Dell has expanded its monitor offerings with the introduction of the P3424WEB, a 34-inch curved display aimed at professional users and emphasizes video conferencing capabilities. This monitor was designed to meet the demands of remote work and virtual meetings.

One of its standout features is a 2K QHD webcam equipped with a larger sensor, promising high-quality video playback even in dimly lit environments. The addition of two microphones with noise-cancellation technology further enhances the audio quality during virtual meetings. Users can easily protect their privacy by manually covering the webcam with a built-in shutter and muting the microphones using a dedicated button.

The Dell 34 Curved Video Conferencing Monitor (P3424WEB) boasts a 3,440 x 1,440 resolution, making it suitable for multitasking and content creation. Its 34-inch IPS panel delivers accurate and vibrant colors, covering 99% of the sRGB color space. The monitor has a refresh rate of 60 Hz and a response time of at least 5 milliseconds, making it adequate for both productivity and casual gaming. Its ergonomic design allows users to adjust the screen’s rotation, tilt, and height, and it supports VESA mounting (100 x 100 millimeters) for additional flexibility.

Connectivity options are abundant, with multiple USB ports, including three USB 3.2 Type-A and one USB 3.2 Type-C ports. Notably, the P3424WEB features a built-in KVM switch, facilitating seamless switching between two image sources. It accepts image signals via HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB-C, making it compatible with a wide range of devices. Moreover, the USB-C port can deliver up to 90 watts of power, allowing users to connect laptops or mini PCs with a single cable.

In its online shop, Dell has priced the P3424WEB at just under $949.99 and offers it as a Microsoft Teams and Zoom-certified monitor. With its focus on video conferencing, high-quality display, and advanced connectivity options, the P3424WEB is a versatile solution for professionals seeking an all-in-one display for work and virtual meetings.

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