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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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This is a great deal for this monitor size and specs. The only thing I wish it had is if it was curved.
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This coupon code is invalid.....
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I think that the "get a TV" thing was a joke... but I recently replaced a 43" with a 55" C9 OLED (2019 model with g-sync) and for a second display that I primarily use for media, it is a super nice upgrade. It definitely would not be a good primary monitor in most cases (unless all you do is watch youtube videos and occasionally surf the web?), but as a secondary monitor that can also be used for gaming this thing is beautiful. I also occasionally use it as a primary display when I am working on a different PC and the display is pretty amazing when it comes to displaying the desktop and text, etc., you just need to be further away from it than typical from a normal sized monitor.

My primary display for my main rig and gaming PC is is an UW 3440x1440 gsync display that I use for FPS like Doom and CS:GO and it is hard to beat for a do it all monitor and is roughly the same price now as this one I think? This monitor is a good deal too, I think it is all about the use case. For gaming, not such a great pick, but that isn't what this monitor is for. Also, when I first got my 43", holy sh*t it was a lot bigger in person than I thought it would be! I mean, I measured where it would go and stuff, but the first time you turn that puppy on, it feels HUMONGOUS. If this is what you are looking for, this is a pretty good deal vs. what I am used to seeing.
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I have the p43 from Dell I think it's the model before this. It is great! Been using it for years.

My next Slickdeal I'm waiting for the curved 38" almost-4k from Dell (3840*1600)

The 38 curved Dell will fit in homes much better but this 43 I still highly recommend

And I'm sure many already know this but the "I use TV as Moni" people are not power users and have no idea what they're talking about. Using this 4k 43" is 100x better than ANY other TV IDC if it's a Samsung with the same exact stats. TVs are not good monitors ever. Which is why this is 1000$ but a 4k 55" TV can be $300 all day everyday
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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.
Yup quality of TV's has pretty much caught up with monitors last few years IMO. Only gonna notice differences if you looking for them and know what to look for.
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Looks nice but I have bought my last non HDR monitor,
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I'm still using my 39" Seiki bought 6 years ago from TigerDirect for $284 after $50 rebate. This thing just won't die.
Well mine lasted 6 years till it finally blew a fuse inside so good luck! Started buzzing then smoking one day not long ago Frown Was awesome TV I used as monitor and coding for years replaced with 43" Vizio TV now.
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I believe Amex has an offer to save $120 when spending $599+ at Dell.com
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I picked up the LG version of the same and am very much digging the PBP functionality. I use it as four discrete 21.5" monitors across two computers.

The pixel density is a bit of a disappointment but I knew that coming in, as I was coming from a 27" 1440 monitor. But the gained utility has more than offset.
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I really want to purchase this but very concerned about 104ppi, can someone with experience chime in?
I am interested in this too. A couple weeks back I bought the U2720Q - the 27 inch monitor has 163ppi and ultimately that was why I chose to buy the 27 as compared to the 43.

Anyone have experience with the low density of pixels?
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This is exactly the same monitor made by LG for Dell.

Why buy a rebag? I got this LG monitor 2+ years ago for around $570s.

The LG is even better than the Dell. It has build in 10W speakers

https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg...ed-monitor
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This is exactly the same monitor made by LG for Dell.

Why buy a rebag? I got this LG monitor 2+ years ago for around $570s.

The LG is even better than the Dell. It has build in 10W speakers

https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg...ed-monitor [lg.com]
Does the LG have a 3 year advanced replacement warranty? No. The Dell is nice for powering my Macbook @ 90 watts, something my LG does not do.

Thats the Old LG monitor you're linking. You can't even find one of those around anymore
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I have the LG 43ud79 and love it for multitasking, it has pbp at the hardware level so you can split screen up to (4) 21" screens @ 1080p (I have not checked refresh limits but I assume it's 60). It has 6 ports and you can pbp with any combination of 4 ports. I've run 4 connections to the same gpu to make my computer think I have 4 monitors and I've done 3 screens + 1 console or laptop. The promo picture looks like this Dell supports the same, but the new LG 43un700 is $699 msrp ($683ish on Amazon rn) with HDR and USB C with 60W PD so I'm not sure if this dell is that great of a deal
I still prefer the LG
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I code at 27" at 1440p and I agree. I think I hit my sweet spot for screen space and pixels. Any larger or higher resolution and I'll just end up having to zoom in anyways. Seems to be a very niche market for this monitor .
I code on the 43" inch, I have this Dell and the old LG 43. I could not go back. I'm more productive with the 43". I have node projects, web apps, device emulators, web browsers, all open on the same screen. This dell with the the macbook is the best combo because it charges the mac with the usb-c cable. With the LG I have to use the power adapter.
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I have this and the LG 43 4k. Both use same screens although LGs poor design cuts the sides a bit at angle. LG has better speakers while Dell has better ergonomics with physical adjustments that LG does not. Given the price difference I would probably pick up the LG of I needed another one. The Dell is a better buy if you use multiple inputs. I have no problem splitting the screen into six squares and enjoying amazing productivity at 100% DPI.
I want to look at the LG too: Is the split feature easy to work with on windows 10? I will be using a new series Dell laptop. I previously had another monitor (forgot which model) and splitting 4 ways very clunky.
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