According to The Verge, Dell claims it has created the "world's first video conferencing monitors certified for Microsoft Teams" after Microsoft started certifying displays, webcams, and headsets last year.
Three monitors will be available next month, all offering quick access to Microsoft Teams. The button will let Microsoft Teams users quickly launch the app to make and receive video calls. Hands-free commands will also be supported through Cortana and the built-in microphone.
The new monitors also have some useful specs including a 5-megapixel pop-up infrared camera, which supports facial recognition with Windows Hello.
Dell also bundles a noise-cancelling microphone and dual 5-watt integrated speakers. There is a built-in mode to reduce blue light emissions.
The 24-inch (FHD) version goes for $519.99, a 27-inch (QHD) model for $719.99, and a curved 34-inch (WQHD) variant for $1,149.99. They will be in the shops in the middle of next month.