triple monitor I full screen a game and have walk through opened on another monitor and see while playing. with a single 43" it is annoying to flip back and forth between the game and the walkthrough.
All those points I mentioned are more of a usability standpoint of actually having use it and how it fits into my workflow.

GOOD for applications
- for some applications it is very useful such as large excel sheet with many data
- looking at full resolution pictures
- looking at complex diagrams without scrolling all over.
- media playback and gaming is nice. with the big size. though some games you have to move back alittle to see all the HUD elements. at that point it is not better than a smaller screen sitting closer.
- stuff like photoshop and CAD, video editing extra screen space should be good.

CONCLUSION
- for media/game is fun on 43" but for normal work it is not really more useful that say dual display due to the way window snaps and the taskbar layout of application.
- For actualy work/productivity I would rather use dual side by side or triple monitor.

Right now I am using a dell 32" 3220DGF combined with two 24" (see attached image)
32" or 34" seems to be a good compromise between size and resolution.
With the 32" when I snap to left or right or fullscreen I can see the whole window compfortablly. From a feature and experience perspective. I would MUCH RATHER have the option of higher refresh rate/freesync/lower lag of the 32" than extra inches.
besides the other two monitor makes up for that.
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I'm a programmer as well, tried 43" 4k monitor now end up using it as a general purpose tv
Using a 38" ultrawide for productivity, 43" is just too big, you have to constantly move your eyes around which gets tiring over time.
Yeah, I try to imagine 1screen|2screens PBP, it feels like I have to move my head/eyes too frequent to feel comfortable.

Just need to figure out how to hit $599 to get that Amex $120.
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What are people buying with the $100 giftcard?

Ordered and repped. Thanks!

Order total: $777.42 (with tax) less $120 Amex statement credit.

Received an instant email from Amex:
You just redeemed your Amex Offer at Dell.com.
Thanks for using your American Express® Card ending in xxxxx to use your Dell.com offer. If your purchase meets the offer terms, you will have successfully redeemed the offer and you'll see a credit of $120.00 on your statement.
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Unless you have AMEX, this deal sux!
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the coupon code came back and I ordered it. I'm gonna give it a try. the amex deal was the icing on the cake. thanks OP repped!
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I am not sure which LG model do you have, but this U4320Q is very good at color accuracy for photo and video editing. You can go back to OP and read those reviews.
I am hoping it will drop in price come July 4th weekend. I currently have 43" LG 43UM7300AUE that i bought from Costco over a month ago for $249. I'm having problems getting to my liking even with recommended calibrations. Also a bit of eye strain.
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I think Dell Display Manager might have potential to make this very useful. Used Split Payment to put everything over $600 on another Amex card with the same offer.
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