Dell enriches product list with five new monitors

Dell-new-S-SeriesDell has been making and selling monitors for a long time now so it comes as no surprise that the US tech giant has unveiled five new monitors that belong to the company’s S series. The new monitors range from 27-inches all the way down to 21.5 inches, sport Full HD resolution and offer a bang for the buck.

Starting from top to the bottom we have the 27-inch S2740L (399 USD) and the 24-inch S2440L for 100 USD less. Both monitors offer adjustable bases, IPS panels, edge-to-edge glass and HDMI and VGA ports but the S2740L is the only monitor of the two that comes with DVI.

Moving down the price line we have the S2340L (23 inches), the S2240L (21.5 inches) and the S2240M (21.5 inches) – all of them come with IPS panels too and the same Full HD resolution. The monitors also feature brightness of 250 cd/m2, 1000:1 contrast ratio and a gray-to-gray response of 7 ms but they lack DVI just like the S2440L. The S2340L monitor will, however, get an M version soon that will offer DVI. Prices of these three start at just 199 USD.

All monitors come with Dell’s own Display Manager software too, which allows you to configure presets for specific applications.

You can see more detailed information or order the monitors at Dell’s web site.


Source: UK.Hardware.info

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