Dell, the maker of the popular desktop computers, is looking to change that with the release of the “PSU,” a new type of computer monitor that will come in three different models.
The “PSS” stands for “premium productivity” and is Dell’s take on a $1,000 computer monitor, which it says can be used to help power your work, play or play games.
The PSU, which will be available in four models, features a 2,200-watt LED backlit display and a 4K-resolution screen, as well as the ability to be connected to a Wi-Fi network.
In addition, Dell is adding support for HDMI, DisplayPort and Thunderbolt 3 connectivity.
It will also have a built-in wireless keyboard.
The PSS is the second model that Dell is launching this month, following a pair of models from HP and Dell earlier this year.
While HP’s model, the “HP EliteBook X1 Carbon,” retails for $2,500, it only supports up to six monitors and only supports one network connection.
Dell’s model is the $1.5 million “PSX,” which can support up to five displays and supports four network connections.
The $1 million model has the same specs as the HP EliteBook.
Both of these models will be launching at the end of this month in limited quantities, but they are not expected to be cheap, as they will be sold at full retail prices.
It’s not clear when the PSS and PSX will hit the shelves, though Dell said in the press release that it will be out “in the first half of 2018.”