Dell's first mobile liquid crystal display, the "C1422H," has been made available to the public. The liquid crystal panel has an IPS system, is 14 inches in size, and has a full HD resolution. The panel is made of glass.
The interface is a USB Type-C x2 connector that supports power pass-through and can supply up to 65W when an AC adapter is connected to the device. A blue light suppression feature called "Comfort View Mote" is also included, and it can be activated or deactivated via the main unit's button. Color gamut NTSC 72 percent, maximum display color 16.7 million colors, viewing angle horizontal/vertical 178 degrees, brightness 300 cd / m2, contrast ratio 700: 1, reaction speed 6 milliseconds, and viewing angle horizontal/vertical 178 degrees are the major specifications. The stand has an angle adjustment range of 10-90 degrees and comes with a protective sleeve.
With the main body measuring 322.37 mm in width, 14.3 mm in depth, and 202.69 mm in height, and a weight of 590 g, it is the smallest of the three. The product will be covered by a first-come, first-served replacement service as well as a limited hardware warranty for a period of three years following the date of purchase. The unit is priced roughly 250 EUR/USD.