CES 2022, January 4 – Dell has unveiled a lineup of new monitors today at CES. Headlining the new products is the 32-inch 6K UltraSharp Monitor with powerful 140W charging for laptops, impressive I/O hub, 4K webcam, 99% DCI-P3 colorspace after Samsung announced a compelling alternative to Apple’s Studio Display yesterday. Dell is out with the details on its new monitor that’s got many of the same features of Apple’s Pro Display XDR and goes beyond it with a number of specs.

Dell says its 32-inch 6K UltraSharp Monitor is the first in the world to arrive with IPS Black technology. That’s touted as delivering advanced contrast with up to 41% deeper blacks, better color accuracy, and more. Features that stand out when comparing this new monitor to Apple’s Studio Display or Pro Display XDR include Thunderbolt 4 connectivity that comes with a built-in I/O hub, 140W passthrough charging for MacBooks and other laptops, integrated 4K webcam, and even a hidden front-facing pop-out USB-A/C hub.

Dell 32-inch 6K UltraSharp Monitor specs

  • 31.5-inch 6K panel (6144 x 3456), IPS Black technology with HDR 600 certified, 2000:1 contrast, 99% DCI-P3 and 100% sRGB.
  • Integrated 4K HDR CMOS webcam with adjustable with 20-degree tilt, Dual 14W speakers and dual noise-canceling mics.
  • Thunderbolt 4/USB-C hub with 140W charging for laptops, 2x Thunderbolt 4 ports, 3x USB-C ports, 2x USB-A ports, HDMI 2.1, mini DisplayPort 2.1, 2.5Gb Ethernet port, Security lock slot and pop-out front-facing ports include two USB-C and one USB-A,
  • Connect two computer sources with picture-by-picture and picture-in-picture support a and Compatible with Mac and Windows.

Dell says the 32-inch 6K UltraSharp Monitor is slated for launch in the first half of 2023. We don’t have pricing details yet, stay tuned for more.