Dell exhibits P2416D monitor

Dell exhibits P2416D monitor

The US computer maker Dell has taken the wraps off a new display called P2416D. What’s  unusual about this display is that this is a mainstream monitor that works at 2560 x 1440 pixels (WQHD resolution) so the end result is you get high resolution, as well as some nice technologies, for low price.

The new Dell P2416D comes with IPS technology inside and covers 99 per cent of the sRGB color space. Although this is a mainstream monitor the installed 24-inch display comes with most technologies that you may expect from it such as wide viewing angles (although they weren’t specified), a DisplayPort 1.2 connector, HDMI 1.4, D-Sub, a 4-port USB 2.0 hub and a stand that allows tilt and height adjustments. In addition Dell provides a free panel exchange if there’s a bright pixel discovered within the 3 years of warranty that the monitor comes with.

The Dell P2416D will be on the market at the end of April 2015 in various Asian and European regions. The display will be yours for USD 369.99.

Source: Dell

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