Dell is making some big waves with its monitors, especially for professionals. The two new 24-inch monitors announced today by Dell are unique: one comes with Windows Hello, and the other has touch support.
The two monitors are identical in specifications and their size; they both have Full HD 1080 panels and have an anti-glare film, so you don’t have intrusive reflections annoying you while using these displays.
The model with touch support has a few additional features; it has an anti-fingerprint coating and also comes with a narrow bezel. Additionally, it comes with a stand that offers some great height adjustment and swivel capabilities.
The touch controller supports ten touch points and therefore has full support for Windows 10 gestures.
The monitor with Windows Hello support, on the other hand, is meant for those who frequently make video calls. It has a 1080p FullHD camera built-in, along with the IR sensor for Windows Hello and a privacy shutter.
There’s also an integrated noise-cancelling mic with 5W speakers which means this monitor brings all the audio as well as video solutions built-in.
The display also has a wide viewing angle which is good for a video conference with a room full of people who can look at the screen from any angle. The display also has support for Microsoft Skype for Business which is an added advantage.
The two monitors are specifically designed to serve different purposes. The touch display can be used for presentations or perhaps to design your next piece of art, while the monitor with a built-in camera that supports Windows Hello is great for video conferences.
The two monitors go on sale together on 12th of January; the touch monitor goes for $330, while the one with a 1080p camera and Windows Hello goes for $400.