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27" Dell S2721DGF 2560x1440 165Hz 1ms FreeSync IPS Monitor EXPIRED

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Dell Home & Office has 27" Dell S2721DGF 2560x1440 165Hz 1ms FreeSync IPS Monitor on sale for $377.99 - Extra 10% Off unique promo code (when you sign up for their email newsletter listing) = $340.19 or when you follow the instructions listed below. To earn 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  3. Add the item to cart
  4. Apply your unique 10% off coupon code in the 'Coupons' section
  5. Final price should be $340.19 w/ free shipping
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Specs:
  • Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Refresh Rate:
  • 144Hz with HDMI
  • 165HZ with DisplayPort
  • Response Time: 1ms GtG
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • FreeSync Premium Pro + G-Sync Compatible
  • Viewing Angles: 178° V / 178° H
  • VESA: 100x100mm
  • Ports:
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.4
    • 1x Audio Out
    • 4x USB 3.0 (Downstream)

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Dell Home & Office has 27" Dell S2721DGF 1440p 165Hz FreeSync IPS Monitor on sale for $377.99 - Extra 10% Off unique promo code (when you sign up for their email newsletter listing) = $340.19 or when you follow the instructions listed below. Shipping is Free.

Note, must apply your unique promo code to receive the extra 10% off discount in cart.

Deal Instructions

1. Click this link here [dell.com] (please allow up to 30 minutes to 1 hour for your unique coupon code to arrive)
  • Add in your user info along w/ the designated email you would like to use
    • Note, you may update your preference at anytime if you no longer want to receive emails
2. Add in your user info along w/ the designated email you would like to use
3. Click this link here [dell.com] to visit product page
4. Add the item to cart
5. Apply your unique 10% off coupon code in the 'Coupons' section
6. Final price should be $340.19 w/ free shipping
  • Note, some states do charge environmental fee

Specs:
  • Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Refresh Rate:
  • 144Hz with HDMI
  • 165HZ with DisplayPort
  • Response Time: 1ms GtG
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • FreeSync Premium Pro + G-Sync Compatible
  • Viewing Angles: 178° V / 178° H
  • VESA: 100x100mm
  • Ports:
  • 2x HDMI 2.0
  • 1x DisplayPort 1.4
  • 1x Audio Out
  • 4x USB 3.0 (Downstream)
This is a repost from this listing. Credits to SubZero5for deal description.

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paul_24 asked this question on 06-14-2021 at 04:36 AM
06-14-2021 at 07:04 AM
As of right now the PS5 cannot output 1440p, just 1080p and 2160p. It does not and most likely will never go over 120Hz.

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Kind of funny how these things are being set up one at a time as if someone discovered it when this "sale" has been on for more than a week and the email coupon is generic. Smilie

SD must be getting paid per listing and to want to push their browser add on.

Just go to this page and you will see the next 5 or 10 deal listings to come. The email coupon can be used on any of them. These things continually go on sale and what you see at any time isn't the lowest price they cycle through.

https://deals.dell.com/en-us/category/monitors

If someone actually did the work to figure out if any monitor has reached its lowest so far, then it would be worth posting. Until then it is a paid infomercial.
I just got this and use it with my PC and I have hdr support available. You have to enable it in windows display settings.
Won't get bright enough to make a difference with HDR on or off anyways.

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Bought this a week ago for the same price as I saw it in a previous post. I was racking my brain on why I could t get HDR to display and realized it only shows with HDMI and not DisplayPort leaning you'll have to settle for 144HZ instead of 165HZ if you're using HDMI.
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Bought this a week ago for the same price as I saw it in a previous post. I was racking my brain on why I could t get HDR to display and realized it only shows with HDMI and not DisplayPort leaning you'll have to settle for 144HZ instead of 165HZ if you're using HDMI.
I just got this and use it with my PC and I have hdr support available. You have to enable it in windows display settings.
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Bought this a week ago for the same price as I saw it in a previous post. I was racking my brain on why I could t get HDR to display and realized it only shows with HDMI and not DisplayPort leaning you'll have to settle for 144HZ instead of 165HZ if you're using HDMI.
Won't get bright enough to make a difference with HDR on or off anyways.
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I just got this and use it with my PC and I have hdr support available. You have to enable it in windows display settings.
Oh I realized that, it was just it can't be enabled using a DisplayPort, rather only an HDMI cable, so you lose out on the 165hz. It's okay because 144hz is plenty enough for the buttery smoothness.
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Anyone have any experience with this and m1 macs?
Been hearing about some people claiming the mouse feels slower on monitor vs laptop.
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Anyone have any experience with this and m1 macs?
Been hearing about some people claiming the mouse feels slower on monitor vs laptop.
If anything this has way higher refrehs rate than built in display. If there's any issue, which is doubtful, I'd return the Mac before I returned the display
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Kind of funny how these things are being set up one at a time as if someone discovered it when this "sale" has been on for more than a week and the email coupon is generic. Smilie

SD must be getting paid per listing and to want to push their browser add on.

Just go to this page and you will see the next 5 or 10 deal listings to come. The email coupon can be used on any of them. These things continually go on sale and what you see at any time isn't the lowest price they cycle through.

https://deals.dell.com/en-us/category/monitors

If someone actually did the work to figure out if any monitor has reached its lowest so far, then it would be worth posting. Until then it is a paid infomercial.
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Bought this a week ago for the same price as I saw it in a previous post. I was racking my brain on why I could t get HDR to display and realized it only shows with HDMI and not DisplayPort leaning you'll have to settle for 144HZ instead of 165HZ if you're using HDMI.
This is completely false I run this exact monitor on DP 165 Hz with HDR enabled.
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This is completely false I run this exact monitor on DP 165 Hz with HDR enabled.
How'd you get it to do that. I'm also running 2 other monitors in addition to this, so would that be the cause?
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How'd you get it to do that. I'm also running 2 other monitors in addition to this, so would that be the cause?
You have to close any non-HDR applications before the monitor will allow you to turn on the function, which is then enabled via monitor menu *and* display properties. Play around with it, as long as your card is capable you should be able to run HDR through Display Port no problem.
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How'd you get it to do that. I'm also running 2 other monitors in addition to this, so would that be the cause?
It's also worth confirming the version of the DisplayPort on your graphics card and cable. As well as trying to add a manual resolution entry in your graphics card drivers/properties.
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Anyone have any experience with this and m1 macs?
Been hearing about some people claiming the mouse feels slower on monitor vs laptop.
I tried it with an m1 MacBook Air at 1440p 165hz through DisplayPort no issue with the mouse
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