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Microsoft Teams And Dell Have Partnered To Birth Three New Monitors

Dell is launching three new monitors in February 2021 and they will ship with a dedicated Microsoft Teams button. Dell says the monitors are the “world’s first videoconferencing monitors certified for Microsoft Teams”.


Microsoft began certifying displays, webcams, and headsets in 2020. The company said “certified devices work out of the box (plug & play) with no additional configuration required, and offer call control with Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business. The products provide a great experience for end-users and administrators”.


Microsoft Teams And Dell Have Partnered To Birth Three New Monitors

The Monitor has a dedicated Microsoft Teams Button in the panel. Photo: Dell


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All three monitors will be available next month, offering quick access to Microsoft Teams. The Microsoft Teams button will enable users to quickly launch the app for meeting and video calls. The monitor will also support Hands-free commands using Cortana and the built-in microphone.


One of the monitors is a 24-inch (FHD) version and is priced at $519.99. The other is a 27-inch (QHD) variant that is priced for $719.99, and the third a curved 34-inch (WQHD) variant for $1,149.99. Dell will launch all three devices on16th February 2020.


The monitor features a 5-megapixel pop-up infrared camera, which supports facial recognition with Windows Hello. It is bundled with a noise-canceling microphone and dual 5-watt integrated speakers. There’s also a built-in mode to reduce blue light emissions.


The monitor shows deeper integration with Teams as the app continues to experience a surge in use due to the pandemic.  Also, it shows Microsoft pulling their weight to put Teams at the forefront of videoconferencing.



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