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Dell UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C Hub Monitor - U2723QE $695.49

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Sep 29, 2019
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RockyMtns27 wrote: Easy for you to say... My U2422Hs are scheduled to arrive two months from now! Guess that's what I get for playing it safe and ordering monitors that are the standard model for many enterprises.
Ouch! sry to hear that.
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Sep 29, 2019
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torontotim wrote: #1 arrived today, #2 is due here on Friday. 6-7 days from order to arrival.

Very nice display.
Awesome! Any bleeding? ppl keep saying Dell have some quality control issue Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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Nov 17, 2012
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toxico3 wrote: Awesome! Any bleeding? ppl keep saying Dell have some quality control issue Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
Haven't gotten too deep into it yet and my lighting conditions aren't optimal for a good assessment just yet. Need to move things around and I guess tomorrow I'll have a second display to compare to. My old ASUS 4K 28" is in a different location right now so I can't compare. Only thing I have with me here is an old 24" Dell 1080p LCD.

It does get nice and bright - I'm running it at around 80%. I haven't gotten into any sort of settings yet.

Display #2 arrived a day early - so now I can compare and pack #1 up for return.
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Apr 13, 2007
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If anyone is interested in getting this and does not want to wait around for the shipping, I have a BNIB unit for sale at cost; $780.
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Feb 12, 2008
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Is this monitor a contender for professional video editing -- i.e. YouTube talking head stuff?
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Oct 20, 2019
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urban wrote: Advertised at $770. Use 10%OFFMONITOR to save a further 10% off.

I am in Alberta and my final price came to $730.27.
What is the biggest difference between this and the S2721QS? The S2721QS is only half the cost and I got mine for $340 and its been great for my home office WFH. I don't see a huge difference outside of the USB C port.
If this was high refresh Gaming monitor then maybe can justify the cost here.
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Sep 19, 2002
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dchang83 wrote: What is the biggest difference between this and the S2721QS? The S2721QS is only half the cost and I got mine for $340 and its been great for my home office WFH. I don't see a huge difference outside of the USB C port.
If this was high refresh Gaming monitor then maybe can justify the cost here.
The panel is significantly better. IPS black, better color accuracy, brightness, and virtually no light bleed. S-series Dell is almost the lowest grade in terms of quality due to price.

USB-C with 90W and Ethernet is a huge selling point.

Even the stand is significantly sturdier with more height adjustment levels.

It’s like comparing RX 350 with RAV4.
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Oct 20, 2019
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Spinner wrote: The panel is significantly better. IPS black, better color accuracy, brightness, and virtually no light bleed. S-series Dell is almost the lowest grade in terms of quality due to price.

USB-C with 90W and Ethernet is a huge selling point.

Even the stand is significantly sturdier with more height adjustment levels.

It’s like comparing RX 350 with RAV4.
Fair enough good features, but for my use case spreadsheets, analytics, S series is quite good, no problems with the stand whatsoever. Also wouldn't pay this much for a Dell monitor, many other choices out there in the market. I game on a high-end 1440p monitor for under $500 bucks so quite happy with that for now. To each their own.
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dchang83 wrote: Fair enough good features, but for my use case spreadsheets, analytics, S series is quite good, no problems with the stand whatsoever. Also wouldn't pay this much for a Dell monitor, many other choices out there in the market. I game on a high-end 1440p monitor for under $500 bucks so quite happy with that for now. To each their own.
I think if you tried a Dell P- or U-series monitor, you'll find they're one of the leading products on the market. Not a lot of manufacturers offering IPS Black. Next step up would be OLED.

The higher stand is for those who place their notebooks directly in front of the monitor, so the notebook lid doesn't cover up the monitor. This is obviously related to USB-C.
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Feb 8, 2007
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MahlerMusic wrote: I still wish they would only do 1440p and 2880p (5K) for the 27" size.
110PPI or 220PPI is just perfect for every Monitor.
Agreed that 4K is not necessary for 27”. ASUS has proart 27” with 1440p. No idea how it compares to Dell’s IPS Black.

ASUS ProArt Display 27" Monitor PA278CV - WQHD (2560 x 1440), IPS, 100% sRGB, 100% Rec. 709, ΔE < 2, Calman Verified, USB Hub, USB-C, DisplayPort Daisy-Chaining, HDMI, Eye Care, Height Adjustable https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08LCPY1TR/ref ... 69TN?psc=1
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Oct 20, 2019
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xawaisx wrote: Agreed that 4K is not necessary for 27”. ASUS has proart 27” with 1440p. No idea how it compares to Dell’s IPS Black.

ASUS ProArt Display 27" Monitor PA278CV - WQHD (2560 x 1440), IPS, 100% sRGB, 100% Rec. 709, ΔE < 2, Calman Verified, USB Hub, USB-C, DisplayPort Daisy-Chaining, HDMI, Eye Care, Height Adjustable https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08LCPY1TR/ref ... 69TN?psc=1
I use the Dell S2721QS at 150% which basically is at 2K viewing dimensions as my daily work monitor.

Agreed in terms of gaming on 27"... I'm on the MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD and it does the trick for everything I need, and its quite a beautiful image and also compatible with PS5 has a Console mode:
https://www.msi.com/Monitor/Optix-MAG274QRF-QD/Specification
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Oct 20, 2019
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Spinner wrote: I think if you tried a Dell P- or U-series monitor, you'll find they're one of the leading products on the market. Not a lot of manufacturers offering IPS Black. Next step up would be OLED.

The higher stand is for those who place their notebooks directly in front of the monitor, so the notebook lid doesn't cover up the monitor. This is obviously related to USB-C.
Most likely going to wait for prices to hit $500 or less before I look at a high-end 4K monitor. Main reason being even high-end GPUs are barely hitting 60fps on some of the more demanding games. I think if I'm going to upgrade, will wait also for OLED to come down in price.
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