If you're a video editor or an aspiring photographer, you might appreciate the new monitors that Dell added to its UltraSharp collection.
They don't have an incredible resolution or anything, but 1920 x 1080 pixels is just fine for regular work, especially when you can have a videoconferencing program open in a window.
That's what the two built-in 5W speakers and pair of omni-directional microphones are for: to let you speak with coworkers from home, or in a different office in the same building.
Anyway, there are three newcomers in the line, called UZ2215H (21.5-inch diagonal), UZ2315H (23-inch) and UZ2715H (27-inch).
All of them have a two-port USB 3.0 hub, four video inputs (dual-HDMI, D-Sub and DisplayPort 1.2a), and a GTG response time of 8ms (not that great, but expected from IPS display technology). Finally, the contrast ratio is the usual 1,000:1.
The UZ2215H, UZ2315H and UZ2715H cost $300 / €145 to $450 / €328. All of them have adjustable stands, when it comes to height anyway. Oddly enough, the Dell UltraSharp UZ2215H doesn't seem to be available anywhere outside Hong Kong at the moment, though this should change in the coming days.
If not, well, it's not like there's a shortage of professional LCDs or anything.