Dell's first 37.5-inch ultrawide curved screen monitor

Posted by Tech News On Wednesday, July 5, 2017 3 comments
Adding to the current lineup of monitors designed for multi-client and dual-monitor set ups like the Dell 43 Ultra HD 4K Multi-Client Monitor and Dell 34 UltraSharp Curved Monitors, Dell introduced the company’s first 37.5-inch ultrawide curved screen monitor.
The Dell UltraSharp 38 Curved Monitor (U3818DW) is ideal for financial customers, engineering and other segments looking for a well-designed monitor and expansive screen to boost multitasking and productivity. With a panoramic WQHD screen that delivers approximately 25 percent more viewing content than a 34-inch WQHD 21:9 monitor, users see outstanding visual detail and vibrant, consistent color. Users can view applications between two PCs simultaneously and manage content with a single keyboard and mouse with the convenient KVM feature. With Dell Display Manager, the monitor allows users to customize screen layout for viewing multiple applications side-by-side with Dell Easy Arrange or to work on multiple tasks simultaneously with Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture features. The monitor also features a convenient single cable with 100W USB Type-C connectivity that transmits power, audio and video between the laptop and monitor. Integrated dual 9W speakers power a full video editing experience or lifelike gameplay, while 99 percent sRGB factory calibration delivers accurate colors, right out of the box.

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