Looking for significant savings at a great price? You have come to the right place. Dell S2721HN has a back-to-school offer for you, with a 26% savings and a beautifully designed monitor you’ll love. Not only style but also quality.
This striking 27-inch monitor comes with every feature you need, from gaming to office to school. You will enjoy the IPS Panel that gives you brighter colors super clear, stunning views on a matter where your vantage point is.
And with AMD Free-Sync Technology that offers a smooth and tear-free experience. This is an excellent back-to-school offer with the ultra-widescreen; you can view your schoolwork with less strain on eyes with Comfort View, a feature that reduces harmful blue light emissions.
Resolution, Refresh Rate & Response Time
Also, Dell gives you exquisite clarity and sharper images with the Full HD 1080p Resolution. You can enjoy your gaming, working, or even watching movies without any interruptions. In addition to their 75 Hz Refresh Rate, when not working, you can play your action pack games and have the speed you need and smoother and sharper succession, and more accurate shots every time.
And with the rapid 4ms Response Time, you don’t have to worry about ghosting or stuttering and enjoy your time spent on the monitor even more.
Understanding the difference in response time (milliseconds) 5ms and 1ms. 5ms seems to be the more widely chosen option; Long Story short, if you intend to use your new monitor for competitively gaming. You will indeed choose 1ms due to the faster response time.
1ms response time is 1/1000th of a second now that’s fast. Looking at the difference, is it big or small between 1ms and 5ms? While researching the difference in response times, I have read many articles and found a few I would like to share with you. What Does Monitor Response Time Mean?
Have you heard of terms such as (GTG) (Gray To Gray), A measurement of pixel speed. Used in measuring a response time in gaming monitors. Read what Pc mag has to say about Gray to gray. Definition of GtG | PCMag, Among all this information, we learn that
the longer the response time is, the more likely you will experience a term called “ghosting” Image provided: Ghosting image provided by (displayninja.com).
Not all monitors are created equal. To finish my explanation of a monitor’s response time, you need to understand why some monitors have 5ms and yet cost 500 bucks and more. While others are 1ms and yet are under 300. Take a look at this example. Benq GL2780 27-Inch Full HD Monitor 1ms TN 75Hz, Has 1ms with a price tag of a little over 200. Another example of this topic is Monoprice CrystalPro 4k 28-Inch Monitor 5ms 60hz UHD. Think about what you’re going to use it for before you buy.
Connectivity & Weight
Along with two HDMI Ports and one Audio line out of Port, you can connect to other devices for even more support. And you can adjust this monitor to best fit your comfort with its Tilt-adjustable stand. This monitor weight is 9.48 Lbs.
Dell S2721HN 27-Inch Gaming Monitor
- IPS Panel
- AMD Free Sync Technology
- Full HD 1080p Resolution
- Comfort Mode
- 4ms Response Time
- 75Hz Refresh Rate
- Two X HDMI 1.4 Ports
- One Audio Line-Out Port
Dell S2721HN 27-Inch Gaming Monitor, made for easy going gamers.
Dell Monitors are quick with fantastic performance. Don’t be fooled by unreasonable prices, thinking the monitor will be the best. Often, it was simply one big, expensive tool that did not live up to the cost. That’s why I search for monitors that seem perfect, and in some cases, it all depends on the support you get, of course, the amount of time you spend doing what you love doing. Buying a monitor comes with more than just a price tag and the quick-speaking store clerk. Know what you want before you even enter the store. With that in mind, Contact me anytime for help or with a question.