CES 2020 | Dell announces massive 86-inch 4K interactive touch monitor

All images via Dell
All images via Dell
The Dell 86 4K Interactive Touch Monitor is a monster 85.6-inch touch display targeted at boardrooms and collaborative workspaces. The monitor supports 20-point multitouch, allowing multiple people to work at the board at once. It also supports an array of ports.
Sam Medley,

Dell is about to spruce up your boardroom.

Announced at CES today, the Dell 86 4K Interactive Touch Monitor (C8621QT) is, as the name implies, an 85.6-inch 4K touchscreen display. The monitor is meant for collaborative work in a boardroom or meeting space as it supports 20-point multitouch and is tailored for hand and finger input. Users can scrawl notes with a finger and erase markings with their palms.

The monitor also offers a fair bit of connectivity. A USB-C port on the back supports display in and power delivery, so users can power their laptop while showing their device’s screen on the larger screen. There are also RS232, RJ45, and HDMI CEC ports as well as support for TCP/IP. The display also has two 20 Watt speakers underneath for presentation with audio.

Dell includes a 3-year Advanced Exchange Service that can be extended up to 5 years, as well as an optional ProSupport service. The Dell 86 4K Interactive Touch Monitor will be available on April 10, 2020. The price has yet to be determined.



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Sam Medley, 2020-01- 2 (Update: 2019-12-17)
Sam Medley
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