Product Comparison: Dell S2719DM vs Dell S2719DC
- As a software engineer the resolution and vibrancy is great.
- Great image, and the screen is wide so I can put 2 letter sized documents side by side for working more efficiently.
- Games run and look amazing on this display. I'm running it in game mode, with the 5ms response time option, and everything works great.
- 27" 2560x1440 monitor as that is the size and pixel density.
- At that size and resolution, with an appearance similar to the iMac, this seemed like it could be a great monitor.
- The picture quality for this QHD monitor is excellent, no dead pixels.
- Well built, looks fantastic and really helps my eyes. Needed something very sharp and this fits the bill nicely by 2k res.
- 1440p at 27 inches is perfect. I have my scaling set to 100% in Windows 10 which gives me plenty of real estate without having to squint to see.
- I run an RX 580 in my PC with a 2500K CPU and it copes with 1440p resolution fine.
- The 27" size allows me to split the monitor and combine with my XPS-13 have "three screen" open.
- The colour and vibrancy is incredible, especially when you consider the price.
- Good contrast ratio, nice deep colours - for the money this is a surprisingly good monitor.
- Decided to move up in monitor quality and color accuracy. This monitor was a great step, and the Dell quality shines through, as usual.
- This is a top performing ,monitor with a great bright colorful display.
- The color and crispness of the image is amazing.
- This is a great, vivid, bright monitor both in SDR and HDR situations.
- Loving this monitor, very nice build quality. Good color range and responsive.
- The brightness can go really high which helps when gaming since it really makes everything pop. Blacks are good.
- The new version improves in all ways, especially in brightness levels, and I also appreciate working with a non-reflective screen once again.
- Excellent resolution and color accuracy for a 27" monitor.
- Freesync is working with my Nvidia 2060, enabled in Nvidia control panel. Reports as 75Hz when freesync is active.
- The HDR function on this monitor works surprisingly well.
- Big, beautiful and very bright monitor for everyday use and non-competitive gaming.
- The only adjustment on the monitor is tilt, no pivot, no vesa.
- No vesa mount and pretty big response time for this price.
- The Freesync technology will get a run out when I purchase the graphics card.
- The monitor is the ultra thin infinity edge and HDR 600 certified. All in all, all a truly impressive monitor worth every penny of the purchase.
- I use this for work and it is perfect for programming and web design as the resolution is high enough to have 2 - 4 windows open at once.
- It is easy on the eyes for long periods because it does not flicker and has blue light reduction as an option.
- There's a conflict with the power-save mode on the monitor and this can't be rectified through the On Screen Menu, so it was effectively useless.
- I have this hooked up to a laptop via HDMI and it is perfectly good.
- Bought this for a dual monitor setup on an iMac. Easily connects. Worked out very well.
- It has just enough ports to connect PC and use it for everyday work.
- Only inputs are 2x HDMI and 1 3.5mm audio jack which is quite few.
- No USB hub on the base like on the previous generation.
- I’ve used others by Lenovo with my surface book and had issues with the USB-C connection. This is flawless.
- Picks up the connection instantly and I must say the quality of the screen is brilliant.
- Lovely feeling monitor, powers my MacBook Pro via the usb-c no problem, great screen, very sharp.
- Super easy to connect my MacBook via the USB-C port.
- Excellent monitor. Just beautiful and easy hook up. Loving it.