Dell introduces 86″ Drop-Down 4K Interactive Touch Monitor

Just ahead of the the January 7th official opening of 2020 Int’l CES Dell announces a numb fo new monitors. One that may be of particular interest is the upcoming Dell C8621QT, especially for those who may want to replay their in-office whiteboards and drop down screens.

This new innovation features an 86.5-inch touch screen with 4K UHD resolution. It has two built-in 20w speakers and features both anti-glare and anti-smudge coatings. Its also incorporates Dell’s ComfortView which reduces blue light emission making it easier on the eyes.

Some of it’s nifty features include:

Instant engagement: InGlassTM 20-point touch capability allows multiple users to interact with the screen at the same time.
Natural touch: Offers virtually zero-lag so anyone can annotate with their fingers, write with a stylus, or even erase written content with the palm of the hand.

Improved stylus: Mimicks a more natural writing tool. The included stylus also has an ergonomic, easy-grip design, a fine writing tip and a precise eraser and can also easily attach magnetically to the side of the display for safekeeping.
Co-create content: Its Touch functionality is compatible with most industry-standard software, such as included FlatFrog Board collaboration software.

Exclusive Screen Drop

But by far one of it funkiest innovations is its exclusive Dell Screen Drop. Since not everyone is capable of reaching the top of the screen, this feature improves reachability. Simply pushing a button at the side of the panel enables users to lower the displayed images to three different height settings so it’s always within easy reach.

Other features include:

The power of USB-C:  90W of power delivery so you can power and charge your connected laptop.
Seamless PC Integration: Integrate an optional Dell OptiPlex Micro PC into the back panel.

Simplified IT management: IT can solve issues and manage the display remotely easily with a range of tools, including RS232, RJ45, HDMI CEC ports and the TCP/IP command set.

The Dell C8621QT monitor comes with a 3-year Advanced Exchange Service Warranty so your replacement, if needed, can be shipped to you the next business day. You can also extend your coverage up to 5 years. Other options also available.

The monitor is expected to be available in April 2020. Pricing still to be announced.

Greg Gazin, also known as the Gadget Guy and Gadget Greg, is a syndicated veteran tech columnist, communication, leadership and technology speaker, facilitator at Crestcom International, blogger, podcaster and author. Reach him @gadgetgreg or at

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