Although there really isn’t any 8K content in the world, that isn’t stopping Dell from introducing the world’s first 8K monitor.

Dell UltraSharp 32-inch Ultra HD 8K monitor comes with a tears of joy inducing 7,680 x 4,320 resolution that adds up to an baffling 33.2 million pixels. Of course, with such a high pixel count you’re going to have to heavily increase the magnification factor on Windows 10, as the Start Menu is about the size of a business card.

There’s the tiny Start Menu on the bottom-left corner

On top of offering 16 times the resolution of Full HD, the UP3218K can display 1.07 billion distinct colors – 64 times the 16.9 million colors seen on a standard Dell monitor. Additionally, the monitor supports a 1,300:1 contrast ratio and a 60hz refresh rate.

The only thing more mind blowing than the quality of the monitor is the $4,999 (about £4,070, AU$6960) price you’ll have to pay for this beauty.

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