Elo monitor touch screen not working.U2723QE display experience. Whether it is personal purchase or corporate purchase, when buying monitors, the appearance rate of the Dell brand is quite high.
Looking at Aifan’s office, Dell’s monitor really occupied most of the stations. And the vast majority of Dell monitors, at a glance, are U-series.
With its elegant appearance, good impression and good reputation, Dell’s UltraSharp has been loved by professional users for a long time.
So when I silently tidied up the station, slowly unpacked the package, and put a new Dell monitor on the desktop, it still attracted the envious eyes of my entire editorial staff. (except for a few colleagues who use iMac and alien monitors).
After all, this is the latest iteration of Dell’s UltraSharp series of 27-inch 4K resolution displays, the U2723QE. By convention, it will be one of the top considerations for many users who are going to buy 4K professional displays.
The elegant appearance of silver and white is not out of date but not stable enough.
For a long time, the appearance design of Dell display belongs to the type of elegant, beautiful and highly recognizable in the industry. Basically, I can easily recognize the bracket of the Dell monitor from a distance, and then take a closer look at the DELL logo on the bracket.
Dell’s new U2723QE display not only introduces a new hue of the whole machine, but also greatly changes the design of the bracket and base.
First of all, the color matching, U2723QE in addition to the original dark gray tones, but also provides silver and white bright tones of the paint optional. This set of color style and Dell’s own XPS ultrabook, Lingyue ultra-thin version of the silver-white aluminum alloy body tone is basically the same.
The display bracket is slimmer than the classic model, and the back plate is the same platinum and silver color. The collector hole is retained at the bottom, but the line hole position has become a rectangular style.
Dell’s lifting bracket still supports lifting adjustment (150mm), 30 °lateral rotation of the center axis and 360 °screen rotation. Whether it is lifting or rotating, the damping is appropriate, and it feels in line with ergonomic design.
However, it is important to note that if you want to rotate the screen vertically, you need to tilt the screen up a bit before you can rotate it, otherwise even if the screen is raised to the highest point, the corner of the screen will collide with the desktop. This point is clearly indicated in the instruction manual.
But the stability of the U2723QE bracket is obviously not as good as that of the old model, and the U2723QE screen shakes obviously when it touches the monitor or wobbles the desktop slightly. This often happens in my experience, and if used with a desktop lift bracket, the vibration of tapping the keyboard will also make the screen shake.
If you plan to install a third-party pneumatic bracket, Dell U2723QE also reserves four holes and screws in the VESA standard.
U2723QE’s physical buttons are placed on the back of the fuselage, succinctly providing a power switch button and a five-way rocker button.
Pressing the joystick button will bring up the settings menu, and Dell has added a set of fast-adjusting menu interactions to adapt to the joystick interaction. The traditional settings page is hidden in the next level menu and can be accessed by dialing up.
With the comparison, you can feel the obvious change of the new model. If you want to simply adjust the brightness contrast of the display or the input source, you can do it with a few flicks in the quick menu, which is much more efficient and less troublesome than the traditional menu.
The magnetic buckle mounting hole for the bottom speaker rod absent from the previous generation reappears at the bottom of the new model and is compatible with Dell’s official speaker rod accessories (SB521A).
The screen part of the front of the display still adopts the design of the fog screen, which can effectively reduce glare.
The narrow frame design with nearly the same width on all four sides completely cured obsessive-compulsive disorder, and DELL logo, which used to be located at the bottom of the screen, also made way for simplicity, disappearing completely from the screen frame and running to the lower bracket instead.