What is very different in the U4919DW compared to other 32: 9 monitors is a dual QHD display with a resolution of 5120 × 1440 pixels. In addition to this screen resolution, the screen has a 3800R curvature with support of 109 pixels per inch and 100% sRGB for much more accurate colors. As with any other ultra-wide screen, it has HDMI / DisplayPort / USB-C support, but also KDM (keyboard, video and mouse) functionality.
Using the U4919DW KDM, you can connect a machine via USB-C and a second via HDMI / DisplayPort with USB upstream. Of course, you can use keyboard shortcuts through its Display Manager application Dell to manage both systems with their peripherals.
Dell reports that UltraSharp U4919DW will cost 1.599 dollars, a price that does not seem to be so expensive if you think about what it offers.