|Standing screen display size||34 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3440x1440 Pixels|
Dell U3419w Ultrasharp 34-Inch WQHD (3440x1440) Curved IPS USB-C Monitor, Black
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|Refresh rate||60 Hz|
|Screen size||34 Inches|
|Special feature||Height Adjustment, Pivot Adjustment, Ultrawide Screen, Anti-Glare Coating, Wall Mountable, USB Hub, Built-In Speakers See more|
|Total HDMI ports||2|
About this item
- Increased screen curvature improves your field of view, reduces reflections and creates near-uniform visual focus, so you can work comfortably for longer
- Picture-In-Picture (PIP) and Picture-By-Picture (PBP) features enable you to view content from two different computer sources simultaneously.
- With USB-C connectivity you can connect your laptop to the monitor and charge up to 90Wi from a single source, protected by Dell’s built-in surge protection.
- Power Consumption (On mode):41 W
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Discover precision performance on a 34" curved USB-C monitor that elevates your work and entertainment
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Well I must say the screen quality is absolutely fantastic, no dead pixels and in perfect condition.
I have tried the odd game running at different settings, and not seen any tearing as all. Not sure if this is with people running graphics card faster than gtx1080.
If you are a multi pc or pc/Mac user, this monitor is perfect. Use only one wireless keyboard and mouse and the the monitor easily switches to whatever computer you are using.
USBs go on/off all the time
When the Mac goes into sleep mode you better get ready to restart the monitor multiple times to get it working and then wait until it stops working because it will happen, multiple times per hour.
According to DELL, nothing is wrong. According to multiple posts on apple forums/dell forums, it is broken. After extensive research, it's DELL's fault for not fixing these issues at a firmware level.