It amuses our childish sense of humour that, on the Dell homepage for this monitor, a lady sits gazing at the monitor on the desk before her with what appears to be an astonished facial expression. As well she might: the U4320Q is a simply enormous monitor that takes some getting used to, even if you’re upgrading from a 34in display.
But who needs a desktop monitor this big?
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