These video conferencing monitors are equipped with a one-touch dedicated Microsoft Teams button. The monitors also have a pop-up 5MP IR camera and a dual 5W integrated speakers.
The newly launched Dell video conferencing monitors also boast of the noise-cancelling microphone. Other features include facial recognition sign-in with Windows Hello and hands-free experience with Microsoft Cortana.
There is also a ComfortView Plus feature that is claimed to reduce blue light emissions.
The monitors come with a starting price of $519.99 and will be available from February 16 onwards.
Dell has also launched Dell UltraSharp 40 curved WUHD monitor (U4021QW) and Dell UltraSharp 38 curved USB-C Hub monitor. The duo will go on sale on January 28 and has a starting price of $1,499.99.
The former is claimed by the company to be the world’s first 40-inch ultrawide curved WUHD monitor with 5120 x 2160 resolution. It is equipped with a 90watt power charging.
Dell UltraSharp 38 curved USB-C Hub monitor, on the other hand, has a WQHD+ screen and is integrated, 9watt speakers.
Similarly, Dell UltraSharp 24 and 27 USB-C Hub (U2422HE/U2722DE) monitors come with USB Type-C charging port with up to 90watt power. Both the monitors offer 10Gbps ports for quick transfers.
Dell has launched non USB Type-C models of both the monitors. All these four laptops will be available from March onwards and carry a price tag of $359.99 onwards.
The company has also unveiled Dell 65 / 55 4K interactive touch monitors (C6522QT/C5522QT). The duo features 20-point InGlass touch displays. Some of the features include screen drop and Dell Meeting Space solution for video conferencing.
Other devices launched by Dell are a rechargeable wireless mouse – Dell MS7421W, a multi-device wireless keyboard and mouse set- Dell KM7321W, and a mobile adapter – Dell DA310.