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Dell U2713HM
Dell 27" U2713HM is coming, details leak


By Rasmus Larsen (@flatpanels)
06 Aug 2012

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Dell released new 22, 23 and 24-inch UltraSharp monitors last year. Dell’s 27 incher is due for an update and it seems that a launch date is nearing. Details about a new 27-inch U2713HM have leaked.

Dell U2713HM information leaks

As it is often the case, Dell’s own internal systems leak information about upcoming product launches, and here we are again with Dell’s new 27-inch IPS monitor. An internal Dell driver page reveals information about an upcoming, cheaper U2713HM model.

Dell U2713HM
This blurry picture of the new U2713HM has leaked


The U2713HM is said to offer a 2560x1440 pixel resolution and an IPS panel. It can be connected to PCs via D-SUB, DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort. The driver page also shows a small picture and judging from the few pixels, it looks largely unchanged compared to other Dell monitors. It looks like the standard, matte black finish and an ergonomic stand.

Last year, Dell introduced the U2412M as a cheaper alternative to the U2410 that is still available. U2713HM could therefore also be introduced as a cheaper alternative to the current U2711 and not as a direct replacement.

No words on availability or price yet. We will keep you updated and look out for an updated 30” U3013HM model, too.

- Source: Dell support site




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