Dell is launching a new 23.8-inch monitor that swivels, tilts and has a tablet-like 10-point multi-touch screen.
The touch-screen monitor and swivel stand can rotate to your desktop to be used at a 60-degree angle, much like Microsoft’s Surface Studio.
However, unlike Microsoft’s Surface, Dell’s monitor does not have computer elements, so it is not a tablet or a 24-inch computer on its own. But when connected via the USB-C cable — which has a power supply of up to 90 W and Ethernet — it allows you to navigate your computer with the touch at a comfortable angle.
The Dell 24 Touch USB-C Hub Monitor can tilt, rotate, tilt
and rise or fall without interfering with the cables
Once the monitor is connected to the power supply and the Ethernet cable, simply connect the USB-C cable to your computer to enjoy high-speed connectivity and bypass your laptop charger.
The monitor booster also conceals the cables in the articulated bracket for better convenience and an elegant look.
The range of motion of the Dell 24 Touch USB-C Hub monitor. Dell/ZDNET
Therefore, the Dell 24 Touch USB-C Hub Monitor can tilt, rotate, tilt and rise or fall without interfering with the cables. The padding on the bottom edge of the monitor protects it from shocks due to repeated movements.
In addition to the Ethernet port, the monitor also has HDMI, DisplayPort 1.2 and downstream USB-A and USB-C ports. The Dell 24 Touch Hub monitor has built-in speakers on the top, an audio output and a joystick-like control on the back to adjust the parameters. The Dell Power Sync function also allows you to wake up and launch your Dell PC even if the laptop is closed.
The screen has a resolution of 1080p, but although it does not reach 4K, its price is quite reasonable (€ 520).
Source: “ZDNet.com “