Dell has revealed the successor to its U2414H desktop monitor, using an ‘InfinityEdge’ design. The U2417H has extremely thin bezels of 5.3mm on each side, and 8.83mm on the top and bottom. This is down from 6.05mm and 18.8mm.
Being mostly an evolution to the U2414H, there have been few major changes to the monitor outside of the design. It still has height, tilt, swivel and pivot adjustments, and uses a 23.8″ IPS panel. This has 1920 x 1080 resolution, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 60Hz refresh rate and 178° viewing angles.
Colour performance is key, and the U2417H is factory calibrated. It covers 99% of the sRGB gamut (up from 96%) and has a Delta E of <2 – an improvement on the <4 on the previous model. Brightness is 250 cd/m².
DisplayPort, mini-DisplayPort, MHL-HDMI, USB-A 3.0 and USB-B inputs are featured, as well as a DisplayPort output for daisy-chaining.
The monitor is expected to be released in February. Pricing information has not been announced.