Dell last week announced three new video conferencing monitors that let you instantly join Microsoft Teams meetings.
The last year has changed the way we work so much that it is almost unrecognizable. As we are forced to work from home, many of us are actively looking to transform our work experience with the perfect home office setup. This has led tech companies to rethink traditional attitudes and diversify their offerings to suit how people work today.
The lineup is made of three products – the Dell 24-inch Video Confrencing Monitor (C2422HE), Dell 27-inch Video Conferencing Monitor (C2722DE), and Dell 34-inch Curved Video Conferencing Monitor (C3422WE).
Each monitor features a pop-up 5MP IR camera, dual 5W integrated speakers, and a noise-canceling microphone; and allows users to join Microsoft Teams meetings with the touch of a dedicated button.
The system also lets users log in using facial recognition sign-in with Windows Hello, and hands-free commands with Microsoft Cortana. All of the monitors also feature ComfortView Plus, a feature that significantly reduces blue light emissions.
Dell’s video conferencing monitors will be available from February 16, 2021, and will be priced at $519.99 USD (24-inch C2422HE), $719.99 USD (27-inch C2722DE), and 1,149.99 (34-inch curved C3422WE).
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