So far, we’ve seen companies tease or release some of their products early for CES 2017, and the latest comes from Dell with the announcement of their 27 Ultrathin monitor, which as the name suggests, it has one of the thinnest display profiles on a desktop monitor. The reason why the display is so thin is because Dell moved all of the hardware for the display down at the base, just like an all-in-one machine.
The monitor measures in at 27-Inches diagonally, and it has a Quad HD resolution (2560 x 1440) and it also supports HDR, but Dell is quick to say that it isn’t the same HDR standards that you’d find on a 4K TV. Regardless, they’re saying that it’ll support higher contrast ratios and better color range than most consumer monitors, and it also supports up to 99% of the SRGB gamut.
The screen also pivots on its stand, which lets you adjust its angle. Also according to Engadget, the screen can be seen from just about any angle, bright colors pop on the screen, and there’s a wonderful depth to complex imagery. There is also a USB-C connection with power support, HDMI 2.0, and an audio line out port.
The Dell 27 Ultrathin monitor will go on sale starting on March 23rd, and it’ll retail for about $700. There is more to come with CES coming up, so stay tuned to TechDependent as we will be covering the show in great detail. To read up on the news that has already happened, click here.