There are only two days left until the annual consumer electronics exhibition and the whole world can expect a series of new electronic devices, including laptops and computers, from their giants and startups. DELL Introduces New ERA for Computers and Monitors CES 2020.
Dell, one of the pioneers in the computer field, launched a new line of PCs and monitors for all types of users. This new device will be part of Dell’s Latitude and XPS models.
This new PC and display will be equipped with artificial intelligence, 5G, and unique designs.
Dell has developed the new Dell 86 4K Interactive Touch Monitor with an interactive 85.6-inch touch screen for a fast and collaborative workplace. It will be available worldwide from April 10.
Another screen that will be available soon, especially on January 30, is a Dell UltraSharp 43 4K USB-C (U4320Q) monitor. This is designed to help employees increase productivity because they can connect up to four computers, so users can view content from each computer simultaneously. The price is $ 1,499.99.
Dell will also introduce the Dell UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C (U2720Q) monitor. Two variants will be available on January 30. That will range from $ 479.99 to $ 709.99. The Dell UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C monitor is designed for manufacturers who need rich, precise colors for their screens. Has a small and solid base for aesthetic desks.
During CES, Dell will also release P and E series monitors, which will be released on February 27th. This is an affordable Dell monitor for everyday use. The screen sizes of these lines vary from 19 inches to 27 inches.
“The PC industry has never been so dynamic with integrated AI, 5G and the best design we’ve ever seen. All of this helps make our lives easier and more satisfying,” Dell Client Solutions President said in a statement. Sam Bird Group.
Dell invites CES ID card holders to visit #DellExperience at SUGARCANE Restaurant at The Venetian to see all of Dell’s latest products.
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