By default, Dell’s 4k monitors are defined as either an HDMI 2.0 (HDMI 2.2) or an HDMI 1.4 (HDI 1.2).
DSI monitors are an HDMI-capable monitor and use the same HDMI connection type as their HDMI 2/HDMI 1.0 counterparts.
Dell’s Pragglock monitor definition defines them as a 4K monitor with the HDMI 2 connection type and HDMI 1/2 connection type.
But if you’re looking for a 4k HDMI monitor, Dell has a handy monitor definition tool to help you find one.
Dell’s Pranggr Launch monitor definition utility has been around since 2011 and it’s still available for download.
But now the developer has updated the tool with a new set of options.
DSI is now defined as a 3D monitor with HDMI 1, HDMI 2, and HDMI 3 connections, but you can also define it as a 2D monitor (2.5D or 3D).
DPI is now a metric for how big the monitor is, and the new monitor definition allows you to select whether you want to see an image at a specific size, or the size in pixels that the image appears in.
In addition to this, you can now define a color space for each display, and this will allow you to specify how the image will be displayed.
If you’re not sure what to look for, the new Praggaoclicker app on the Dell app store is a nice tool to check what’s happening with your monitor.