Today I will be taking a look at the largest monitor I’ve ever had the change to review, the Dell UltraSharp U4320Q. This 42.5-inch IPS display features a 4K (3840×2160) resolution, USB-C connectivity, the ability to connect up to 4 PCs at once, and a new and improved stand. Dell is touting this monitor as the ultimate productivity monitor and we can see why. For one the 4K resolution on the 42.5-inch screen will give you quite a lot of real estate and secondly this monitor can take input from up to 4 systems with picture-by-picture or picture-in-picture modes. This means that you could effectively replace 4 1080p monitors with just this single display! I’ve been using this monitor for the past few weeks so let’s see if its improved my productivity.
The Dell UltraSharp U4320Q comes in a massive box as it is quite a large monitor. The box barely fit on the table where we normally take product photos!
The box is actually one of the ones much like a TV where you can remove most of the box quite easily, this makes getting the monitor out pretty simple. Inside you’ll find the monitor, stand, power cable, USB-C cable, HDMI cable, DisplayPort cable, screws for a VESA mount, and a quick start guide.