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The super-thin Dell S2718D is capable of HDR and has USB-C connectivity that supports power delivery

By Ng Chong Seng - on 3 Jan 2017, 4:43pm

The super-thin Dell S2718D is capable of HDR and has USB-C connectivity that supports power delivery

Dell S2718D (Image source: Tom's Hardware.)

LG isn’t the only one showing off HDR-capable desktop monitors at CES 2017; the just-announced Dell S2718D is another HDR-capable monitor that visitors at CES will see this week.

A 27-inch, 2,560 x 1,440-pixel IPS monitor framed with ultra-thin “InfinityEdge” bezels, the S2718D is capable of covering 99% of the sRGB color space (sorry, no DCI-P3), touts a brightness of 400 nits, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, and 6ms response time, and is equipped with USB-C connectivity capable of 45W of power delivery for charging compatible notebooks. The latter and other connections like HDMI 2.0 and audio line-out are all housed in the base, thus enabling Dell to keep the display itself extremely thin.

Priced at US$700, the Dell S2718D is expected to ship in March in the U.S.

Source: Tom’s Hardware.

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