Dell releases new desktop peripherals that include KVM supported monitors and multi-point Bluetooth keyboards

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In addition to gaming, Dell is dropping news about its prosumer peripherals for business and casual use such as a new keyboard, 43-inch monitor with USB-C hub, rechargeable mouse and 34-inch curved monitor.

Dell UltraSharp 34 Curved USB-C Hub Monitor

Starting at $1,259.99

The new UltraSharp 34 Curved is as marketed, with a 34-inch WQHD (3440 x 1440) IPS screen with 2,000:1 contrast ratio and 98% DCI-P3 color space support.

Dell’s new selling point for its latest monitors is a productivity hub built-in and the UltraSharp 34 comes with a streamlined USB-C Hub that helps the display support 2 HDMI ports, RJ45 Ethernet, 2 Type-C upstream ports, display port, Audio line out, 3 downstream USB-A 3.2 10Gbps, 2 Type-C downstream ports, and Kensington Security lock.

Dell UltraSharp 43 4K USB-C Hub monitor

Starting at $1,297.99

Dell UltraSharp 43 4K USB-C Hub monitor offers a similar feature set as its curved 34-inch cousin but flattens its viewing angles and offers 42.5-inches of display surface as well as comes in with 4K resolution and support for up to four FHD partitions.

The standout feature for the UltraSharp 43 4K is the ability to connect and control up to 4 PCs at one time through a KVM connector. The KVM connector enables switching through four separate picture-in-picture displays portioned off in their own corner of the screen.

Port selection on the 43 4K monitor offers 2 Display Port ins, 2 HDMI ports, 2 USB-C upstream ports, USB-A 3.2 Gen2 port, RJ45 ethernet connector and audio line out.

Dell Premier Collaboration Keyboard

Starting at $129.99

The Collaboration moniker comes as the Dell Premier Collaboration Keyboard becomes the world’s first Zoom-certified keyboard on the market.

The low-profile keyboard puts mute, unmute, chat, screen share, and video toggles right on the keyboard for easier controls during Zoom meetings.

Beyond that, the 2-point connecting Bluetooth enabled, USB-C charging, and backlit keyboard presents as many other with a quieter typing experience thanks to its scissor-switch key design. Users can connect a third device to the keyboard via RF dongle if necessary.

Dell Premier Rechargeable Mouse

Starting at $109.99

Dell’s contoured designed mouse adds a horizontal scroll wheel near the thumb placement in addition to the one placed at the middle of the mouse in addition to its adjustable DPI increments to support configurations between 800 and 8000 by increments of 200.

The Rechargeable mouse also supports RF 2.4Ghz and Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity for two devices and a third via RF dongle.

Dell claims the Rechargeable mouse can last up to 3 months on a charge and can be recharged via USB-C.