Today Dell kicked off CES 2017 early with the announcement of a new 27-inch monitor which has been built to compete with LG’s latest Thunderbolt monitor, which Apple promoted as one of the best options for the new MacBooks.

They claim that this monitor will be among the thinnest of the monitors in the world, but it also has some pretty decent specs.

The monitor has support for the HD10 content over its QHD 2,560 x 1,440-pixel resolution, with a 5ms response time, and a 99% sRGB coverage over those pixels.

Probably one of the coolest features of the display is that Dell has built the display with a USB-C hub.

The hub has been built into the base of the monitor instead of in the back of the display, like in the LG UltraFine monitor.

To top that off, this new display also uses a single arm to hold the Infinity Edge ultra-thin bezel display, with a 178-degree viewing angle, 400 nits of brightness and a 1000:1 contrast ratio.

The Dell 27-inch UltraThin monitor will be available in March for $700.

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