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« on: August 12, 2018, 11:43:03 pm »
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Dell U2715H

Review by Daywalker
PRAD's Review
TFT Centrals Review

The Dell U2715H has good color presets, fast pixel response times, minimal overshoot and a low delay like the Asus PB278QR and LG 27MB85R-B.  The U2715H is overpriced uses LG's frame-less casing which is not actually frame-less.  Frame-less monitors have inner black bezels which ruin the perceived black depth and make dark content look a bit washed out, just like glossy black and matte black bezels do.  Example: notice how light the black letter box bars look compared to the monitors inner black bezel.


Dell U2717D

Review by Alexander Gryzhin (=DEAD=)
Review by Belgium Hardware
Review by Les Numeriques
Review by PRAD
Review by Rtings (high lag)
Review by Sweclockers U2717DA version with adjustable arm
Review by TFT Central (high lag)

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The Dell U2717D has worse color presets than the U2715H and many competitors, has decent contrast (900:1), fast pixel response times, but suffers from overshoot ghosting and a 20ms delay.  The U2717D is essentially an overpriced version of the Qnix QHD2730R with a height adjustable stand and better warranty, but worse color presets, overshoot ghosting and no overclocking. 

The U2717D is uses LG's fake frame-less casing which is not actually frame-less.  Frame-less monitors have inner black bezels which decrease the perceived black depth and make dark content look a bit washed out, just like glossy black and matte black bezels do.  Example: notice how light the black letter box bars look compared to the monitors inner black bezel.

The U2717D reviewed by Les Numeriques has lower input lag and better color presets which indicates to me that Les Numeriques reviewed a newer revision.


Dell U2716D

Review by =DEAD=
Review by Hardware.Info
Review by PC Monitors

The Dell UP2716D is the first decent wide gamut monitor Dell has released.  The UP2716D has low input lag and minimal overshoot ghosting unlike its predecessor the U2713H which suffered from excessive overshoot ghosting.  As expected the sRGB mode has locked color controls and is inferior to that of a normal monitor.  The UP2716D is a good choice for those who need a wide gamut monitor, intend to calibrate it, and use it with programs which support color management.  The UP2716D is a waste of money for gaming and regular use (text, email, movies, coding, ect).


Dell S2718D

Review by Alexander Gryzhin (=DEAD=)
Review by PC Magazine
Review by Sweclockers
Review by Tom's Hardware

Fake frame-less semi-glossy (same coating as the HP 24 Envy I tested; the semi-glossy coating looks washed out in brightly lit rooms and the S2718D looks grainy when viewed slightly off angle) 2560x1440 LG AH-IPS panel with height adjustable stand.  It has negligible input lag, good preset color accuracy and competitive pixel response times for  a 60hz panel.


Dell S2719DM

Review by PC Monitors

The Dell lacks a height adjustable stand and is not VESA compliant, as well as drop or skip frames when overclocked above 74hz when connected to Nvidia graphics cards.  It has fake HDR (lacks wide gamut 8 bit panel with full DCI-P3 color space coverage, local dimming and high brightness), only two HDMI, and the matte coating is slightly grainier than some competitors according to PC Monitors.


Dell S2719DC

Measurements by Belgium Hardware


Dell U2719DC

Review by Alexander Gryzhin (=DEAD=)

Fully adjustable, matte, 2560x1440 IPS with Displayport In & Out (for Daisy Chaining), HDMI, 4x USB 3.0, USB-C, 3.5mm Audio OUt and accurate out-of-the-box color accuracy in the default Standard mode.


Dell U2719D

Measurements and Review by Belgium Hardware
Review by PC Monitors
Review by TFT Central

Fully adjustable, matte, 2560x1440 PLS (LTM270DL11) with Displayport In & Out (for Daisy Chaining), HDMI, 4x USB 3.0, 3.5mm Audio Out and accurate out-of-the-box colors in the default Standard mode, especially in the case of the unit Belgium Hardware tested.  The unit TFT Central tested which is too warm at 5653k (preset orange and red dominance).  The U2719D has a medium matte coating which looks slightly grainy/sparkly when viewing light colors and white according to PC Monitors.


Dell P2720DC

Review by Les Numeriques

Fully adjust-able matte, 2560x1440 IPS panel with Displayport, HDMI 1.4, USB-C and 4x USB 3.0.  The PD2720DC is very accurate, has 1,000:1 contrast, negligible input lag and fast pixel response times plus balanced overdrive for a 60hz non-TN panel when the default Normal Response Time setting is used.
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