I didn’t expect the new 27-inch iMac to be without a competitor for a short time, but at least in terms of a very sophisticated monitor, I can already say the opposite: the new UltraSharp U2711, produced by Dell, the first display from the manufacturer to offer Similar image quality and screen resolution are found on Apple's latest home desktop. Dell's goal, with the novelty, is obviously to attract more demanding users in terms of monitors, something it is likely to achieve.
The new monitor has WQHD resolution (2560 × 1440 pixels) and an ability to generate “billions of colors”, according to Dell. It was also produced with IPS technology (which guarantees image consistency at an angle of up to 178) and offers a high level of luminance with several calibration and assembly options, serving the professional market very well.
At the rear are a number of different connections for Macs and PCs, including HDMI 1.3, DisplayPort, VGA, composite video, component video and two DVI-D ports, as well as four USB 2.0 and an eight-in-one card reader. one. OUltraSharp U2711 will be available in February for $ 1,050 a good price, but some will certainly question it, considering that an iMac of the same size costs “only” $ 650 more.