It is the first time that Dell took part in the National Association of Broadcasters conference in the form of a combined company. At the conference, the company introduced some new products that it will be bringing to the market. These products are targeted at the professional market, content creators and developers. The company has announced Dell Precision 5720 all-in-one along with other displays that come with 100% Adobe color among other features.
The Dell Precision 5720 all-in-one might not be something that the gaming community would be interested in but it is a great option for people that deal with photo and video editing as well as all other kinds of content that require color accuracy. This is a great all-in-one solution with a lot of power and nice sound as well. Dell has checked all the boxes here.
Besides the all-in-one, there are other stand-alone displays that have been made with creators in mind. These range from 4K to 8K and come in different sizes from 25-inches to 32-inches. Dell Precision 5720 all-in-one will cost you $1699. The stand-alone displays are cheaper depending on what you are going for and when I say cheaper I mean less expensive.
The Dell UltraSharp 25 monitor (U2518D) will cost you $499.99 and at the high-end, you have the Dell UltraSharp 32 8K monitor (UP3218K) costing $4,999.99. If you are wondering what kind of hardware you will need in order to power such a high-resolution workstation setup, then check out the three Nvidia Quadro GPUs that have been introduced for the professional market. According to Bert Park, senior vice president, and general manager, Dell Software & Peripherals:
“As the No. 1 monitor brand in the world, we deliver the latest, most innovative display technology to our customers to meet and exceed their expectations, whether that’s at work or at home,”
If you are a content creator and need an all-in-one solution, then the Dell Precision 5720 could be something worth looking into. It is interesting to see that the announcement of the all-in-one has been made just when we are getting word about an upcoming iMac refresh later this year. The last time a new iMac was announced was back in 2014.
Let us know what you think about the Dell Precision 5720 and whether or not this is something that you would be interested in.