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27" Dell U2717D 2560x1440 InfinityEdge LED Monitor + $150 Dell eGift Card EXPIRED

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Promoted 04-25-2016 by iconian at 12:37 PM View Original Post
Dell MPP has 27" Dell U2717D 2560x1440 InfinityEdge LED Monitor + $150 Dell eGift Card (automatically added in cart0 for $607.99 - 10% w/ coupon code EXTRA10 = $547 + free shipping. Thanks Discombobulated
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Edited April 25, 2016 at 10:22 AM by TattyBear
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Awesome. Thank you
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#4
Does it make sense to go for this or hold out for an ultra wide? Still waiting for that mono price monitor!
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I'm getting $607.99. The coupon code EXTRA10 doesn't work on this model.

Edit: I had to remove the coupon and re-apply it. It's working now. How does this monitor compare to the U2715? I'm trying out 2 U2515H monitors in a dual setup right now, but at 1440X2560 things are just a bit small on the 25's running with no scaling.
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Last edited by StevenC56 April 25, 2016 at 08:39 AM
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Steven,
The coupon works fine for me. Add it at the bottom of the cart after you add to the basket.
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If I'd want four of these, would I have to put in four separate orders to get 4 x $150 gift card?
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Nice monitor. I just bought this a week ago. Wish I had waited. I wonder if they'll honor the new price and gift card?
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I have very sensitive eyes when using computers and looking for a monitor that would help alleviate that. Does anyone know which is the right monitor for this purpose?



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Note, your gift eGift card will be sent via email in 10-20 days after invoice.
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Quote from sweety_girl View Post :
I have very sensitive eyes when using computers and looking for a monitor that would help alleviate that. Does anyone know which is the right monitor for this purpose?
Have you tired f.lux to help with the brigthtness and color tint?
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Nice monitor. I just bought this a week ago. Wish I had waited. I wonder if they'll honor the new price and gift card?
Could you give a quick take on your thoughts after a week use? What made you buy this monitor and has it lived up to those expectations?

I've been looking to replace an aging 23" for a slightly larger monitor with higher res and the KVM, USB hub to reduce cables, switch between my laptop and PC
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If I'd want four of these, would I have to put in four separate orders to get 4 x $150 gift card?
I just ordered 3 of these, been waiting for the newer version. The guy on Dell Chat said that I would get 3 promo cards for ordering 3 monitors. Also, there is an additional promo card for 10% of the order if you use your Dell Preffered Account and are a Dell Advantage member. So that's a total of 4 cards.
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Quote from sangdargent View Post :
Could you give a quick take on your thoughts after a week use? What made you buy this monitor and has it lived up to those expectations?

I've been looking to replace an aging 23" for a slightly larger monitor with higher res and the KVM, USB hub to reduce cables, switch between my laptop and PC
I was looking for a really good (non-4K) monitor. Like you, I was moving from a 23" monitor. I wanted something with good resolution and multiple ports. I opted for one bigger monitor vs two 24" monitors. I have a Win10 desktop (hdmi) and an Apple laptop (tbolt/miniDP). I've tried both and it works really well so far. When you connect the Apple laptop it auto switches from hdmi.

I haven't noticed any dead pixels or any major issues. There some included display software that lets you partition the screen multiple ways. I haven't played with that yet. Setup was super easy.

I'm happy with the purchase and the factory calibration.
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Quote from gregmdusa View Post :
I was looking for a really good (non-4K) monitor. Like you, I was moving from a 23" monitor. I wanted something with good resolution and multiple ports. I opted for one bigger monitor vs two 24" monitors. I have a Win10 desktop (hdmi) and an Apple laptop (tbolt/miniDP). I've tried both and it works really well so far. When you connect the Apple laptop it auto switches from hdmi.

I haven't noticed any dead pixels or any major issues. There some included display software that lets you partition the screen multiple ways. I haven't played with that yet. Setup was super easy.

I'm happy with the purchase and the factory calibration.
Thanks! I've actually got about the same setup (w/ a dual monitor mount to hold both a monitor and my MBP). How's the KVM? One minor annoyance I already noted from user feedback is the lack of a KVM hotkey to swap between desktops/laptops (usually double tap scroll lock).
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99% sRGB. Pass for me
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