Dell has recently unveiled three new concepts that plays a critical role for hybrid work experiences. Dell is calling them as Concept Flow, Concept Pari and Concept Stanza which aims to facilitate better communication, collaboration and location equality for all.
Let learn more on each Concept at below.
Concept Flow is Dell’s vision for a personal, seamless transition to productivity as users move between locations during the day. It is an adaptable concept solution that could eliminate many of these frustrations and productivity disruptors. Dell has married devices, industry standard wireless charging technology, intelligent software applications and Wi-Fi 6E docking technology to create a singular, seamless experience.
Imagine walking up to an intelligent workspace where your laptop automatically connects to the displays, mouse, keyboard and your trusted network before you’ve sat down. You are ready to pick up exactly where you last left off. Simultaneously, as you place your laptop down, it receives power wirelessly (no more fumbling for cords or awkwardly crawling under desks!). And when you’re ready to move to your next location, Concept Flow’s proximity detection feature disconnects you automatically when you leave. That transition between spaces becomes frictionless. This vision is more than an idea.
Concept Pari is a simple, moveable wireless web camera with innovative features to help bring more natural, intuitive experiences to virtual collaboration. It can be placed directly – anywhere – on compatible displays, in a charging dock, on a stand, or even held in the hand. This allows users to make direct eye contact with the people they are speaking with and allows for easy sharing of additional offscreen content and viewpoints. Small and light (~1 ounce / 30g) yet mighty, this iteration features a microphone and can deliver 1080p video over Wi-Fi. It has useful built-in features like a power indicator, vertical indicator light to help with perfect alignment and great angles every time, plus an integrated USB-C dock for wireless charging. The dock can even cradle and charge a reversed camera for extra peace of mind when it comes to privacy.
What’s more, the small footprint, flexibility and simplicity of Concept Pari means it could appeal to anyone engaging in regular video calls and could easily be a companion accessory that forms part of a “hybrid work” toolkit as people transition between different locations for work.
Concept Stanza takes Dell’s exploration of multi-screen solutions a step further. It’s a new kind of thin, light, port-less 11” companion device solely designed to make the note-taking process that much easier and smarter.
Dell deliberately chose not to include cameras or speakers for a distraction-free experience. Every element has been thoughtfully crafted so that with Concept Stanza, there is no learning curve required; it almost feels like taking notes with a pen and paper, except users could double tap to convert handwriting to text instantly. And with additional intelligence, screen extension functionality and software features, content could be retrievable, searchable and shareable across devices – there is no more frantically digging through multiple notebooks to find that reminder or note, or having to take a photo of handwritten notes to email them to yourself or coworkers. Concept Stanza blends the best of analogue and digital, and was even developed with a pen and mic for transcribing notes.
So, while the three concepts by Dell looks promising, it is still in a concept stage with no confirmation for launching or to be sold. If you’re sold with modern hybrid work experiences by Dell, then push for the concepts to be release on your social media. For now, let’s get ready for the future!
Credited to Dell