Dell releases Windows 8-oriented display

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Excited about Windows 8 but lacking a touchscreen?

Dell has released its all-new S2340T multitouch display on the US market, making it the first multitouch display with a flexible design. The Dell S2340T is based on an IPS LCD panel for an ultra wide viewing angle of 178/178 degrees and has a LED-backlight for better contrast and low power consumption.

The Dell S2340T has been specifically optimized for Windows 8 and comes with a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, brightness of 270 cd/m2, 1000:1 typical contrast ratio and 8 000 000: 1 dynamic contrast ratio. Connectivity options include DisplayPort, HDMI inputs, Ethernet and USB 3.0. The monitor also has an integrated web camera, microphone and speaker.

Ideal for use with Windows 8 the monitor offers interactive experience and offers a flexible multi-position stand – the user can tilt the monitor back and forward or make it completely flat for playing interactive games or drawing.

The Dell S2340T is available now on Dell’s web site for USD 649.99 per unit.


Source: Toys2Boys

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