Dell introduces two new 24″ monitors with support for touch and Windows Hello

Dell has announced two new monitors aimed at business users this week at CES. – The Dell 24 Monitor for Video Conferencing and the Dell 24 Touch.

While both monitors have the sam basic specs- 24″ Full HD displays, Dell has tweaked them both to reflect the needs of the market they address. The Dell 24 Touch for one has a touch screen and supports Windows gestures with anti-fingerprinting and glare ap[plied to the Display.

In contrast, the Dell 24 Monitor for Video Conferencing features camera features, with a built in camera which adds support for Windows Hello authentication and video conferencing.

The Dell 24 for Video Conferencing has the following highlight features

  •  Built-in 2 megapixel Full HD IR camera with privacy shutter, noise-cancelling microphone and dual 5W speakers.
  •  Certified to work with Microsoft® Skype for Business.
  •  Full HD screen clarity and consistent colours across a wide viewing angle ideal for group conferencing

In comparison, the Dell 24 touch has more features built around touch and display quality.

  •  Anti-glare touch panel reduces distracting reflection and fingerprints, improving viewing clarity.
  •  Unique articulating stand with height-adjustment, plus extended tilt and swivel capabilities lets user position the screen in the ideal position for touch navigation.
  •  Intuitive 10-point touch, compatible with Windows® 10 provides smoother navigation across the anti-glare surface.
Both Monitors, however, share the following features.
  •  Narrow bezels ideal for dual monitor setup.
  •  Dell Easy Arrange facilitates tiling of desktop applications to aid multitasking.
  •  Voice-activated Microsoft Cortana*** digital assistant allows hands-free initiation of simple tasks
  •  Dell ComfortView and anti-glare, flicker-free screen help optimize eye comfort

They will be available from the 12th of January 2017 and start at $329.99 for the Touch Monitor and $399 for the Non-Touch  Monitor.

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