A bevy of new Dell productivity monitors that include USB-C connections and 65 W power delivery
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All seven new monitors sit within Dell’s P-series range and feature the three-sided slim bezel design that we’ve come to expect from the company. The P-series are classified as productivity monitors with the sorts of comfort and usability features that you would expect in a work environment. The stand allows for tilt, swivel, and height adjustment showing proper ergonomic credentials, and the area of the stand's base is now approximately 23 percent smaller compared to the previous models reducing desktop (or monitor platform) footprint. The thin side bezels make it easier to move from one monitor to another in a multi-monitor setup, and Dell’s ‘Easy Arrange’ feature helps with aligning screens.
Dell apparently had the idea of using these slim-bezel monitors in a dual-monitor setup too, and they offer an adjustable monitor stand with quick attach/release compatibility for the P-series. If keeping the two monitors aligned isn’t your ideal setup then you can take advantage of the independent pivot, tilt, swivel, and height adjustment. Although the stand and quick release setup is optimized for the P-series, it is also compatible with 19 to 27-inch monitors with VESA mounts.
The four standard monitors come in 22, 23, 24, and 27-inch arrangements, while the USB-C versions come in 22, 24, and 27-inch options. Dell states that their USB-C monitors conform to USB-C specifications and can deliver up to 65 watts of power. They allow daisy-chaining two FullHD monitors via DisplayPort 1.2.
Standard I/O (Available from 25 June)
- P2219H – US$230
- P2319H – US$260
- P2419H – US$280
- P2719H – US$360
USB-C I/O (Available from 23 July)
- P2219HC – US$280
- P2419HC – US$330
- P2719HC – US$420
Dual-Monitor stand (Available from 19 June)
- MDS19 - US$190
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