Product Comparison: Dell SE2719H vs Dell S2719H
- A basic monitor with HD resolution.
- Great quality for 27" at 1080p.
- I love this monitor. Beautiful pictures, resolution, etc.
- At 1920 x 1080 resolution, the text is jagged looking and actually hurts my eyes to read it for a long time.
- The resolution is terrible. Totally to up to the resolution of the iMac.
- As a software engineer the resolution and vibrancy is great.
- Over the past few years I've dabled with different monitors from 1080p - 4k. This is by far my favourite.
- The screen is clear and resolution is right for what I use it for.
- Excellent high resolution screen with great eye care features.
- The resolution of this monitor is rubbish.
- Brightness & contrast are strong, colors are clear, robust and consistent.
- If your primary use is photo / video editing, IPS is the way to go for richer, consistent colors.
- I was amazed by the quality of the picture at 1080p, and even more with the clarity and color vibrancy.
- True Tone colors which is great for video and photo editing.
- Has great color as expected from Dell. I would recommend.
- It's has really good colors, the thin bezel design is awesome.
- Apart from that, the clarity, color and brightness were very good.
- Good, natural colors and high resolution.
- Good color range and responsive.
- Overall a great monitor although the picture is not too sharp and colors are quite distorted.
- First and foremost, I needed a screen that either doesn't include or has a toggle on the auto-select input feature. I like this monitor.
- The thing about this monitor is that it’s manufactured in a way with making it affordable and up to date with all of the features we’d expect.
- Quality for the money is unbeatable. Best feature, ability to mimic two 8.5 x 11 docs side by side simultaneously.
- When I switch to a video or game, it gets brighter and the contrast is adjusted automatically to give the best quality image.
- Features are sparse. It only tilts, no up/down adjustment, no USB ports, and only VGA & Dgi inputs.
- With a few more useful usaibilty features.
- Viewing angles are great, and the colours and contrast are very attractive.
- The OSD (On Screen Display) is controlled by pressable buttons rather than touch sensitive controls on the underside of the bottom bezel.
- The stand is of a similar design to an IMac giving tilt but no variable height adjustment which was not a problem.
- This monitor has a relatively no-frills feature set: no USB ports, only tilt adjustment on the stand.
- You simply remove it from the box and connect the cables.
- The quality of the screen is surprisingly sharp and meets my needs perfectly, and all I needed was an HDMI connection.
- It connect super easily, not too heavy.
- The only connections (other than the power cord connection), are HDMI and VGA.
- Connected the VGA cable to the computer (27" iMac running Windows 10 in Bootcamp): nothing except "No signal.".
- This has a mere VGA and HDMI connection.
- Dual HDMI inputs so I can connect my desktop and laptop at the same time.
- Picks up the connection instantly and I must say the quality of the screen is brilliant.
- I have two connected to my laptop, one via HDMI and the other via D-Sub.
- Great image but I was upset because of poor connectivity.