LAS VEGAS, NV — Next, Dell is introducing two new Ultrathin monitors in the S2419HM and S2719DM. The Ultrathin line of monitors, so far 23.8-inch and 27-inch options, feature a sleek design and is very thin from every angle with its profile of nearly 5.5mm at its thinnest. Both monitors use an IPS panel able to reproduce >99% sRGB color coverage and both feature the InfinityEdge, nearly borderless design, with the critical components housed within the monitor itself.

The exterior has a modern design with a continuous clean curvature on across the entire back. The smooth lines on the rear are only broken up by the stand and inputs which route directly through a slot in the stand. Inputs include dual HDMI connectors, AC Power, and an audio line-out port. The ultrathin profile of 5.5mm is at the top of the monitor widening to 29mm at the bottom for a very thin cross-section. The panels are able to tilt up to 5° forward and 21° back so users are able to find a comfortable viewing angle.

The monitors come in two resolutions, FHD (1920x1080) and QHD (2560x1440), with both supporting  HDR-content playback capabilities through the aforementioned CinemaColor (though only the 27-inch is VESA certified DisplayHDR 400) with a peak brightness of 600 nits. These monitors also use Dell’s Comfortview technology for a flicker-free screen optimizing eye comfort and reducing blue light emissions.

The Dell S2419HM and S2719DM will be available starting January 30th, 2018 with a  starting price of $299.99 and $499.99 respectively. 

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  • JoeyJoJo123 - Tuesday, January 09, 2018 - link

    >No VESA mount
    >On what would be an ideal monitor to use for multimonitor thin bezel setups

    Ya dun goofed Dell.
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  • minimalz - Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - link

    Learned my lesson. Will never buy a monitor without a VESA mount ever again. Next! Reply
  • PeachNCream - Tuesday, January 09, 2018 - link

    It's a desktop monitor. I don't get why it matters that it's 5.5mm at its thinnest point and 3cm at its thickets when it's not going anywhere once it gets setup. It's still stuck to a big chunky base and people will look at the front of it to see stuff on the display rather than turning it sideways to see the edge and be awestruck at how it goes from a 3cm "Meh." to a 5.5mm "Oooh!" Reply
  • nerd1 - Tuesday, January 09, 2018 - link

    Because apple boasts the 5mm "thinnest point" of their iMac. Reply
  • Pinn - Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - link

    My lg oled 55 inch is a few millimeters in most areas other than the lower center core. It's cute, but it feels like the thing will break if i touch it. Reply
  • Magichands8 - Tuesday, January 09, 2018 - link

    Absolutely no interest in these unless they hit at least 120hz. I don't think monitor manufacturers have figured it out yet. Reply
  • hanselltc - Tuesday, January 16, 2018 - link

    Human eyes can't see over 24 fps bluh
    I think you should look at Asus.
    Reply
  • gfkBill - Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - link

    "...nearly borderless design, with the critical components housed within the monitor itself."
    What, instead of in the next room?
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  • jvl - Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - link

    300 USD for FHD in 2018?

    Wow.
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  • iwod - Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - link

    Is this consider expensive?

    Sorry I haven't been following monitor market. I thought its design was pretty cool. And its price for IPS sounds reasonable to me ( Unless it is a E-IPS )
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