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I've read it was simply a PR stunt...
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I've read it was simply a PR stunt...

Considering there was a working monitor on display, that would've been one hell of an expensive PR stunt...
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30"
3840x2160
120Hz
OLED
slim bezels

What is this, is this my heart beating from love? wubsmiley.gif

Only thing missing to really make it the perfect monitor ever would be HDR support and either FreeSync or GSync.

Is this still article still relevant? Reading something about the monitor not releasing or something.

Would be the first monitor where I'd consider something like 1200€ for reasonable.

 

Except the price is $5000 :D

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Except the price is $5000 biggrin.gif

And I bet it has quite a bit of input lag. Though we'll probably never know if my guess is right or not.
 
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Considering there was a working monitor on display, that would've been one hell of an expensive PR stunt...

Since I work at a hardware/software company I can tell you with utmost confidence that working hardware, even retail looking, can exist without actually being in production.

Dell might have (I'm sure they actually did) show such a monitor. It's called an engineering product and doesn't have to be on any mass production line.
Usually such hardware is produced in low quantities (10-50 samples) usually in iterations of specs and quality.

It benefits a company to be first at something. It's a marketing model even if you actually show such an engineering sample.

At every congress/consumer show companies show engineering samples. Rarely production models.
Edited by toncij - 8/10/16 at 8:29am
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Since I work at a hardware/software company I can tell you with utmost confidence that working hardware, even retail looking, can exist without actually being in production.

Dell might have (I'm sure they actually did) show such a monitor. It's called an engineering product and doesn't have to be on any mass production line.
Usually such hardware is produced in low quantities (10-50 samples) usually in iterations of specs and quality.

It benefits a company to be first at something. It's a marketing model even if you actually show such an engineering sample.

At every congress/consumer show companies show engineering samples. Rarely production models.


+1

AFAIK This monitor is vapor ware. Even emailing DELL multiple times they also have no clue on any release.
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I just consulted a very trusted source and the news is not good fellas redface.gif


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What is the problem....lifespan again, production cost or what.
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Check this out guys

https://www.chiphell.com/thread-1634193-1-1.html

"This stock dell official website of the US service message is December this year to January next year will Distribution, so please be patient landlord, there are a lot of people on this monitor has been coveted."
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Where is the Dell official website they are talking about?
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