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Duo New Super Slim HDR Monitor Dell Dental Performance In CES 2018

It feels very proud with the advancement of existing display technology like today, not only in terms of design but also so sophisticated hardware and software stretches that contain it can synergize and useful with many other supporting devices.
 
While responding to challenges and the need for quality displays, Dell is rumored to have just exhibited itself as one of the display manufacturers worthy of its existence and it is all expected to be missed through its participation in the event the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Thanks to the ultrathin brightness display in the world that is in its class, it seems Dell may feel proud of the results of this toil. There are at least 2 (two) display models that became the mainstay of the event, namely S2419HM 23.8 inches with 1920 × 1080 pixels and 27-inch S2719DM resolution with 2560 × 1440, and each has a frequency of 60Hz. Both have curved backs that are similar to Apple's all-in-one iMac system, but thinner, 29mm at the thickest point, and only 5.5mm at the thinnest. Although not adjustable height, but both can be made forward to 5 degrees and backward 21 degrees.

The new monitor also features the likes of Dell's InfinityEdge design as well as some laptops and 2-in-1 Dell devices, such as the XPS 13. In other words, the two display models are arguably presenting unlimited screen displays, things this is seen in the presence of in-plane switching (IPS) display panel extending to the end of the frame.
  
Both of these latest monitors have a peak brightness level of 600 nits (400 nits typical). Interestingly, only the largest 27-inch display model is newly equipped with VESA with DisplayHDR 400 certification, although both monitors are marketed as HDR-ready. Not only does it offer more than 99 percent of the sRGB color space coverage for accurate color reproduction and has a 5ms response time in Quick mode (8ms in Normal mode) both have connectivity options consisting of two HDMI 2.0 inputs, analog 2.0 inputs, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Scheduled to be available January 30 next, Dell reportedly will market the model S2419HM for $ 299.99 and also S7219DM model for $ 499.99
 
It feels very proud with the advancement of existing display technology like today, not only in terms of design but also so sophisticated hardware and software stretches that contain it can synergize and useful with many other supporting devices.
 
While responding to challenges and the need for quality displays, Dell is rumored to have just exhibited itself as one of the display manufacturers worthy of its existence and it is all expected to be missed through its participation in the event the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Thanks to the ultrathin brightness display in the world that is in its class, it seems Dell may feel proud of the results of this toil. There are at least 2 (two) display models that became the mainstay of the event, namely S2419HM 23.8 inches with 1920 × 1080 pixels and 27-inch S2719DM resolution with 2560 × 1440, and each has a frequency of 60Hz. Both have curved backs that are similar to Apple's all-in-one iMac system, but thinner, 29mm at the thickest point, and only 5.5mm at the thinnest. Although not adjustable height, but both can be made forward to 5 degrees and backward 21 degrees.

The new monitor also features the likes of Dell's InfinityEdge design as well as some laptops and 2-in-1 Dell devices, such as the XPS 13. In other words, the two display models are arguably presenting unlimited screen displays, things this is seen in the presence of in-plane switching (IPS) display panel extending to the end of the frame.
  
Both of these latest monitors have a peak brightness level of 600 nits (400 nits typical). Interestingly, only the largest 27-inch display model is newly equipped with VESA with DisplayHDR 400 certification, although both monitors are marketed as HDR-ready. Not only does it offer more than 99 percent of the sRGB color space coverage for accurate color reproduction and has a 5ms response time in Quick mode (8ms in Normal mode) both have connectivity options consisting of two HDMI 2.0 inputs, analog 2.0 inputs, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Scheduled to be available January 30 next, Dell reportedly will market the model S2419HM for $ 299.99 and also S7219DM model for $ 499.99
 

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