Dell’s 75-Inch 4K Display with Multitouch: A Rival for Microsoft Surface Hubby Anton Shilov on May 14, 2019 5:00 PM EST
Dell has started sales of its 75-inch 4K monitor supporting multi-touch capabilities, and combined the device with a set of interactive features. The new Dell 75 4K Interactive Touch Monitor is designed to enable interactive work by groups of people and could therefore compete against Microsoft’s Surface Hub product series.
Dell’s 75-inch 4K Interactive Touch Monitor (C7520QT) uses an IPS panel featuring a 3840x2560 resolution and an ‘InGlass’ touch surface supporting up to 20 touch points simultaneously. Other characteristics of the display are in line with general office LCDs: it has a 350 nits brightness, a 1200:1 contrast ratio, 178-degrees viewing angles, a 8 ms response time, and so on.
The monitor supports a rather massive number of input ports, including one DisplayPort 1.2, a D-Sub (VGA), and three HDMI 2.0 connectors. In addition, the 4K Interactive Touch Monitor has an Ethernet, a quad-port USB 3.0 Type-A hub, a serial port, and 20 W speakers.
Since the Dell 75-inch 4K Interactive Touch Monitor is only a display, not a complete PC like Microsoft’s Surface Hub, it can be used with any PC providing some additional flexibility. Meanwhile the company offers its OptiPlex Micro PC that can be integrated into the display. The company also has a special display manager utility to control the LCD.
Dell’s 75-inch 4K Interactive Touch Monitor is currently available in Japan for ¥598,000 ($5,457) without taxes. Earlier this year Dell said that the C7520QT will be available in the USA this Spring starting at $5,999.99.
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Sources: Dell, Dell Japan, PC Watch
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PeachNCream - Tuesday, May 14, 2019 - link20 watt speakers sound pretty good for screens integrated equipment. Of course this is a big presentation monitor so it needs to be able to create some volume, but I am impressed nevertheless.
TyrantRex - Tuesday, May 14, 2019 - link$6,000? Please. I built a 46 inch multitouch PC into my coffee table for around $600. Love how they price gouge businesses with this kind of crap.
TyrantRex - Tuesday, May 14, 2019 - linkThat $600 includes the PC connected to it.
wrkingclass_hero - Tuesday, May 14, 2019 - link"the Dell 75-inch 4K Interactive Touch Monitor is only a display, not a complete PC"
TyrantRex - Tuesday, May 14, 2019 - linkWhich is why it is completely absurd.
futrtrubl - Wednesday, May 15, 2019 - linkGot a build link or more info?
Beaver M. - Thursday, May 16, 2019 - linkNot that hard to do. You can get multitouch foil with USB adapter relatively cheap and turn any monitor into a touchscreen.
Like this, for example:
wrkingclass_hero - Tuesday, May 14, 2019 - linkOops, sorry, I misread the comment
Qasar - Wednesday, May 15, 2019 - linkPeachNCream....
is that 20 watts per side.. or 20 total ?? im guessing.. its 10Watts x 2 for a total of 20 watts ....
versesuvius - Wednesday, May 15, 2019 - linkIt is not $6000. What are you trying to do? It is $5999.99! Just think of the pennies that American families have saved over decades and decades of "Just $ *.99". The lives that those pennies have built and the simplicity of the peace of mind and of the mind it has fostered. It may be a top tech product but what is a top tech product without the peace and simplicity of the mind of those who will own it?