The Dell 43 Multiclient Monitor, also known as the P4317Q, is designed for the future of professional computer users and hard-core gamers, both of whom are looking for more immersion and information from their displays. Before the Dell 43, in most cases, these gamers, stock traders and marketing pros would have had to invest in two or three displays, each showing a different output, with various conversion and synchronization problems as a result. The Dell 43 takes care of all of these problems by focusing many outputs within a single display.
Four-Panel Monitor Display
Instead of purchasing two or three separate monitors, people in need of a multichannel display now have the much more convenient and cost-effective Dell 43. The 43-inch monitor certainly has the capacity to display a single screen quite well, maxing out at 3840×2160 pixels. However, its true added value is the ability to showcase up to four separate desktops at once, running all those desktop displays at 1080p.
No longer do professional computer users have to worry about matching different resolutions and color calibration schemes from different monitors. Moving a document or a window from one display to another is a snap, and the information retains its look no matter which display it is on.
The Best Professional Monitor Ever?
Dell certainly spared no expense stuffing the 43 Multiclient full of features outside of its four-panel display. The Ultra HD 4K2 (3840×2160) max experience that comes with the single-screen display matches the cutting-edge specs of any commercial desktop monitor on the market today. However, Dell brings even more convenience and value to its new release with z matte finish that helps reduce the strain on eyes and the glare of the monitor.
Connectivity at Its Best
Professional computer users can take advantage of an RS-232 port that allows remote management along with a legacy VGA 15 pin DSUB port, four USB 3.0 ports, dual HDMI, DisplayPort 1.2 and a miniDisplayPort. You can configure four completely separate systems all on the same monitor as long as you have the correct video ports running on each system.
The P4317Q also has two 8W speakers built directly into the console. Even with all this audiovisual power, the Dell 43 Multiclient Monitor spends 30 percent less energy than comparable displays out today.
The Dell 43 Multiclient Monitor is available now at an MSRP of $1,349.99.
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