Dell Releases First Ever OLED Monitor

Dell OLED Monitor

Monitor Enthusiasts Rejoice as Dell First Ever OLED Monitor.

Have you ever wondered why your Samsung Galaxy screen looks so vivid? Have you ever walked into your Best Buy and saw that paper thin LG TV with crazy contrast? Well, those devices use a technology called OLED or Organic Light Emitting Diode. OLED has been in the works to replace older LCD displays for quite some time. Because it creates it’s own light, OLED benefits from infinite contrast and super vivid colors. It’s also one of the reasons why your phone has been getting thinner and thinner.

Enter the Dell UP3017Q, a boring name, certainly, but this monitor is a game changer. The UP3017Q sports a 4k resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, a nearly non-existent response time, and a bunch of nerdy specs for us geeks to drool over. This monitor is looking more and more like the Rolls Royce of computer displays. It also, unfortunately, looks just as expensive coming in at $3,500. Still, for those enthusiasts and early adopters out there, this monitor will surely put a smile on your face.

You can check out the monitor here: