Dell Ultrasharp 27 4K Premier Color(UP272OQ) Review

Dell Ultrasharp 27 4K Premier Color(UP272OQ) Review

Wellcom to the Dell Ultrasharp 27 4K Premier Color(UP272OQ) Review. The monitor comes with a built-in colorimeter that may be used to calibrate the display. This powerful tool, combined with features such as two Thunderbolt 3 connections, earns this UltraSharp model our latest Editors’ Choice among professional monitors.

Although you pay more than you would for a monitor without this capability, for many photographers and photo editors, the extra cost may be well worth it.

Let’s see the Dell Ultrasharp 27 4K Premier Color(UP272OQ) Review

Design and Features:

The Dell UP2720Q display has a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels and a density of 163 pixels per inch. Images, text, and icons are all crisp thanks to IPS technology.

The built-in colorimeter can be calibrated to work with popular color spaces as closely as feasible. The built-in Thunderbolt 3 connector can offer up to 90W of power. It allows you to transport data and power additional displays. Front picture of the Dell UltraSharp 27 4K PremierColor (UP2720Q).

The IPS panel has a resolution of 3,840 by 2,160 pixels, which is UHD (also known as 4K). Picture-by-picture for two sources is supported by Dell, however, picture-in-picture is not. The DCI-P3, BT.709, sRGB, Adobe RGB 65, and Adobe RGB 50 color spaces can all be used with the panel.

Ergonomically Splendid:

With a 5.1-inch range of height adjustment, the Dell UltraSharp 27 4K PremierColor (UP2720Q) boasts great ergonomic credentials. The monitor measures 22.2 by 24.1 by 8.3 inches and weighs 31 pounds with its stand extended to its full height. The connections are all in the rear, facing downward, but this isn’t an issue with this monitor.

Screen Quality and Colour Accuracy:

The Dell UP2720Q display features a spectacular sRGB gamut of 99.8%, Adobe RGB space of 96.1 percent, and a DCI-P3 gamut of 95 percent. The default brightness of 155cd/m2 is enough for clarity but not excessively bright to cause eye fatigue. The panel’s color temperature of 6,872K is a little high, which means the colors on this display are a little chilly.

Monitor Calibration, Simplified:

Six small physical buttons on the sloping edge of the bottom bezel control the UP2720Q’s on-screen display. Color space, brightness, input source, and a slew of other common characteristics can all be tweaked. This is a fantastic tool for a design or video-editing business that wants to calibrate its monitors regularly without having to involve its team.


  • It has a built-in calibration tool. 
  • Color accuracy is excellent. 
  • Thunderbolt 3 ports on both sides 
  • OSD navigation is simple and intuitive. 
  • Controls for height, tilt, swivel, and pivot


  • The CalMAN software that it integrates with is not included in the price. 
  • For a professional display, the brightness is too low. 
  • The contrast ratio that was tested was significantly lower than its rating.


The Dell UltraSharp 27 4K PremierColor (UP2720Q) is one of the few monitors in its price range that include a built-in calibration tool, which automates and simplifies the work of maintaining color accuracy on a panel.

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