Dell’s UltraSharp Monitors Redefine Work and Play in 2023

  • Dell's new UltraSharp monitors offer 120Hz refresh rates, perfect for gamers and professionals seeking smoother and more responsive visuals.
  • Eye-friendly features reduce harmful blue light and adapt to ambient lighting, enhancing comfort during extended screen use.
  • The video conferencing monitor range caters to remote work, with integrated webcams and advanced communication features for virtual meetings.

In a tech-savvy world where professionals and gamers seek the perfect display for their tasks, Dell has stepped up to the plate with a quartet of UltraSharp monitors that promise to offer the best of both worlds. These new monitors combine high refresh rates, eye-friendly features, and connectivity options that will undoubtedly pique the interest of South African consumers. With prices starting from as low as R7,205.00, Dell is making a statement about the evolving demands of monitor technology in 2023.

A Visionary Shift in Refresh Rates

Dell is renowned for its commitment to offering professional-grade displays, but this time they are also setting their sights on the gaming community. The latest UltraSharp monitors have taken a significant leap in refresh rates, offering a buttery-smooth 120Hz experience, double the 60Hz found in previous models.

These monitors’ high refresh rates have traditionally been synonymous with gaming, promising gamers an experience that is not just immersive but also razor-sharp. The advantages of a 120Hz display are unmistakable, especially for competitive gamers who demand the utmost precision and responsiveness.

Eye Comfort Takes Center Stage

While Dell’s UltraSharp monitors have always been synonymous with color accuracy for professionals, the new lineup goes further by incorporating features aimed at reducing eye strain and enhancing visual comfort. The company acknowledges the importance of spending extended hours in front of a screen, whether for work or leisure, and has accordingly introduced several measures to make this experience easier on the eyes.

Reduced “Harmful Blue Light”: One notable feature is the reduction of “harmful blue light” emitted by these monitors. Blue light, a high-energy visible light, has been associated with digital eye strain. Dell’s new UltraSharp monitors promise to emit significantly less of this troublesome light, resulting in a more comfortable viewing experience, even during extended screen time.

Ambient Light Sensing: To further enhance comfort and minimize eye strain, these monitors come equipped with built-in ambient light sensors. These sensors intelligently analyze the ambient lighting conditions in your room and adjust the monitor’s brightness and color tone accordingly. This feature ensures that the screen remains easy on your eyes regardless of the lighting conditions in your workspace.

Meet the Lineup

Dell’s new UltraSharp monitor lineup comprises four models – two 27-inch monitors and two 24-inch monitors, each with its unique set of features and specifications to cater to various user needs. Here’s a closer look at each one:

27-Inch Monitors

Dell UltraSharp 27 Monitor (U2724D)

  • Price: Starting from R9,120.00
  • Resolution: 1440p
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Color Spectrum: Covers 98% of the DCI-P3 color spectrum

Dell UltraSharp 27 Thunderbolt Hub Monitor (U2724DE)

  • Price: Starting from R12,349.00
  • Resolution: 1440p
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Thunderbolt 4: Offers a Thunderbolt 4 port that can charge compatible laptops with up to 90W of power
  • Connectivity: Offers an array of USB-C and USB-A ports for connectivity, as well as DisplayPort 1.4 and an HDMI 2.1 port with VRR support

24-Inch Monitors

Dell UltraSharp 24 Monitor (U2424H)

  • Price: Starting from R7,205.00
  • Resolution: 1080p
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz

Dell UltraSharp 24 USB-C Hub Monitor (U2424HE)

  • Price: Starting from R8,739.00
  • Resolution: 1080p
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • USB-C Hub: Offers a USB-C port that can carry video and data and provide up to 90W of charge

While both 24-inch monitors feature the same resolution and refresh rate, the U2424HE model offers additional connectivity options and power delivery through its USB-C hub.

Gaming, Work, and Beyond

The introduction of 120Hz monitors into Dell’s UltraSharp series reflects the growing importance of high refresh rates in both gaming and professional contexts. Gamers will undoubtedly appreciate the smooth and responsive gameplay experience offered by these monitors, while professionals will benefit from the enhanced visual comfort, color accuracy, and connectivity options.

In the past, choosing a monitor often meant compromising on features. Gamers had to sacrifice color accuracy and ergonomic features, while professionals had to settle for lower refresh rates. With Dell’s new UltraSharp monitors, that dilemma is a thing of the past. These monitors are designed to meet the demands of modern users who want a display that’s equally adept at work and play.

Video Conferencing Monitors: A New Frontier

Dell isn’t stopping at gaming and professional displays. They are also rolling out a trio of video conferencing monitors, recognizing the increased importance of remote work and communication. These monitors have features tailored for seamless video conferencing experiences.

24-inch Model (P2424HEB)

  • Price: Starting from R9,689.00
  • Resolution: 1080p
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

27-inch Model (P2724DEB)

  • Price: Starting from R13,299.00
  • Resolution: 1440p
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

34-inch Model (P3424WEB)

  • Price: Starting from R18,010.00
  • Resolution: 1440p
  • Aspect Ratio: 21:9 (Ultrawide)

These monitors come with substantial bezels that house dual speakers, microphones, and 2K webcams, making them the perfect solution for professionals who conduct virtual meetings regularly. The range covers various sizes and resolutions to suit different workspaces and communication needs.

Pricing and Availability

Dell’s new monitor lineup offers something for everyone, from the budget-conscious consumer to the professional seeking the latest in display technology. Here’s a breakdown of pricing and availability for these monitors:

Monitor ModelPrice (Starting From)Availability Date
Dell UltraSharp 24 Monitor (U2424H)R7,205.00Available from Nov 9
Dell UltraSharp 24 USB-C Hub Monitor (U2424HE)R8,739.00Available from Nov 9
Dell UltraSharp 27 Monitor (U2724D)R9,120.00Available from Nov 9
Dell UltraSharp 27 Thunderbolt Hub Monitor (U2724DE)R12,349.00Available from Nov 9
Dell 24 Video Conferencing Monitor (P2424HEB)R9,689.00Available from Nov 30
Dell 27 Video Conferencing Monitor (P2724DEB)R13,299.00Available from Dec 7
Dell 34 Curved Video Conferencing Monitor (P3424WEB)R18,010.00Available Now

Please note that prices are subject to change and may vary based on specific retailer promotions and configurations.

Dell’s new UltraSharp monitors are a testament to the company’s commitment to meeting the evolving needs of its users. Whether you’re a gamer, a professional, or someone in need of a powerful video conferencing solution, Dell’s latest lineup has something to offer. With advanced features, high refresh rates, and a commitment to visual comfort, these monitors are set to make a significant impact in the South African market in 2023. Get ready to experience the best of work and play on one screen, as Dell continues to push the boundaries of display technology.

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