No matter where you work, technology is vital in promoting productive and collaborative experiences for employees. At the heart of this experience is the PC, supported by a range of devices that help employees connect with their teams, customers, and clients. According to a Dell-Forrester study, over 50% of employees surveyed consider monitors to be the most critical device for enhancing productivity in various workspaces.
Dell is introducing two new UltraSharp monitors, the Dell UltraSharp 34 Curved USB-C Hub Monitor (U3423WE) and the Dell UltraSharp 43 4K USB-C Hub Monitor (U4323QE), designed to provide superior performance and experience. The U3423WE features a curved WQHD monitor with IPS Black technology, while the U4323QE is a productivity powerhouse that allows you to connect multiple PCs to the monitor, split it into multiple screen partitions, and switch between them using KVM.
In addition to performance, Dell is committed to sustainability in the design of its monitors, using up to 85% post-consumer recycled plastics and up to 90% recycled aluminium, and shipping in packaging made with up to 90% recycled materials.
Dell is also introducing innovative peripherals, including the Dell Premier Collaboration Keyboard (KB900), a Zoom-certified collaboration keyboard with touch controls for managing Zoom calls, and the Dell Premier Rechargeable Mouse (MS900), which has a track-on-glass sensor and allows you to work seamlessly on virtually any surface. Both devices offer a long battery life and secure connectivity with Dell Pair’s one-click connectivity and encrypted transmission to keep data safe.
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Concept Nyx and Explorations for the Future of Connection
In the next five to ten years, the way we connect with colleagues may involve virtual worlds and immersive experiences. However, traditional communication methods such as face-to-face meetings, instant messages, collaboration tools, and video calls will still play a significant role. To prepare for this future, Dell’s team is focusing on creating user-friendly and seamless interactions between physical, digital, and virtual worlds.
To achieve this, Dell is exploring the integration of familiar devices and peripherals with Artificial Intelligence (AI) to deliver accessible and immersive experiences beyond gaming. Their labs feature immersive demonstrations and concepts such as the Concept Nyx Companion, a lightweight tablet-style device that could be accessed in various spaces and tasks to ensure a user’s content is in one place. Other tools, like the Concept Nyx Stylus, could input notes by voice or pen and drag and drop them into digital and virtual collaboration spaces, and even create AI images using voice activation.
Dell is also looking at creative ways to connect traditional tools for a clutter-free space, such as intuitive gestures for interacting with content or using the Spatial Input as a dial for a 360 view or zooming in on details. They’re even exploring how people might show up in future digital and virtual spaces, using gestures and movement tracking to create an authentic representation of a user through the Concept Nyx Spatial camera.
Dell is also developing tools like UltraSharp conferencing monitors and intelligent webcams with motion-activated controls and presence detection to break down barriers and redefine how colleagues connect with one another. Dell’s team is continually exploring the future of compelling, immersive experiences in both works and plays to inform future experience roadmaps.