Dell UltraSharp U4320Q Overview
The Dell UltraSharp U4320Q is a massive display, you hear 42.5-inches and you think yeah that is big, but this thing really is BIG! It dwarfs my 34-inch ultrawide, so you are definitely going to want to make sure you have enough desk real estate for this display. Most of the display is black with pretty thin bezels on all sides.
Under the front right of the display you’ll find the power button and four smaller control buttons for the on-screen menu system.
For being such a large monitor it is pretty thin, even the stand is thin. This means it should be able to sit pretty far back on your desk or flash against a wall if you are mounting it that way. On the left side of the monitor you’ll find a USB Type-A and USB-C connection. I love that you have a Type-C here as so many devices use USB-C these days.
The back of the monitor is pretty plain with just a small Dell logo towards the top. As far as connections on the back you have two HDMI 2.0, two DisplayPort 1.4, one USB-C, audio pass-through, and two USB Type-A. The Type-C input supports DisplayPort alt mode and will give you 90W of power delivery as well, so you can easily connect a laptop to this display.
Dell has improved their monitor stand with the U4320Q. For one it is really easy to install when you are first setting up the monitor. Next it allows you to easily adjust the height, tilt, and swivel the display. There is also a large hole towards the bottom for cable management.
Adjust the display is pretty much effortless. Below you can see how low/high the display can go and how you can swivel it left and right.