Dell made a monitor with a dedicated button for Microsoft Teams

The monitor has a dedicated button for Microsoft Teams

Dell 34 video conferencing monitor
Dell 34 video conferencing monitor

Dell is announcing its newest curved monitor, the C3422WE. Created to address the needs of remote collaboration, the C3422WE hosts a number of features like a noise-canceling microphone, dedicated Teams button, improved security features, and more.

The C3422WE is a video conferencing monitor aiming to provide seamless collaborations for remote working teams or individuals. With its dedicated Microsoft Teams button, users can instantly connect to other team members. Keeping privacy in priority, Dell hides the monitor’s 5-megapixel IR camera in a pop-up mechanism. It’s coupled with dual 5W built-in speakers for audio and a noise-canceling microphone for enhanced vocal quality.

To achieve the perfect viewing angle, users are given the option to tilt, swivel, and adjust the height of their monitor. Dell will also be offering different mounts and stands, including VESA, to suit all kinds of workspaces.

The built-in multitask mode allows two PCs to connect to the monitor. Content can be projected at the same time through either Picture-by-Picture (PBP) or in Picture-in-Picture (PIP). Users will also only need a single mouse and keyboard to access both connected PCs. Connecting the monitor can be done through either USB-C or RJ45.

Never let your desktop look cluttered again with the Easy Arrange feature. With it, users will be able to tile different apps across either single or multiple screens. Dell also provides 38 pre-set window partitions to help users in multi-tasking. Additionally, longer working hours won’t pose problems to eye health as the display carries ComfortView Plus. This is an always-on feature that reduces blue light emissions which are known to be harmful to the eyes.

Dell’s video conferencing monitors will be available in three sizes – 24, 27, and 34 inches, priced $519, $719 and $1149 respectively. It will be available starting February 16th. 

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