Dell UltraSharp U4320Q 42.5-inch 4K Monitor Review

Final Thoughts

If you want to be productive this is definitely the monitor for you! It is so awesome that you can have so much displayed on the screen at once with the UltraSharp U4320Q. Right now I am writing this review, have the product page open, I’m watching a YouTube video, and I have my Twitter feed all visible! I love the fact that I can have four 1080p quadrants on this display, it really allows me to be productive and stay on top of things. On top of the massive screen real estate this display also gives you picture-by-picture or picture-in-picture for up to four different clients. So if you need four different systems displayed on once screen you can do that here as well. It can replace four 1080p monitors, which will definitely save some space.

You have quite a lot of inputs on this display including two HDMI 2.0, two DisplayPort 1.4, and one USB-C which supports DisplayPort alt mode and will give you 90W of power delivery as well. So you can easily connect a newer laptop to this display no problem.

Another thing I really like about this display is the pixel density. Most 4K monitors you have to use scaling to be able to read text and other things, but with this display you don’t need to use scaling at all.

Dell has improved the stand on this monitor and it gives it height adjustment, which you really don’t see on displays this large. It is pretty much effortless to move the display up and down, tilt it, or swivel it. The stand also echoes the built quality of this display, which is excellent. Dell Displays have always been known for their build quality and the UltraSharp U4320Q is no different.

Now if you are a gamer this is likely not the display for you. It was pretty painful going from our 100 Hz ultrawide to this 60 Hz display. Also the 5 ms response time isn’t the best for fast-paced games. Again, this is not marketed as a gaming display so we really can’t fault Dell for this.

At the end of the day if you are looking at productivity the Dell UltraSharp U4320Q has it all, the screen real estate, lots of input options, great build quality, and much more! Right now this display is selling at our favorite online retailer for $1099. Overall ThinkComputers gives the Dell UltraSharp U4320Q 42.5-inch 4K Monitor a 9 out of 10 score!

– 43 inches and 4K resolution
– Pixel density
– Can connect up to four independent clients
– USB-C input with 90W of power delivery
– New and improved stand
– Easy to use OSD menu

– Not really made for gaming
– No built-in KVM

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