As you may already know Dell has unveiled it's newly designed "Alienware Area 51" desktop but they have also mentioned their new UltraSharp 34-inch (U3415W) with ultra-wide 21:9 and a curved panel WQHD 3440x1440 resolution monitor for "gamers".
Dell says it gives gamers a competitive edge because there's less eye movement involved compared to a flat panel monitor, thus "enabling players to take advantage of their peripheral vision when the competition heats up."

Not much information yet for the monitor but Dell said that the monitor will sport an adjustable stand, an HDMI 2.0, MHL, DisplayPort and mini DisplayPort connectivity, dual integrated 9W speakers, 60Hz performance, and a virtually border-less cockpit view when using more than one display in a multi-monitor configuration. 

Dell will ship the UltraSharp 34-inch monitor to China first in November before rolling out globally in December.

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