Product Comparison: Dell U2718Q vs Dell UP2718Q
- First and most obvious is the upgrade in resolution from 1080p to 4k.
- The text/image clarity is amazing compared to 1080p!
- Fantastic Monitor. Was really plug and play, with 4k.
- 4k Resolution has made working in Adobe programs so much easier.
- It's got a 5ms response time in gaming mode. This is crucial for competitive games.
- The monitor showed a very comfortable speed even with a Response time - Normal value.
- Great 4K HDR picture. With this resolution monitor is perfect for editing and watching.
- Looks beautiful. Picture is amazing. 4K at 27" seems to be perfect.
- 4K is a big difference from my old Full HD monitor.
- Pretty big response time for such a big price. Also 60Hz refresh rate is pretty weak.
- Dell has a slightly higher contrast ratio which is great for editing.
- Monitor is factory color calibrated. The U2718Q supports 99.9% sRGB coverage making it a great choice for photo/ video editing.
- The monitor offers many connectivity options including: HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2, mini DisplayPort, 6 x USB 3.0 ports and an audio out.
- IPS panels display much nicer than older TN style panels.
- IPS delivers better color and allows for a wider viewing angle before distorting the image.
- Overall, I'm very pleased with these monitors: bright, calibrated, wide color gamut and tons of adjustments should you so desire.
- The color rendition is excellent, there are predefined profiles and the ability to switch sRGB / Adobe, etc.
- Incredible peak brightness of this monitor help me with my photo editing job.
- Incredible reach and vibrant colors. Lot of adjustments.
- IPS panels is the greatest on the market. Amazing angles and colors.
- The Dell stand is much more flexible, even allowing for vertical orientation which is great when doing page layout work, especially posters.
- The stand is height, tilt, swivel, and pivot adjustable.
- Monitor is really beautifully designed with ultra thin bezels and a premium fit/ finish
- It's the only (affordable) monitor with HDR support.
- Adjustable height, tilt, and rotation via Pivot feature.
- The stand is solid with firm, well-damped movements. Tilt is 21° back and 5° forward, with 90° swivel to either side, and 5.4” of height adjustment.
- Can get a portrait mode where the panel sits right on the desk surface which is very handy.
- There are no internal speakers. To be honest, happy, this monitor doesn't have one of these terrible speakers.
- The UP2718Q’s OSD is extensive and includes a full set of calibration controls in the Custom Color mode.
- The control system is convenient and not addictive. When you press any of the five main keys, prompts appear on the screen.
- Dell has lot of USB ports, including 2 fast charging ports for charging iPhones/iPads etc.
- Lot of connection options. Easy connects to Mac. JUst be sure that your PC has HDMI 2.0 ports.
- Works well out of the box with my 2017 Macbook pro using a USB-C to DisplayPort cable.
- Supported natively by Windows 10 and the older graphics card I'm still using via displayport.
- The "Smart HDR" feature is greyed out in the menu if you don't connect via HDMI.
- On the left edge are two convenient USB 3.0 downstream ports.
- Audio is supported only by a headphone output which is very useful.
- The UP2718Q is KVM-capable with two upstream USB 3.0 ports along with four downstream connections.
- Plenty of connectivity options and possible to be connected to 2 PC at once.
- USB connection is not logical to which USB work with what connection.