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Dell showcases Concept Nyx Game Controller that may replace all controllers in the future

Dell showcases Concept Nyx Game Controller that may replace all controllers in the future
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  • Dell has showcased the Concept Nyx Game Controller ahead of CES 2023.
  • The concept device is aimed at replacing controllers in the future.
  • Dell also unveiled three monitors, a wireless keyboard, and a wireless mouse.
Dell today revealed several new products, including gaming laptops, monitors, and more. Now, the American tech giant has launched peripherals and showcased the Concept Nyx Game Controller.

The Concept Nyx Gaming Controller is the next part of the company’s Concept Nyx that was showcased in 2022. The company has also launched three monitors, a wireless keyboard and a wireless mouse.
Concept Nyx Game Controller


Dell has been working on Concept Nyx for quite some time and showcased it last year. Concept Nyx aimed to offer easy access to gaming libraries across devices, making it easier for gamers to switch between devices to play their favorite games.

The company has taken it further this year and showcased the Concept Nyx Game Controller. This is only a concept at the moment but is designed to replace all the existing controllers and even keyboard and mouse setups, making it easier for you to move from one device to another without worrying about using a new controller.
Dell UltraSharp 32 U3224KB


In addition to launching a gaming monitor, Dell also unveiled a professional monitor. The Dell UltraSharp 32 U3224KB is a 31.5-inch monitor, which the company claims is the first 6K (6144 x 3456 pixels) monitor in the world with IPS Black panel technology. It offers 99% DCI-P3 color gamut.

It has a built-in 4K dual gain webcam and a Thunderbolt 4 port, RJ45, USB and quick access front ports.
Dell UltraSharp 34 U3423WE curved USB-C hub monitor


The Dell UltraSharp 34 U3423WE curved monitor has also been launched by the company. It features a 34-inch WQHD (3440 x 1440 pixels) panel with 98% DCI-P3 color space.

It enables you to display content from two computers using picture-by-picture or picture-in-picture mode. The desktop comes with dual 5W integrated speakers.

It is priced starting at $1,259.99 (approx. ₹1,04,600).
Dell UltraSharp 43 U4323QE USB-C hub monitor


The Dell UltraSharp 43 U4323QE monitor is a good option if you are looking for a larger monitor. It allows you to split your computer into four screens or connect four computers and use them at once. It features a 42.5-inch 4K display and comes with ComfortView Plus technology that reduces harmful blue light emissions.

It comes with a USB-C port, RJ45, and pop-out quick access ports.

It is priced starting at $1,329.99 (approx. ₹1,10,400).
Dell peripherals
Dell has also introduced the Dell Premier Collaboration Keyboard (KB900) and the Dell Premier Rechargeable Mouse (MS900).
Dell Premier Collaboration Keyboard (KB900)


The keyboard is claimed to be the world’s first Zoom-certified keyboard, launched amid fears of COVID making a comeback. The keyboard features dedicated buttons to manage your Zoom calls, including buttons to control your video, mute and unmute, screen share, and more. It features 15 programmable keys and offers up to 20 days of battery life on a single charge.
Dell Premier Rechargeable Mouse (MS900)


The Dell MS900 mouse features a comfortable palm grip and a track-on-glass sensor, allowing you to use it on any surface. The mouse offers four-way scrolling and can be connected to up to 3 devices, allowing easy switching. The mouse offers up to 3 months of usage on a single charge.

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