Dell has added three new monitor models to its assortment and will go on sale next month. Their distinctive feature is the presence of a separate button for launching the Microsoft Teams service and keys for managing video calls. Dell calls the devices “the world’s first conference monitors certified for Microsoft Teams.”
By the way, Microsoft began certifying devices to work with Microsoft Teams last year. By this link, you can see a list of monitors, headsets, webcams, and other peripherals with tight integration with Microsoft Teams. In particular, on the new Dell monitors, the Microsoft Teams button allows you to launch the service application and receive video calls quickly. Also, Cortana voice command support will be added thanks to the built-in noise-canceling microphone.
The line of monitors certified for Microsoft Teams includes three models: 24 “with Full HD resolution, 27” with QHD resolution, and curved 34 “with WQHD resolution. All of them are equipped with a 5MP PIR camera with Windows Hello technology. There are also two 5W speakers and a blue light emission reduction function.
The monitors’ prices are as follows: the 24-inch model costs $ 519.99, the 27-inch model costs $ 719.99, and the 34-inch model costs $ 1149.99.
A source: The verge