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Dell UltraSharp 4K Monitor Provides Rich Contrast and Color

Plus, the Crossroads backpack 23 from yeti has separate shock-absorbing pockets for laptops and tablets, and Lenovo’s new ThinkPad Fold weighs just over 2 pounds and folds flat to a 13.3-inch display.

Dell UltraSharp 24 4K USB-C monitor

See Clearly

The Dell UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C monitor (U2720Q) offers true color reproduction with wide color coverage, including 99 percent sRGB, 99 percent Rec. 709 and 95 percent DCI-P3. The monitor is designed to give color gradient and precision in more shades, with a color depth of 1.07 billion colors and high contrast ratio of 1300:1. The 27-inch monitor provides high detail with 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution and a high pixel density of 163 ppi — four times more details than Full HD. The single-cable USB-C delivers up to 90 watts of power while transmitting data and video signals.

Carry All

The Yeti Crossroads backpack 23 is designed with separate laptop and tablet pockets that are lined with shock-absorbing foam for protection. The pack fits a 15.5-inch laptop, and there’s a spacious top pocket for accessories. The bag’s “structure arc” keeps it upright and open wide for ease in packing and unpacking. The shoulder straps offer custom shape with dual-density foam for comfort, and the articulated back panel provides a comfortable fit that adjusts to the user’s shape. There are also two exterior bottle pockets that stay collapsed with magnets when not in use.

Fold Out

Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Fold is a fully functional PC with a folding OLED display that opens to a fully flat 13.3-inch display. The X1 Fold weighs less than 2.2 pounds, is built from lightweight alloys and carbon fiber, and is enclosed in a leather folio cover. In landscape mode, with the built-in kickstand, users can review and annotate a presentation or use the Bluetooth Mini Fold Keyboard. When closed, the keyboard stores and wirelessly charges inside the system and is secured with magnets. In its laptop orientation, users can use two independent displays during certain multitasking activities. Join a video call on the upper screen while reviewing and editing a presentation on the lower screen. Compare documents, one above the other, or take notes on one screen while watching a lecture on the other.

Miriam Jones is a former chief copy editor of Government Technology, Governing, Public CIO and Emergency Management magazines.
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