|Item Height||20.94 inches|
|Item Width||8.91 inches|
|Standing screen display size||34 Inches|
|Resolution||3440 x 1440 Pixels|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||7|
|Number of HDMI Ports||2|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||60 Watt Hours|
|Lithium Battery Packaging||Batteries contained in equipment|
|Number Of Lithium Ion Cells||4|
|Item model number||U3419w|
|Product Dimensions||81.36 x 22.63 x 53.19 cm; 8.2 Kilograms|
Dell U3419W Ultrasharp Ultra Wide Curved Monitor, 34.14", 3440 X 1440 Pixels, Black/Grey
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- Panoramic cinematic experience
- Programmed for perfection
- Increased screen curvature improves field of view
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Discover precision performance on a 34 inches curved USB-C monitor that elevates your work and entertainment. Increased screen curvature improves your field of view, reduces reflections and creates near-uniform visual focus. This reduces your eye movement across the screen, so you can work comfortably for longer. The extended peripheral vision on this monitor creates incredible depth, breadth and a wrap-around view that helps you focus on your work. Experience unmatched immersion with a curved screen that creates a panoramic cinematic experience.
Lose yourself in all-encompassing views
Immersive visuals: Increased screen curvature improves your field of view, reduces reflections and creates near-uniform visual focus. This reduces your eye movement across the screen, so you can work comfortably for longer.
Go deeper into your work: The extended peripheral vision on this monitor creates incredible depth, breadth and a wrap-around view that helps you focus on your work.
Endlessly entertaining: Experience unmatched immersion with a curved screen that creates a panoramic cinematic experience.
Enhance your productivity
One cable. Many uses: With USB-C connectivity you can connect your laptop to the monitor and charge up to 90W from a single source, protected by Dell’s built-in surge protection. Meet all your video, data and power needs with a single cable, while reducing cable clutter at the same time.
Manage multiple tasks: Picture-In-Picture (PIP) and Picture-By-Picture (PBP) features enable you to view content from two different computer sources simultaneously.
Work efficiently: Switch between applications from two PCs on your screen and manage the content with only one keyboard and mouse with the convenient Keyboard, Video and Mouse (KVM) feature.
More ways to work: Conveniently select from predefined templates with the Easy Arrange feature on Dell Display Manager software. Quickly tile and arrange your applications and get back to work faster with Auto-restore, a feature that when you disconnect and reconnect remembers where you left off.
Screen performance that shines
Feast your eyes on this: QHD 3440 x 1440 resolution and a wide viewing angle enabled by In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology let you see fine details and vibrant colors from any angle.
Programmed for perfection: With a 99% RGB color calibration, you can expect your colors to be accurate straight out of the box.
Get comfortable: This monitor has a flicker-free screen with ComfortView, a feature that reduces harmful blue light emissions. It’s designed to optimize eye comfort even over extended viewing sessions.
A sensory experience: Enjoy enhanced audio and impressive visuals on a large 34" monitor with an ultra wide 21:9 aspect ratio and powerful dual 9W speakers for great sound.
Ports & Slots:
1. AC Power Connector | 2. Security Lock Slot | 3. HDMI Ports | 4. DisplayPort (in) | 5. USB-C Port | 6. Audio Line Out | 7. USB Upstream Ports | 8. USB Downstream Ports (with Power Charging) | 9. Stand Lock | 10. USB Downstream Port | 11. USB Downstream Port (with Power Charging)
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I was completely wrong. DO NOT PURCHASE THE U3419W & MACBOOK PRO/AIR COMBO WITHOUT READING the rest of this review!!!!!!
The whole point of owning a USB c monitor should be that you only need a single cable running from a usb c laptop to the monitor to carry the video / data / and power. This works completely fine with the MacBook Air until the laptop goes to sleep.
Once the laptop goes to sleep there is some kind of loop that happens where the monitor wakes up the MacBook Air, the MacBook Air plays a chime like it's just been plugged in, the monitor turns on but shows no signal, and then goes back to sleep. This loop happens every 1-5 minutes and you will see your monitor turn on and here your MacBook Pro / AIr chime every single time.
After searching the web I've found this to be a common problem on Dell's own support site and on Reddit. I recommended a friend go this route at the same time (he purchased a new MacBook Pro) and he reported the exact same problem. If you look on Dell's customer support site - they basically don't care about you if you own a MacBook Pro / AIr. They state time and time again that they don't check compatibility at all with Apple Laptops. This is insane and neglectful to sell a usb c monitor and ignore apple's usb c / thunderbolt 3 only laptops. At least on their website they also seem not to care that this is affecting people purchasing these $800 monitors.
Because of this one issue it renders the combination of the two products useless - unless you want to completely power down your monitor every time you walk away from it (at which point the MacBook Pro / AIr stops charging).
I've been on the phone with Dell customer support (they say there is nothing wrong with their monitor) and I've been on the phone with Apple customer support (they don't seem to know about this issue either).
If I can't get the two to work together within the return period I will be replacing this monitor. It's a super shame too, because this seems to be a really good monitor outside of this issue - but it's as if you bought a new car, and because you changed the tires, the car keeps turning on and off over and over again.
I'll be happy to modify this review if Dell could reach out and fix this issue. But as is, I would give it 0 stars if possible. Super bummed.
The U3419W is a bit of an update over the U3415W. They both use the same LG panel model, but the U3419W has a slightly more aggressive curve and adds USB-C support so you can use it as a monitor and charge your laptop at the same time. I like the bit of additional curve in the U3419W, but the fact is when you're sitting in front of either panel using them you forget about the curve and for me there is really no tangible difference in terms of usability or enjoyment of what I'm seeing on the screen.
As I'd been using the U3415W for about three years, the display capabilities of the panel in the U3419W were no surprise. This is a good thing, as it is absolutely stunning, with amazing color reproduction and responsiveness. Lighting and color is even from edge to edge, and you can walk around the room and look at the screen from almost any angle without a loss of quality or clarity. As has been the case with all Dell monitors I've purchased in the last 20 years, there are no dead pixels. For graphics or video editing, you simply cannot beat this panel for under $1000.
Making a comparison U3415W and the Samsung C34F791 isn't quite fair, as the target market for these monitors is a bit different. The main difference between them is that the Samsung uses a TN panel while the Dell's panel is IPS. IPS gives significantly better color reproduction and wider viewing angles, and this is clearly apparent when looking at both monitors. The Samsung has gaming-oriented features, like a faster 100 HZ refresh rate (vs. 60 HZ for the Dell), and Freesync refresh syncing for AMD graphics cards. The Samsung also has a bit more of an aggressive curve to it than the Dell. For me the Dell was the winner between the two, hands down. The TN panel in the Samsung made things looked washed out unless you were sitting at an absolute perfect position in front of the monitor, so much so that it was unacceptable for any kind of serious photo editing. While you could tell the difference between 100 HZ in the Samsung and 60 HZ in the Dell in a side-by-side comparison, in practice the increased screen refresh in the Samsung never made a difference for gaming or anything else.
If you are interested in an ultra-wide display with an amazing panel but don't need USB-C support, I would recommend getting the Dell U3417w. It's got the same panel with the same curve, and the only difference is the lack of USB-C support, for about $150 less. If you want to save even more money, consider the Dell U3415w which has the same panel but with a less aggressive curve and no USB-C.