An Impressive Line of 55, 65, 75 and 86-inch InGlass from Dell

An Impressive Line of 55, 65, 75 and 86-inch InGlass from Dell

Bringing the future of collaboration to the forefront, Dell offers various panel sizes suited for the modern meeting room. The Dell monitor portfolio ranges from desktop solutions (24”-34” curved) to brilliant large-format InGlass™ monitors (55”-86”). Truly designed for business, the Dell monitors comes with best-in-class collaboration with free online whiteboard for the home (laptop) and free digital whiteboard capabilities for the office environments (room display).

Dell has partnered with the world’s leading companies in collaboration technology, including FlatFrog, Microsoft, Logitech and Zoom. With our Dell Meeting Space Solutions, customers get validated conference room ecosystems right out of the box. 

Superior Interactivity - Dell's displays come with InGlass™ touch and a free online whiteboard that is intuitive and effortless. Users enjoy 20 points of touch interactivity. Write or draw in real time with your fingers or an InGlass™ pen, and erase written content using the palm of your hand with virtually zero lag. Dell displays come with a free whiteboard application from FlatFrog. Experience natural and intuitive touch and whiteboarding functionality that is compatible with most industry-standard software.

Impressive Screen Performance - The 55-, 65-, 75- or 86-inch 4K interactive InGlass™ touch displays, designed to keep audiences engaged, provide seamless collaboration. See brilliant images in 4K resolution and experience consistent colors across the screen from virtually anywhere in the room, thanks to the wide viewing angle. Anti-glare and anti-smudge coatings reduce distractions and fingerprints for stunning clarity.

Product Brochure Summaries - The large format InGlass portfolio includes C5519Q, C5522QT, C6522QT, C7520QT and C8621QT.

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