The files are sent to the display via their USB-C connections, which operate at a resolution of 4K (3,840 x 1,200) and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. It can display up to 99 percent of the sRGB color spectrum and achieve a brightness of 350 nits. The glare-free surface makes viewing the screen easier in low light conditions.
The S430c also comes with an IR pop-up camera that allows Windows Hello sign-in and two USB C and four USB A ports. There is also an HDMI jack, DisplayPort and an audio jack. Like most modern displays, the S430c can be tilted at different angles, especially between -5 and 20 degrees.
What sets the S430c apart is the file transfer tool and its ability to run two devices simultaneously while running Windows, MacOS, Linux or Android. Sounds like there is no support for iOS and the display is not HDR compatible. If you often need to work on two computers at the same time in your workspace, and this sounds like a compelling way to manage them from one location, you can purchase the S430c for $ 999 from November 4th.