Well, it seems Dell isn't content to sit idly on its 30 inch displays as it has just launched the new 30" model. The new screen will be called the UltraSharp U3011 and packs in a 10-bit IPS panel to help give the best possible colors for users via Dell's new PremierColor technology. The resolution will be 2560x1600 which is standard fare for a 30" screen, and since it is an IPS panel you will have 178 degree viewing angles. The response time is down to 7ms which is just a slight improvement over the past models. The dynamic contrast ratio is at 100,000:1, the static contrast ratio stays at 1000:1, and the brightness is at 370 nits. On the rear you will find two DVI-D ports, two HDMI ports, one DisplayPort, one VGA port, Component connections, a four-port USB hub, and a seven-in-one media card reader. The screen is 100% compatible with sRGB standards and 99% with Adobe RGB, plus you can finetune the colors to your exact specifications.
The Dell UltraSharp U3011 is available now for $1,499.