Dell releases new 27-inch monitor

Dell releases new 27-inch monitor

Most monitors on the market today feature the rather common Full HD resolution and are mostly sought by people who need a new display at an affordable price. Yet sometimes it is very hard to distinguish between two or more models. To make things somewhat easier Dell has introduced the SE2717H monitor, which comes with decent specs but has support for AMD’s FreeSync technology.

The new Dell SE2717H monitor sports a 27-inch display as seen from the name of the device and the common Full HD resolution. The good news here is that there’s IPS technology inside the display as well as the aforementioned FreeSync technology support. The monitor’s refresh rate is 75 Hz and there are 300 cd/m² of brightness and a dynamic contrast ratio of 1000:1. The response time of the SE2717H is 6 ms. Unfortunately the new Dell monitor offers just two ports at the back – HDMI and VGA.

This cheap monitor costs USD 249. The Dell SE2717H will be in stores in the coming weeks.

Source: Dell

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