Dell is releasing five new monitors, and there’s something for everyone.
It’s a little bit of an understatement to say that recent global events have had an impact on how we work and do business, and Dell knows this all too well. As such, the company is releasing three new monitors to help you get your work done, no matter where you are.
Dell’s New Monitors for a New World of Work
In a press release, Dell announced five new monitors: the Dell 14 Portable Monitor, the Dell 24 and 27 Video Conferencing Monitor, the Dell 27 4K UHD USB-C Monitor, and the Dell 27 USB-C Monitor.
First up is the Dell 14 Portable Monitor. It’s touted as the perfect travel companion to a laptop, with a lightweight design, a 16:9 aspect radio, and USB-C connectivity. It will ship on August 31st, 2021 for $349.99 USD.
Then there are the Dell 24 and 27 Video Conferencing Monitors. These come with a special ‘pop-up webcam’ that only deploys when you activate it, so you can be certain nobody is peeking through at you during your downtime.
Speaking of which, it comes with AMD FreeSync technology and a 75Hz refresh rate for an optimal gaming experience once work is done.
The 24-inch model will cost $439.99 USD, while the 27-inch comes in at $599.99 USD. Both models will release on September 7, 2021.
Finally, we have the big dogs: the Dell 27 4K UHD USB-C Monitor and Dell 27 USB-C Monitor. These monitors are a laptop’s best friend, as you can condense all of your cables into one. With one USB-C cable, you can transmit audio and video from the laptop to the monitor. Meanwhile, the monitor can use the cable to charge your laptop, with a capacity of up to 65 watts.
The regular 27-inch model weighs in at $499.99 USD, while the 4K UHD one is $619.99 USD. These both release on August 19, 2021.
Be Sure to Monitor These Monitors
In response to the huge shift in working from home, Dell is releasing five new monitors to suit the modern-day WFH business person. Fortunately, they’re all releasing in the space of a month, so you don’t have to wait long to get your hands on your own.
If you’re not sure what ‘WFH’ means, it’s shorthand for ‘work from home.’ The term became popular after people were forced to work at home after the global pandemic.
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