Called the Dell 27 USB-C Ultrathin (S2719DC), Dell claims this new monitor is "the world's brightest 27-inch" display in its class, coming in at 600 nits of peak brightness. But the real attraction is just how thin it is: 5.5mm at the edges (though that does peak at 29mm at its thickest point). Combined with Dell's usual InfinityEdge design, which brings super-thin bezels to the table, and the monitor looks pretty sleek.
As its name suggests, powering everything is a single USB-C cable that can be used to provide video, data, and power all at once. The company's signature CinemaColor tech is here as well, which it claims can provide richer colors, and the display itself is certified as a DisplayHDR 600 monitor.
The Dell 27 USB-C Ultrathin monitor is set to go on sale on September 20 at a price of $549.99.
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.
The first two Snapdragon 7c PCs are here, and they start at $299 with LTE
Along with a slew of announcements for the education market this week, Microsoft debuted the first two PCs to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 7c platform. Both are targeted at the education market, and they bring LTE for as little as $299.
Need a laptop with a Thunderbolt 3 port? Every PC here deserves a look.
Looking for a new laptop that has Thunderbolt 3 ports? Well, you're in luck, as we've rounded up what we think are the best Thunderbolt 3 enabled laptops available to buy today.
Windows 10 build 19546 arrives for Fast ring with graphing calculator
Microsoft pushed out another new Windows 10 Preview build for Windows Insiders on the Fast ring today. This build brings the build number up to 19546, and it includes a new graphing mode for the Calculator app.
These are the best ultrawide PC displays available today
We take a look at some of the best ultrawide monitors you can buy and why you would want to invest in one of them. When you need some additional screen real estate, you'll want to consider one of these beauties.