Dell seems not to have gotten the memo that CES is actually short for "Consumer Electronics Show." With a few exceptions, the company has mostly used its time in Vegas this week to unveil business-grade products, including a 2-in-1, a budget notebook and a pair of wireless monitors yesterday and more monitors today. It's all a little dry, to be honest, but the standout in today's announcement is clearly the new UltraSharp 30, a 30-inch 4K monitor with a color-rich panel. All told, it reaches 100 percent of Adobe's RGB color gamut and 97.8 percent of DCI-P3, a color standard favored by video editors and animators. On the connectivity side, it has a USB Type-C port supplying video, data and power up to 100 watts.