Dell’s got a new 24″ touchscreen monitor with an awesome Surface-like mount

    When Microsft released the Surface Studio, it featured a brand new hinge design that allowed the display to lay flat, not everyone wants the compromises of that device. A far more practical and appealing solution is the have a similar mounting option while connecting it to the computer of your choice.

    This new monitor is designed to provide a clutter-free, interactive experience that serves as a productivity hub—regardless of whether it is being used in retail, warehousing, home or in the office.

    This new display from Dell offers just that, a 24″ touchscreen display that connects by USB-C. Things get even better when you learn that this is one of those fancy monitors with a hub built in and that USB-C hub can power laptops with up to 90 Watts of power.

    That dock also lets you easily connect to a variety of devices with extensive connectivity ports, including display port, HDMI, and quick access SuperSpeed 5Gbps USB ports.

    The monitor offers a fairly standard 1920×1080 resolution and being an IPS display offers great viewing angles and 99% sRGB coverage means you’ll be seeing the best of colours in your photos, games and anything else you use it for.

    You can enjoy interactivity with up to 10-point touch, meaning you can easily annotate, zoom, flick, swipe, drag, pinch and tap with up to ten fingers on the screen at the same time.

    The display offers 100x100mm VESA mounting if you do want to connect it to a standard monitor mount, but I think most that buy this display will leverage the tilt angles of -5° / +60°.

    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021

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