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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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Did you already get the Amex notification? Wondering if they treat Dell Small Biz the same as Dell.com
Yes, got an email confirmation from Amex about $120 credit
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I got your point, except this monitor only covers 96% sRGB with 1000:1 static contrast ratio at 60Hz, 350 cd/m, pretty mediocre for color, no HDR either. this aimed squarely at stock traders and coders.

for 600 dollars, you could actually buy a TV that has better color: Hisense 55H9F, or 65H9F for 800 dollars.
they are HDR, 93% DCI P3 (remember 100% srgb is like 80% DCI-P3), 120Hz refresh rate, 500 cd/m with static contrast of 6000:1. pretty much destroys this monitor in all color front.



and here is the thing. you could just buy the LG 42 inch monitor for 450 USD at costco that has the same spec (and yes, they come with USB C as well)

https://slickdeals.net/e/13491274-lg-43ud79-b-43-class-ultra-hd-4k-ips-monitor-449-99-f-s-costco-com-only-199-off-instant-savings?v=1&src=SiteSearch
But that deal expired 7 months ago.
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At this size you might as well just buy a TV!
At this size, might as well get a table.
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i actually code on 32 inch portrait (but i do a lot of python so each statement doesn't run very long). i would actually like to have a square display so the main display can be 32 by 32 to match the portrait screens
I do c# and a lot of SQL. I would love a 32x32 square monitor. I don't need it to be rectangular.
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I have an acer 43 inch that I bought at micro center a few years back. At first it seemed too massive but now I love it. I have 27 inch at work and man, what a difference.
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I own the Dell U3818DW which I really like the KVM portion of it, but I have been having trouble getting my head around how it would work once you add another monitor to the mix. Is there something that would switch a monitor that large and another monitor? Or are we looking at having something like this 43 inch with split screen and tying it to the other devices?

Then the work laptop will only support so many screens at certain resolutions, so not sure how it'll work there either.

Anyone out there have any experience with monitors in this size range and adding another large monitor or something like a gaming monitor? Used to run machines with their own keyboard and mouse each, but I really do like the single keyboard and mouse. Can't use software like the logitech flow or any such because of data security etc... kinda shocked they didn't balk at my Dell's KVM software...and if they do can always use the buttons on the monitor, though not super convenient.
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I bought a Samsung QLED 43" from Best Buy for $530. Picture is stunning and I can't imagine this one for $200 more is better. Same resolution and refresh rate. I use it as a monitor and it's perfect.
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I bought a Samsung QLED 43" from Best Buy for $530. Picture is stunning and I can't imagine this one for $200 more is better. Same resolution and refresh rate. I use it as a monitor and it's perfect.
Tvs are not flicker free
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I'm guessing this was tongue in cheek, but most TVs don't make good monitors. The subpixel layouts and other factors make using them frustrating. More importantly, this particular monitor can display four inputs at once. It's pretty specialized and awesome.
Probably depends on you use case scenario. I have two computer stations, one with a high end 34" ultra wide, 144hz, 1ms gtg response time. My other is a 40" Samsung 4k TV. The TV looks great as a gaming monitor, is say 8/10. The only thing that I won't use it for is First person shooters. It can be done but when you're used to freesync high refresh its difficult to go back. I've been playing games for almost 40 years and work with computers daily.
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I got your point, except this monitor only covers 96% sRGB with 1000:1 static contrast ratio at 60Hz, 350 cd/m, pretty mediocre for color, no HDR either. this aimed squarely at stock traders and coders.

for 600 dollars, you could actually buy a TV that has better color: Hisense 55H9F, or 65H9F for 800 dollars.
they are HDR, 93% DCI P3 (remember 100% srgb is like 80% DCI-P3), 120Hz refresh rate, 500 cd/m with static contrast of 6000:1. pretty much destroys this monitor in all color front.



and here is the thing. you could just buy the LG 42 inch monitor for 450 USD at costco that has the same spec (and yes, they come with USB C as well)

https://slickdeals.net/e/13491274-lg-43ud79-b-43-class-ultra-hd-4k-ips-monitor-449-99-f-s-costco-com-only-199-off-instant-savings?v=1&src=SiteSearch
When I go there, it says page not found
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This is huge monitor! If you think to buy it, just keep in mind you must have a nice distance otherwise you will feel tired of it easy I bought the LG
one cheaper and
color calibrated, comes with remote control and makes easy to split between inputs and make screen adjustments.
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Most stock traders and coders utilize multiple monitor setups... two of these + a large desk would be sweet.
Two of these?? This is a monster ugly monitor! You must have a garage to keep two beast like that running together
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My 2017 Samsung KU6300 TV. RTINGS 8.4 VIDEO GAMES, 8.0 HDR Gaming, 6.9 PC monitor
The 27" version of this monitor,the U2720Q 7.5 gaming, 6.8 HDR Gaming, 8.3 office, 8.2 media creation
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Tvs are not flicker free
What does this mean? I have no problems using the Samsung QLED TV as a monitor. It's $200 less than this one.
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I've used 32-40" tvs as my gaming monitor for over 10 years. You very quickly get used to this size display.

My wife has the competing lg (same panel, no height adjust, 60w pd vs Dell's 90w). We love the lg. She splits her screen in quarters and has 4 1080p windows open in a giant pane.

I want one of these as well, but holding out for work to buy it for me. I currently use 2x27" 1440p displays for work and would love to consolidate into one larger monitor. While 4k might be a little more virtual real estate than 2x1440p, I actually appreciate the wider format more. I don't tend to need much vertical space, at least not much more than 1440, and would have to adjust to with a 4k display to really take advantage.

But really, the 32:9 1440p displays are ridiculously expensive, $1400+, and I really want to simplify my setup, so a 40+ inch 4k will have to do.

back to this Dell- I saw 2 ppl on reddit returned theirs because the display wasn't level. one guy said one end was 1cm lower than the other. speculation is it's due to the play in the height adjustment mechanism. the monitor is so large that just a little play gets magnified.
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