Enlarge / Dell’s UltraSharp U3223QE is a 31.5-inch IPS Black monitor. (credit: Dell)

Dell announced two new models in its popular UltraSharp monitor lineup on Thursday. The displays have been a favorite of office workers, creatives, and—because of their USB-C connectivity—Mac users. Now, LG Display is introducing what it’s calling “IPS Black,” which will come to Dell’s lineup in the UltraSharp 32 (U3223QE) and 27 (U2723QE) 4K USB-C Hub Monitors.
What is IPS Black, and should we expect it to give the monitors an edge over the competition?
First, what is IPS?
To understand IPS Black, a new type of IPS panel, it helps to have a basic understanding of IPS, or in-plane switching. IPS is one of the three types of LED panels in PC monitors and TVs, alongside VA (vertical alignment) and TN (twisted nematic).Read 22 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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