Dell P2815Q 28 inch Ultra HD 4K LED Monitor (1000:1, 300 cd/m2, 3840 x 2160, 5ms, DP/HDMI)
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- Affordable Ultra HD Quality - experience 4x higher resolution than Full HD for pin sharp details
- Excellent Picture Quality - thanks to a high dynamic contrast ratio and brightness
- Expansive Display - plenty of space to see all of your applications
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The moment you turn on the P2815Q, you'll see the difference. With incredible clarity on an expansive screen, this Ultra HD (4k) monitor delivers an impeccable performance that defies its mainstream price.
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The monitor itself looks good, appearance matches the 24 inch monitor and has a similar tilt / swivel/ pivot stand, once i'd worked out how to link it up and select the mini-display port input it works fine. It comes with Dell display manager software, which allows the 4k screen to be divided up into regions.Seems to work well.
All criticisms are therefore general to any 4k monitor:
With Windows 7 you have to have the Display scaling the same for all monitors, so if you make the text big enough on the 4k one its clumsy on the others.I understand this is fixed from 8.1
As others have noticed the refresh rate is limited to 30Hz, not a problem for me but may be an issue for gamers.
I also found that running CAD software a lot of activity on the big screen caused weird artefacts on the others - I suspect I'm pushing things a bit far.
In general i found that 4k was rather too fine resolution or this size of display, I suspect an intermediate setting (maybe 2560 x 1440 but my driver doesn't support this) would be better.
Overall, it's not bad, and it's the cheapest 4K monitor around, but I wouldn't recommend it as it falls short of its promise.
Looks good, stand it excellent.
You get a Mini Display Port cable and a HDMI.
Once connected to the Display Port my Windows 8 operating system picked up the drivers and changed the resolution to 3840 x 2160
Input lag was noticed instantly, mouse moves sluggishly and sometimes unresponsive, on speaking to dell its lag is 200ms and cant be fixed with firmware.
The biggest let down the maximum 30hz it runs at, I was led to believe that it would deliver 60hz on Display Port, but it does not.
This is very noticable even playing Blizzards Hearthstone, imagine what it would be like on Crysis 3 etc....
I strongly recommend you do not buy this, as you will be disappointed.
Once calibrated it became usable, but white is still too white. Almost as looking through the fog. For 2D and CAD work is OK, but mouse is lagging compared to 60Hz second monitor.
If you want the best-est quality out-of-the-box - don't buy it. If you are on the budget and can live with monitor that is slow-ish and too bright, then go ahead. I would not recommend this to a friend or relative. Maybe to an enemy to see them suffer as I did through calibration process.
The input lag (The time it takes for you to move your mouse in real life, and it to then move on the screen) is HUGE. I have a £1200 gaming rig and this screen ruined it, returned it the day I got it, simply not suitable for gamers DO NOT IGNORE THIS IT REALLY ISN'T!
Mac pro fully kitted attached to it, 64gb ram, dual radeon 700s, octocore - and this screen refresh slower than my olivetti back in the 90's.
Yes, the image quality is amazing, but what good is it when you can't even move the mouse across the screen without at least 200ms lag? Everything feels sluggish and even writing a word document quickly becomes an exercise in frustration. I can't believe Dell is even selling this.
To be able to get as much information on the screen as I am able is fantastic. Refresh rate is not a problem at all (even under overhead fluorescents) as I don't play games on it. Have not experienced any mouse lag; I did wonder whether that was to be an issue after reading some reviews but certainly under Linux it is not a problem......mouse is responsive and quick.
Overall, for programming and web dev. it is brilliant!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was very disappointed. This monitor has the resolution, unfortunately there is a perceivable lag especially when using the mouse. Read morePublished 4 months ago by B Herbert
I bought two of these. One came faulty and one went faulty after six weeks. Dell will not repair, replace or refund the cost. They just keep putting me off hoping I will give up!Published 7 months ago by JOHN T.
Love the size great picture. The 4K picture is really clear shame you cant use 4K screen for playing modern games. Otherwise is a great monitor.Published 10 months ago by Stuble
From my past experience with monitors, I would class myself as your average joe middle of the road type person when it comes to experience, knowledge etc.. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kyler Phillips
Mouse lag makes this unusable. It unfortunate, but no matter what mouse settings/resolution settings I set, the mouse does not respond properly, making this basically unusable.Published 12 months ago by christa
The monitor itself is okay, but I must stress for people who want to use it for gaming that it is ONLY 30HZ! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Toon91
Seriously good monitor for the price. Something these cheaper IPS monitors do suffer from is having a poor viewing angle but I've got a £1000 Dell U3014 next to it and it is... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Chris
This monitor is excellent value for money if you appreciate it's aimed at the non gaming market,I use this with a Surface Pro 3 and Photoshop and the pictures look stunning after... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Makes a Good Hi definition Slide show frame for your photos, but no good for anything that moves.Published 12 months ago by Mark T