Dell 23.8" P2422HE FHD IPS Monitor USB-C Height/Tilt/Swivel/Pivot Adjustable
23.8" Dell P2422HE FHD IPS Monitor, 1920x1080, 5ms, LAN, DP/HDMI/USB-C/RJ45
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23.8" P2422HE FHD IPS USB-C Monitor from Dell
a new way to work Stay productive, no matter where you work. Reduce harmful blue light with this sleek 23.8-inch FHD hub monitor with ComfortView Plus. See consistent, vibrant colours across a wide viewing angle enabled by IPS technology. With 99% sRGB coverage, you get precise, perfect colours straight out of the box. The P2422HE monitor also uses a monitor riser, so you can easily keep any cords organised. With an ultra-thin bezel, easy controls, and a range of movement options, this Dell monitor is ideal for any workspace.
A Better View from Anywhere
Comfort without sacrificing colourOptimize eye comfort with ComfortViewPlus, an always-on, built-in screen that reduces potentially harmful blue light emissions while delivering excellent colour accuracy.
Colour consistency comes standardSee consistent, vibrant colours across a wide viewing angle enabled by In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology. With 99% sRGB coverage, you get precise colours right out of the box.
Sleek, stylish and organizedHide cords in the monitor riser to keep things organized. This sleek monitor has a three-sided ultrathin bezel, small base and an improved, easy-to use cable management system.
Comfort is keyTilt, swivel, pivot and adjust the height of your monitor (150mm height adjustment range) for extra comfort during work.
Designed with you in mind Navigate the menu and adjust screen settings with the easy-to-use joystick control. Snap on the optional Dell Slim Soundbar (SB521A, sold separately) and elevate your listening experience.
Connect to Productivity
A productivity hubTransform your monitor into a productivity hub with RJ45 for wired Ethernet connectivity and USB-C providing up to 65W power delivery.
Single-cable convenienceReduce cable clutter with USB-C connectivity, which offers the flexibility of connecting to multi-vendor USB-C systemsi and saves up to 72% of workspace setup timei, reduces cable clutter and enables quick transitions from the desk.
Enhanced manageabilityMAC Address pass-through, PXE Boot and Wake-on-LAN are conveniently built in.
Jumpstart productivitySimply press the monitor power button and the power sync feature seamlessly starts your monitor and connected Dell PC, even when the laptop lid is closed. Compatible with select Dell PCs.
Expand your efficiencyBoost productivity by up to 39%i by expanding your desk with a keyboard, mouse and connecting dual productivity hub monitors via Dell Express Daisy Chaining.
Do it all with Dell Display Manager
Productive at every levelEasy Arrange allows you to easily tile multiple applications across one or more screens with 38 pre-set window partitions and the ability to personalize up to five windows, giving you improved multitasking abilities.
Seamless transitionsThe auto-restore feature remembers where you left off, so applications will go back to where you left them, even after you’ve unplugged.
The key to convenienceShortcut keys can save you even more time, letting you easily configure your display management settings so you can get to work faster.
More ways to manageAsset management reports allow IT managers to quickly capture and track monitor information as well as configure multiple monitors at once through a single setup.
Green Thinking for Today and Tomorrow
Environmental standardsThis monitor meets the latest regulatory and environmental standards such as EnergyStar®, EPEAT® Gold and TCO Certified Edge.
Eco-conscious packagingTo reduce our manufacturing impact on the environment, this monitor is shipped Styrofoam-free and the packaging is made of at least 75% recycled cardboard.
Energy conservationSave energy when your monitor is not in use with PowerNap, a feature that dims or puts your monitor to sleep when it’s not in use.
Versatile Connectivity Options
Connectivity Options1. Security-lock slot | 2. Power connector | 3. HDMI port | 4. Stand lock | 5. DisplayPort (in) | 6. DisplayPort (out) | 7. USB Type-C upstream port | 8. SuperSpeed USB 5Gbps downstream port (4) | 9. RJ45 port
Cables IncludedPower cable | DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable (1.8 meters) | USB-C cable (1.8 meters) | Cable Tie
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|1920x1080 (Full HD)
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