Dell launched a new monitor, the Ultrasharp 30 OLED. This high-end monitor adopts a 30" 4K OLED panel and features a 0.1 ms response time, 100% AdobeRGB, narrow-bezel design and USB-C connection. The UltraSharp 30 OLED will ship by the end of March 2016 for $4,999.Dell UltraSharp 30 OLED photo

Dell said that it developed special technologies to compensate for image-burn in (using pixel-shifting) and the relatively short OLED lifetime (using a presence detector that switches off the display when no one is in front of the monitor).

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Finally

I'm trying to absorb the fact that OLED PC monitors are now coming within consumer reach. My body is ready.

CRT to OLED

Finally a monitor that can TRULY! Replace my old graphic CRT panel

Don't be too excited. Yet

Don't be too excited. Yet another experimental attempt similar to Sony XEL-1.

Burn-in problem prohibit use OLED as monitors. Those who buy ans taste 'OLED with ghosts' monitora or laptops, will quickly return to LCD.

Any supplier information?

Does anyone know of the supplier (e.g., SDC, LGD, etc.)?

Too big and expensive, but still great

Too bad it’s too professional, too big and too expensive. 24" OLED monitor with 8-bit colors could easily cost at least twice less.

But anyway, we are now in a new era of OLED monitors, and that’s really great.

More mature technology and usable size

OLED technology is much more mature these days. And 30" is somewhat more usable in practice than 11". ;-)

supplier

I would rather think it's Sony ... they still sell professional OLED monitors in that size.

TINY

If you want PUNY TINY monitors... get a 22" CRT. Gratz.

And it only took them about

And it only took them about 15 years.

(Which is when I first heard about OLED monitors. And people said they would be right around the corner...)

Electromagnetic emission, etc.

CRT suffers from electromagnetic emission, inevitable blur, low contrast, and phosphor persistence. Needless to say, there are no 4K CRT monitors. You cannot be serious about that.

And I believe 24-27" is an optimal size for a computer monitor.

Just about your post

Just about your post otherwise I could write pro for a long time: no motion blur, 15-25x higher contrast from lcd, phosphor persistance yes but it is fastest from from all displays ever and that by far the best tech still for motion. Waiting for oled, for price to drop is has to be mass produced and replace in it pathetic lcd tech.

Cancelled

The Dell UP3017Q OLED monitor has reportedly been cancelled according to Les Numériques.

A new product formally planned to be released this spring is the 8K (LCD) UP3218K monitor which is unlikely going to really hit the market too.