Dell introduced the first 40-inch ultra-wide curved monitor designed to improve productivity and content creation chores. The UltraSharp 40 curved WUHD monitor (U4021QW) has a resolution of 5120 x 2,160, so it is much wider than regular 4K monitors but not as wide as some gaming monitors.
At the same time, it can hold a complete 4K video (3,840 x 2,160), while allowing you to show the controls of the video application to the side.
UltraSharp 40 “provides wide color coverage and excellent color performance”, although Dell did not disclose any information about HDR, so it may not support it.
It also provides 90W power charging for the PC through Thunderbolt 3, while allowing fast data transmission via super high-speed USB 10Gbps and RJ45 Internet.
It will arrive on January 28, 2021 for a price of US$2,100.
Dell will not forget people who use collaboration tools such as Microsoft 365 or Klaxoon to design or brainstorm.
It introduced 55-inch and 65-inch 4K interactive touch monitors with a 20-point “InGlass” touch function.
They allow multiple users to write or draw in real-time with “almost zero delays” at the same time, and with the new palm rejection feature, you can even put your hands on the display. There is no price for these displays, but they will go on sale on March 30, 2021.