Dell has unveiled two new monitors that are characterized by a very thin design, the specs ain’t bad either. The Dell 24 Ultrathin Monitor (S2419HM) and the Dell 27 Ultrathin Monitor (S2719DM) at its thickest point are 29 millimeters thick, while the thinnest point measures 5.5 mm.
Both models support HDR content playback. The S2419HM has a 23.8-inch screen with a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080. The S2719DM is a 27-inch screen with a maximum of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The refresh rate is 60 Hz, the aspect ratio is 16: 9 and the contrast ratio is 1000:1. The viewing angles are 178 degrees.
These displays have a rated maximum brightness of 400 cd/m2, however, are listed as allowing peak brightness of 600 cd/m2 . Other common features include more than 99 percent sRGB color gamut and 85 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut that can be displayed. Both models are HDR-ready, the S2719DM has a VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification. This means that the light intensity is at least 400 nits. The S2419HM has the same backlight (LED), which makes it unclear why there is no certification for this model. There are two HDMI-in 2.0 ports, a power connection and an analog 2.0 audio line-out (3.5 mm jack). The foot of the S2419HM and S2719DM can tilt five degrees and 21 degrees. The bezels are very thin.
The S2419HM and the S2719DM will be available worldwide from January 30th. In the United States, the 23.8-inch version costs $ 299.99, while the 27-inch model will cost $ 499.99. The company promises later with a European price.