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Dell debuts new 27-inch U2713HM monitor: its first AH-IPS panel (Update)

Mat Smith, @thatmatsmith
August 8, 2012
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What's this? Appearing on its Japanese blog, ahead of any English language announcement, Dell's new monitor pairs a backlit LED with a 27-inch AH-IPS display. The U2713HM marks the company's first Advanced High Performance IPS panel, which cranks viewing angles up to 178 degrees and adds Dell's name to a pretty exclusive list of manufacturers. The screen can output up to 2,560 x 1,440 (WQHD) resolution, with Dell promising a 37 percent reduction in energy consumption compared to the preceding U2711. If you've got HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA or DVI-D, you'll likely be well-prepared for the monitor, which also has a four-port USB 3.0 hub embedded. However, that high-quality panel corresponds with a suitably high price tag; on the other side of the Pacific, the U2713HM has been marked up at 50,000 yen and is available starting today.

Update: Dell has now announced pricing for Australia (not the US, as we previously stated, we're still waiting for it to appear in the store here.) This UltraSharp slab will set you back just shy of 800 bucks down under at the source link below.

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