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I have the Dell S2340T (1080p, touch screen). It has the integrated 1080p Web Cam. Unfortunately occasionally it registers rogue touches along the top of the monitor, messing you up - it might be slightly faulty. But the monitor is the perfect companion for Ultrabooks with few ports - it even has Ethernet. It might be already obsoleted by USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 solutions, but it does work.
It was my first Dell purchase. I despised Dell because my entire impression of Dell was throughout primary and high school - with low-end, budget systems, administered by average IT staff, and also defaced by feral students. But I have come to like them, because I have learned that the real Dell makes good things, at least in the past five or so years. But my point is that Dell has to be careful what they sell to schools. They need to make sure that they don't offer HDD for boot, for a start. School children WILL become frustrated of excessively long boot times before they can work. So despite the price, the entry level should be a small, low-end SSD. Don't taint the childrens' impressions of your brand, Dell, because when they leave school, and start buying, they will hate Dell from their school years.