Dell has today announced the release of three new monitor’s that they say have been “reimagined” with touchscreen functionality, including the Dell 20 Touch Monitor(E2014T), Dell 23 Touch Monitor (P2314T) and Dell 27 Touch Monitor (P2714T), the new monitor’s come in a range of sizes and with a range of features, however all of the monitors include new MHL connectivity to allow users to connect up a smartphone or tablet and display their content on the big screen.
First on the list is the Dell 20 Touch Monitor, which features a 19.5 inch screen with a 1600 x 900 HD resolution, with a 2 millisecond response and a 8 million: 1 contrast ratio. There’s also ports for MHL, DisplayPort, HDMI, VGA and USB.
After which is the Dell 23 and Dell 27 touch monitors, both of which include similar specs to the Dell 20, but have a few added features alongside it.
One of which is a 10-point touchscreen alongside an ultra-wide 178 degree vertical and horizontal viewing angle, and lastly the ability to rotate up to 60 degrees.
As you can probably also guess, the Dell 23 has a 23 inch screen and the Dell 27 has a 27 inch screen.
The Dell 20 is available in the US, Canada and Latin America from today for $249.99, launching in Europe and Asia-Pacific regions from September 26th.
Alongside which the Dell 23 and Dell 27 are also available in the US Canada and Latin America from today, priced at $699.99 and $449.99, respectively, they will also be available in Europe and Asia-Pacific from September 18th.