Apple's Pro Display XDR has some competition from Dell. The new UltraSharp 32 6K is coming for the $5,000 Apple beast with its own high-resolution display with great color accuracy and HDR.
The Dell UltraSharp 32 6K measures 31.5-inches from corner to corner with a, well, ultra-sharp 6K resolution (exact pixel count wasn't revealed, but expect a 16:9 aspect ratio somewhere around 6000x3300). But unlike Samsung's leaning in on QLED and QD-OLED, Dell is going with an upgrade to the classic high-quality LCD panel: IPS Black.
First introduced late last year, IPS Black improves over traditional IPS with a wider viewing angles good color accuracy. IPS Black, as the name implies, also improves black levels by 41% and hits 99% of the DCI-P3 color gamut. Like the Apple Pro Display XDR, Dell is aiming the UltraSharp 32 6K at creative professionals that depend on accurate colors: graphic designers, video editors, and photographers. Or just folks that want the very best out of their displays.
Also included is a 4K HDR webcam with automatic subject framing so you'll look your absolute best on your compressed 720p Zoom calls — and an "automatic SafeShutter" to physically block the camera lens when you simply can't look your best. Ports-wise, the UltraSharp 32 6K has a pop-down front-facing set of USB ports, and you can hook it up to your computer with DisplayPort 2.1 or Thunderbolt 4 (which will also deliver a whopping 140W of USB-C Power Delivery charging).
How much will this pixel monster cost? A lot, I'm sure. We'll find out in the first half of 2023 when the Dell UltraSharp 32 6K finally launches.