Dell 24 Ultrathin Monitor
Overall, this model is identical to its 27-inch sibling, save for the obvious size difference. Everything you see here is packed into the larger version: The same brightness levels, response times, color depth, color space support, and so on. But it has a lower resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 at 60Hz, and it’s not certified by VESA as an HDR-class product even though its HDR-ready. The price is lower too at $300versus the 27-inch model’s $500 price tag.
According to Dell, both panels have a maximum thickness point of 1.14 inches while their thinnest point measures just 0.21 inches. All four ports are aligned in a vertical strip just below where the metal stand connects to the back of the display. In turn, the stand includes a vertical opening, so your connected cables are strung through the opening, and down along the stand for clean cable management.
Given the panel includes two HDMI ports, there is no sign that the displays support simultaneous, side-by-side inputs on a single screen. Instead, Dell’s notes show that customers instead toggle input sources. Other notable features in both products include thin “InfinityEdge” bezels for more screen and less frame, a clean curvature across the entire back, and a tilt ranging from five degrees to 21 degrees.