What you need to know
- Dell announced three new P-series monitors.
- The monitors can all tilt, swivel, and adjust to fit different workflows.
- The Dell 27 4K USB-C Monitor and Dell 32 USB-C Monitor are available now, and the Dell 34 Curved USB-C Monitor will be available from October 21.
Dell announced several new monitors today, including three P-Series monitors. The Dell 27 4K USB-C Monitor (P2721Q), Dell 32 USB-C Monitor (P3221D), and Dell 34 Curved USB-C Monitor (P3421W) are all versatile monitors that can tilt, swivel and pivot the fit people's workflows. The Dell 27 4K USB-C Monitor and Dell 32 USB-C Monitor are available starting today for $620 and $600, respectively. The Dell 34 Curved USB-C Monitor will be available from October 21, starting at $800.
The Dell 27 4K USB-C Monitor is a 27-inch 4K monitor with more than 8 million pixels. It features USB-C for data, audio, video, and up to 65W of power charging. The display features thin bezels around three sides and a viewing angle of 178 degrees.
The Dell 32 USB-C Monitor features a 31.5-inch QHD display. Like the rest of the new P-series monitors, it supports USB-C power charging up to 65W and can use the same port for audio and video.
The Dell 34 Curved USB-C Monitor has a 34-inch display. Its 21:9 aspect ratio and 3800R curvature allow you to fit more onto your screen at once. The curved monitor also supports a unique feature, the option to connect to two PCs at once and show content from both computers at once using Picture-in-Picture. You can also control both PCs using a single mouse and keyboard. Dell's new curved monitor is not listed on the company's website at this time, but should appear closer to its release date.
Dell 27 4K USB-C Monitor - P2721Q
This 4K monitor has over 8 million pixels. With USB-C, it supports data, audio, video, and up to 65W power charging through a single port.
Dell 32 USB-C Monitor - P3221D
This QHD monitor has a 31.5-inch display. It supports data, audio, video, and up to 65W power charging through its USB-C port.
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So, no link for the monitor that forms the headline of the article?
Dell did not provide a link in its press release and the monitor wasn't listed on Dell's website at the time of publication. Dell did, however, include a description and details about the monitor, which are included in the article.
Would have been interesting that the PiP feature mentioned in the very headline was at least explained a bit. Nice clickbait. You work at writing clickbait, lying to people. How do you sleep at night?
Dell didn't share any more details in its press release. Sorry I couldn't report more. I shared the info provided by Dell and will follow up as more comes in.
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