Experience the latest technology with the DellTM UltraSharp U2713H 68.47 cm (27") high-performance monitor for consistent colours right out of the box.
• Remarkable screen clarity: WQHD, up to 2560 x 1440 resolution and a 120% colour gamut1.
• Stunning colour precision and performance: U2713H with PremierColor comes factory colour calibrated to support 99% AdobeRGB which enables brilliant and accurate colour hues and saturation. Six axis colour control enables further user customization, professional colour critical work.
• Superb user experience: Convenience is at your fingertips with multiple connectivity ports, including USB 3.0, DisplayPort 1.2, mini-DisplayPort, DVI-DL (HDCP) and HDMI.2
Features Get exceptional screen performance with Dell PremierColor
• Consistent, accurate hues: Experience stunning colour precision right out of the box with factory-colour calibration.
• Industry colour standards: Meet professional design standards with 99% AdobeRGB and 100% sRGB at a deltaE of less than 2.
• Custom colour adjustments: Tweak shades to your preference of saturation or hue with Dell Custom Colour. Or choose to further calibrate the monitor with the optional X-rite i1DisplayPro colourimeter, which allows you to access a 14-bit LUT (look-up table) via the Dell UltraSharp Colour Calibration Solution software.
• High colour gamut and depth: A 120% colour gamut1 and 1.07 billion colours helps enable smooth gradation of colour and razor sharp details.
Enhance your overall viewing experience
• Multiple connectivity options: Connect PCs and accessories seamlessly with USB 3.0, DisplayPort 1.2 mini-DisplayPort, DVI-DL (HDCP) and HDMI.2
• Flexible viewing: Adjust the monitor to your most comfortable setting with tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustability features.
• Dell Display Manager: Improve productivity with Smart Video Enhance, Auto Mode and Easy Arrange software applications.
• Premium Panel Guarantee: Receive a free panel exchange should you experience a single bright pixel on your monitor.
• Solid warranty and service: Get 3 years Advanced Exchange Service & Limited Hardware Warranty.
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