Dell 43 Multi-Client Monitor (P4317Q) Ultra HD 4K display targets financial services and other industries
The new Dell 43 Multi-Client Monitor (P4317Q) is able to include up to four separate Full HD display inputs at the same time, allowing workers that need multiple displays to do more at once.
The monitor is designed mainly for the financial services market but the company claims the unit can be used in other industries too. The Ultra HD 4K display is able to show four different 1080p inputs without any bezels blocking between.
The input applications don’t stop there, as users will also be able to zoom in on any of the separate displays, allowing the likes of software developers or animators to spot any discrepancies or missing details without needing to constantly switch between different monitors.
There is a range of connection options available, including four USB 3.0, two HDMI, one DisplayPort, one Mini DisplayPort, and one VGA port.
The monitor also offers improved energy savings of up to 30 percent compared to multiple devices, Dell claims, and even comes with some powerful 8W speakers.
“As the top monitor brand in the world for three years and in North America for 16 years running, we want to show our commitment to our customers by teaming directly with those who would benefit most from this monitor, specifically financial traders and software developers,” said Bert Park, general manager, Dell global software and peripherals.
“The Dell 43 Multi-Client Monitor is a truly unique display that meets the diverse and dynamic needs of financial traders and software developers while also demonstrating ever-growing boundaries of innovation Dell is pushing.”
The Dell 43 Multi-Client Monitor is available today in the United States for $1,350 (£932.88), although there’s no information on a UK release date yet.
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