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Use touch for better ways to work together with Dell’s new touchscreen monitors

By Ken Wong - on 11 Jan 2021, 3:32pm

Use touch for better ways to work together with Dell’s new touchscreen monitors

The 55-inch display is the entry-level model. Image courtesy of Dell.

With businesses needing increased productivity and improved collaboration companies like Dell are looking for ways we can use technology to work more efficiently.  

Now, team collaboration is made easier with the inclusion of touch in their new Dell 65 (C6522QT) and Dell 55 (C5522QT) 4K Interactive Touch Monitors. The 20-point InGlass Touch enables multiple users to simultaneously write or draw in real-time with virtually zero lag. Users can annotate with their fingers, write with a stylus, or even erase written content using the palm of their hand.

At the same time, users need not fear that they may smudge the display or leave palm marks on the display thanks to a new PalmRejection feature meaning users can rest their hands onscreen without any fear.

The new Dell collaboration monitors also integrate with Dell Meeting Space Solutions, allowing users to create a complete conference room ecosystem with hardware, software and collaboration devices combined.

They also include Dell ComfortView to reduce blue light emission and optimise eye comfort for hours of use.

Collaboration is easier when you go big. Image courtesy of Dell.

Use USB-C and get up to 90W of power delivery so users can charge a connected laptop and reduce desktop clutter.

 

Pricing and availability

Both the Dell 55 Interactive Touch Monitor and Dell 65 Interactive Touch Monitor will be available for sale in Singapore on March 31. Pricing will be announced closer to date.

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