Dell Canvas 27-inch touchscreen display with a price of $1800 for the management OS and work with application software

The company Dell at CES 2017, along with traditional monitors are presented and one is not quite normal, named Canvas (KV2718D). Novelty is a large 27-inch touch display, located on table surface horizontal (or slightly inclined) and used to control the OS or application software. Canvas supports digital pen, so it can be considered as an alternative to specialized tablets like the Wacom MobileStudio Pro.

Obviously, Canvas is focused on creative people using PCs for creating and editing graphics, working with video. May fit new to designing, because its resolution is pretty good for a 27 inch diagonal — 2560 x 1440 pixels.

The device uses the IPS panel with a brightness of 280 CD/sqm and 1000:1 contrast ratio. Also claimed 100% coverage of the AdobeRGB color space and recognition 20 touches simultaneously. Canvas works with the Dell stylus Pen Canvas, able to register up to 2048 levels of pressure and does not require use of the battery. Also package the device comes with a controller and the puck is reminiscent of the Microsoft Surface Dial.

Dell Canvas is connected via connectors Mini HDMI, Mini DisplayPort and USB C (DisplayPort). When connecting to PC the device not only performs its direct function, but also provides additional ways of connecting peripherals through one USB-C port, two USB 3.0 Type-A socket and 3.5 mm.

Monitor-the tablet is only compatible with Windows 10. Dimensions of novelty — 792 x 446 x 13-23 mm, weight 8,4 kg. While Dell Canvas exists in one size, but it is possible appearance in future models of other dimensions. The novelty will go on sale in the U.S. on March 30 at a price of $1800.

Source: Dell



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