^wow. 4k at 24"? parang overkill ang pagkadense ng pixel niyan. haha. pero i guess to compensate the price...
Actually ok yung monitor for photo and video editing since the resolution is high enough to display an 8 megapixel image on the whole screen without cropping. I'm sure many digital photography enthusiasts will find this monitor very useful and the color accuracy of the monitor will not disappoint them (see below):
"It employs a GB-LED backlight to support a wide colour gamut – 100% sRGB coverage, 99% Adobe RGB coverage and >NTSC coverage. It supports 8-bits (per subpixel) colour natively and uses additional Advanced Frame Rate Control (AFCR dithering) to provide a palette of 1.07 billion colours. It comes factory calibrated to a DeltaE of <2 and will hopefully provide a decent sRGB emulation mode as well. Hardware calibration is also supported using an X-Rite i1Display Pro which will directly address the LUT (Look-Up Table) of the monitor..."
The price now is still very expensive at USD 1.3K but given time when mass production of 4K panels ramp up, the prices will be much lower in the next 2-3 years. For those here who spend more than Php 100K on digital camera bodies, lenses, and accessories on a semi regular basis this monitor would be a good investment to think about :-)
For gamers the monitor to look out for is the Dell P2815Q which will be priced less than USD 1K. It is not an Ultrasharp model so it has less features than the 24-inch Dell UP2414Q. However the bigger screen size of 28.3-inches makes up for it, and you will get a better sense of "game immersion" compared to the 24-inch model. With a resolution higher than most triple monitor setups, you can probably get very playable framerates on the Dell P2815Q with a dual R9 290 Crossfire setup or a dual GTX 780 SLI setup. The monitor is capable of displaying its full resolution at 60Hz via DisplayPort 1.2 so its quite future proof for the next generation of monster videocards.
I just wish they offer one with Nvidia G-Sync built-in :-)
-- edited by sleepygeepy on Dec 04 2013, 01:26 PM