Dell has announced the launch of its S Series of monitors. The Dell S series of monitors are available in 27-inch, 24-inch, 23-inch and 21.5-inch sizes. The Dell S Series monitors have panels that can tilt easily up to 4 degrees forward or 21 degrees backward, and offers a maximum full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 in an ultra-wide 178 degrees/ 178 degrees viewing angle.

As per an official statement released by the company, the new S Series monitors feature advanced panel technologies, which support ultra-wide viewing angles. The new Image Enhance feature improves visual quality. The Dell Display Manager also aids productivity with fast access to software such as Auto Mode, which lets you select your preferred preset modes for specific applications. 

The Dell S Series Monitors

The Dell S Series Monitors

The S2240L/M and S2340L monitors are virtually borderless, while the S2740L and S2440L monitors are almost frameless.

Dell’s S Series monitors will be available for sale directly from the official Dell website.

Here are some of the specifications of the monitors:
S2740L 27-inch monitor with LED

  • 27-inch wide (69cm) VIS with LED backlight
  • Full High definition, 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz
  • In-plane switching panel technology
  • 178 degree/ 178 degree (vertical/horizontal) wide viewing angle
  • 8million:1 (typical) mega dynamic contrast ratio
  • VGA, DVI-D (HDCP), HDMI and USB ports

S2440L 24-inch monitor with LED

  • 24-inch wide (61cm) VIS with LED backlight
  • Full High definition, 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz
  • Vertical alignment panel technology
  • 178 degree/ 178 degree (vertical/horizontal) wide viewing angle
  • High contrast ratio of 5000: 1 (typical)
  • 8million:1 (typical) mega dynamic contrast ratio

S2340L 23-inch monitor with LED

  • 23-inch wide (58cm) VIS with LED backlight
  • Full High definition, 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz
  • In-plane switching panel technology
  • 178 degree/ 178 degree (vertical/horizontal) wide viewing angle
  • 8 million:1 (typical) mega dynamic contrast ratio

S2240L/M 21.5-inch monitor with LED

  • 21.5-inch wide (55cm) VIS with LED backlight
  • Full High definition, 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz
  • In-plane switching panel technology
  • 178 degree/178 degree (vertical/horizontal) wide viewing angle
  • 8 million:1 (typical) mega dynamic contrast ratio

It was recently announced that the Dell XPS 10 will be one of the machines to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 SoC. The XPS 10 boasts of a 10-inch multi-touch screen with enhanced viewing angles, giving a good multimedia experience. The accessories give this tablet its business focus. A QWERTY keyboard dock is fully detachable. All-day battery capability exists thanks to a Snapdragon processor.  

The ARM processor-based XPS 10 is designed to run Microsoft’s upcoming Windows RT operating system. The XPS 10, as per a post on Dell's Official Corporate blog, is available in a slick package that brings together long battery life with a mobile keyboard dock.

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