Mini-LED panels may be the future of television, computer monitors, smartphone and tablet displays, or even all of those. But that future isn’t here just yet. Not even close, in fact, as illustrated by the newly unveiled UltraSharp 32 HDR PremierColor professional monitor, Dell’s first such product to offer resolutions higher than the standard 1080p one. Not that much higher, mind you, as the device caps out at 1400p, also known as 2K or 1440p resolution. Don’t let the relatively mundane-sounding resolution cap fool you into thinking this is something to pick up on your way from buying groceries after realizing you forgot it’s Christmas Eve and your estranged kids are coming over tomorrow. First of all, situations like these are why they’re estrange in the first place, and secondly, the only way you can afford this thing is if your entire extended family chips in. As the Dell UltraSharp 32 is priced at $4999, which isn’t that crazy for a professional color-grading monitor, but it’s pretty unusual to see such a device that doesn’t even do 4K, at least in this day and age. Of course, the tech will improve rapidly, as tech tends to do, so this won’t be true for much longer. For more up-to date technology news kindly check out our tech news category or follow us on Facebook!