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43-inch Dell monitor – Actually four monitors in one

You’ve always wanted a desktop covered with monitors — your own personal command center to control multiple computers, watch the game, and play Xbox all at the same time. But actually hooking up multiple monitors could be a logistical nightmare. Enter the Dell P4317Q: a 43-inch, 4K screen with four video inputs so you can have four screens in one.

Businessman seated at desk using Dell Wyse 3000 Series zero client for Citrix (Model 3002), Dell P4317Q widescreen flat panel monitor, and Dell KB813 Smartcard Keyboard, with female colleague in desk across from him.

Businessman seated at desk using Dell Wyse 3000 Series zero client for Citrix (Model 3002), Dell P4317Q widescreen flat panel monitor, and Dell KB813 Smartcard Keyboard, with female colleague in desk across from him.



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While the new $1,350 monitor (roughly £918 or AU$1,876) is primarily targeted at financial traders and software developers who need charts, graphs or a whole lot of code on screen at any given time, it’s got the ports for other use cases as well: two HDMI 1.4 sockets; DisplayPort and Mini DisplayPort; and a VGA jack for legacy applications. You can assign each port to any corner you want, place two side by side or even fill the entire screen with the push of a button, according to Dell’s product page.




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Audio is piped to a pair of 8W speakers, and there’s a headphone jack if you need. If you use the DisplayPort, it should support 4K resolution at 60 hertz, fast enough for many PC games.





With a fairly average 8 millisecond grey-to-grey response time and an 82 percent color gamut, the P4317Q likely won’t be terribly impressive visually, but Dell does claim wide-viewing angles of 178 degrees in any direction.

We’ve never seen a monitor quite like this, and it’s a smart idea from Dell. You may or may not know that every 4K screen is technically the same as four 1080p screens — but you’ve never been able to put four separate video sources in each corner of a giant 4K screen until now.

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