Only in front of CES 2017, Dell has uncovered another 27" Ultrathin Monitor (S2718D). Guaranteeing to have the "world's general most slender profile". Regardless of this to some degree ambiguous claim and an absence of genuine measurements as such. This magnificence beyond any doubt is thin.
With a level sponsored outline, insignificant angle and a basic yet enunciated swiveling pivot. The screen lodging itself seems to be a smooth and appealing supplement to the 27" board. The base of the unit appears to contain a large portion of the Ultrathin Monitor's guts. With controls at the front and ports at the back for some OCD-mitigating desktop tidiness.
Dell's yet to uncover the full specs of the S2718D, yet the Quad-HD (2560 x 1440) show bolsters. A higher complexity proportion and shading range than most purchaser situated screens. And it expressed 178-degree seeing edge demonstrates this is presumably an IPS board. It's likewise pressing Dell's adaptation of HDR (High Dynamic Range). Which "plans in view of the PC client" yet won't exactly contend with the HDR offers in 4K TV's.
The S2718D will be accessible in the US for $700 from March 23 2017. With overall accessibility and evaluating to take after.
We'll upgrade this story with the unit's full specs once they've been authoritatively discharged.