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Curious about it's DCI-P3 color coverage as that is important for HDR.. Might be lacking since they only mentioned SRGB coverage.
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Hopefully we can get it without the eye tracking and hood. Those are two things I'v never needed / wanted on a monitor.
What exactly is the point of using a hood on the monitor?

To keep ambient light off the screen which always helps with image quality.
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Curious about it's DCI-P3 color coverage as that is important for HDR.. Might be lacking since they only mentioned SRGB coverage.

So far all that has been released is: Quantum-dot technology provides brighter images and supports the cinema-standard DCI-P3 color gamut (25%-wider color range than sRGB) to make the colors more realistic than ever.

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Hopefully we can get it without the eye tracking and hood. Those are two things I'v never needed / wanted on a monitor.
What exactly is the point of using a hood on the monitor?

So nobody else can see you watchin Pron on the subway

Yeah like a really bad song on the radio that the station keeps repeating and repeating.
In time you find yourself tapping your foot and singing along.
It's like being programed.
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Accurate representation of the 384 zones.

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To keep ambient light off the screen which always helps with image quality.

Could be useful I guess. I thought it was a office privacy thing which confused me for a gaming monitor.

Off topic: I like your new sig rig monitor. Already committed, I see.

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Ya, they could do some amazing things with that FALD back light and ULMB. Hopefully they flesh it out properly.

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So far all that has been released is: Quantum-dot technology provides brighter images and supports the cinema-standard DCI-P3 color gamut (25%-wider color range than sRGB) to make the colors more realistic than ever.

Found this:

Color Saturation sRGB: 100%
Adobe RGB: 99%
DCI-P3: 96%
Rec. 2020: 82%

From: http://www.anandtech.com/show/11304/acer-announces-predator-x27-4k-144-hz-hdr-gsync

So... it appears that for the patient there's not much reason to get the new Dell HDR monitor aimed at creative professionals as this Acer will offer all that does, plus the 144hz and other gaming technologies.
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