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Dell made a 75-inch 4K touchscreen blackboard for schools

By Koh Wanzi - on 24 Jan 2019, 11:35am

Dell made a 75-inch 4K touchscreen blackboard for schools

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Dell has announced a new screen, but it's more akin to a giant TV than a monitor. The Dell 75 4K Interactive Touch Monitor, or C7520QT, is a massive 75-inch, 4K IPS touchscreen panel that was designed to make teaching a more interactive process. It's great for collaborative work as well, as its support for 20-point multi-touch means that multiple users will be able to work on it at once. 

The new Dell monitor probably reminds you a lot of the Microsoft Surface Hub or Google Jamboard, but Dell isn't putting as much effort in on the software front. Instead, it looks like it's focusing on supporting existing software, and the screen is supposedly compatible with "virtually all industry-standard software". 

In addition, the screen features anti-glare and anti-smudge coatings, which should help improve clarity and reduce distractions in the meeting room or classroom. 

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The display also has something called Dell Screen Drop, which the company says is the world's first accessibility feature that can improve "reachability" for users working from different heights. This isn't as fancy as it sounds though, and there are simply buttons on the side of the display that lets users easily switch between three different height settings. 

The Dell 75 4K Interactive Touch Monitor will retail on 30 April at US$5,999 and will ship with two passive styluses.

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