Dell is doing exceptionally well in its current stream of marketing. It has recently announced its 28-inch Ultrasharp P2815q and the 24-inch Ultrasharp Up2414q, having the benefit of featuring the Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolutions in the 16:9 angle proportion. Dell is now moving its expertise in the direction of the freshly discovered 21:9 ultra wide aspect ratio. According to the details revealed by Expreview, Dell has some plans which have been leaked through reliable sources. It seems that the company is now getting into play for another 34-inch display. This version seems to have an unusual resolution which is a bit too high. It has to be taken under consideration that with a bizarrely high resolution such as this, a percentage of the Ultra HD crowd could easily be under the danger of being charmed away. Dell has rolled out its all new U3415w and this one has been equipped with native resolution of 3440 x 1440. This one has the same Y-axis as WQHD with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, yet much wider.
It would be quite evident after some basic calculations that it is still an unstable 40 percent lower pixel count as compared to the Ultra HD. The U3415w purportedly offers an IPS LCD panel which comes from LG. The display this time may as well offer a better than average middle-ground between the present $400-ish 27-inch WQHD screens, and the four-figure >30-inch Ultra-HD ones which are coming to fruition.
Source: Expreview | News Archive