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27" Dell S2722DGM 165Hz 2650x1440 Curved Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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Dell Home & Office has 27" Dell S2722DGM 165Hz 2650x1440 350-nit Curved Gaming Monitor on sale for $269.99. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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  • Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Panel Type: VA
  • AMD FreeSync Premium
  • 1500R Curved Screen
  • Refresh Rate:
    • 165Hz w/ DP 1.2
    • 144Hz w/ HDMI 2.0
  • Brightness: 350 nits
  • Response Time: 1ms MPRT, 2ms Gray to Gray Extreme Mode
  • Panel Type: VA
  • 3000:1 Contrast Ratio, sRGB 99%
  • Ports:
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
    • 1x Headphone-Out

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Just ask him to work part time and get the $1000 for his gaming pc.
It appears people in this thread are more concerned about parenting other peoples kids than actually discussing the item in the post.
Any comments from people who own this monitor? Just wanted to get some feedback from folks who have it.

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My son wants a gaming computer and I feel so lost as to what to get him. I am not spending 1000. Can anyone tell me what to get or not get
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My son wants a gaming computer and I feel so lost as to what to get him. I am not spending 1000. Can anyone tell me what to get or not get
Just ask him to work part time and get the $1000 for his gaming pc.
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My son wants a gaming computer and I feel so lost as to what to get him. I am not spending 1000. Can anyone tell me what to get or not get
A gaming computer is a fairly large expense. I had to wait until I got a job to get my first one so I'd take your side on not buying him one . You're talking $700 for an entry level, $200ish monitor , plus mouse , keyboard , most likely will want a headset , etc . I'd sit down with him and explain that you cannot do that . Maybe ask if he is interested in any consoles .
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My son wants a gaming computer and I feel so lost as to what to get him. I am not spending 1000. Can anyone tell me what to get or not get
I think you have to ask yourself EXACTLY how much you are willing to spend. If the answer is less than 700, then I recommend holding off. I bought my kids non-gaming laptops, just to realize I'm ruining my kids eyes, so I have extra laptops and desktops (non gaming) now.

If this question was asked earlier, I would've 100% recommended the $680 asus gaming laptop from Bestbuy, which currently is sold out. Since this doesn't require separate monitor.

As a fellow dad, don't listen to some of the comments here recommending you to get the best or minimum this and that. If you're willing to spend close to 1000, with hint of dad thinking - I would jump on the HP pavilion gaming desktop deal (pretty much stick to the $607 package already posted on here), and slap on a $200-$250 gaming monitor ($220 w/ 10% back on amazon card for S2721 or $250 Costco LG gaming deal, just to name a couple). That should keep you in the 900 range depending on your state tax.

Also, as a dad, I realized that once kids go on to PC gaming, they rarely use the consoles (switch and PS5 literally sit there collecting dust) - just to help you decide how much to put into this.
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Just ask him to work part time and get the $1000 for his gaming pc.
I wholeheartedly agree. Some kids these days feel entitled to have things they don't really need. Make him work for it like chores or let him help you out with everything you need help with and the rewards are easier to give him and he'll feel like he earned it also. God bless!
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My son wants a gaming computer and I feel so lost as to what to get him. I am not spending 1000. Can anyone tell me what to get or not get
$1000 gets you almost nowhere these days and I can t believe I'm saying this but some prebuild deals are your best bet. There are HP Asus 5700G+3060 deals right at ¢$1,000, they are the best you can get for now for a grand
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How well would this work with a MacBook Pro? Heard there's a compatibility issue with MaC OS
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My son wants a gaming computer and I feel so lost as to what to get him. I am not spending 1000. Can anyone tell me what to get or not get
The market prices arw very inflated right now with short supply. Some others are jumping to conclusions that your son should work or is capable of. And may he be able to when his time comes.

I'll try to help. Your best bet right now is a gaming laptop. I have experience building PCs and daily driving gaming laptops. A gaming laptop is best strategy right now because you don't need any peripherals or external accessories except a mouse, maybe controller everything else is self contained. However, with a built computer, you'd need a monitor, kb, mouse, speakers, desk, space.

$600-700 will get you a very beginner gaming laptop that could fit his needs and can grow to learn other skills on. $700-850 will get you something really good which could perform well for easily 3 years, perhaps something with a quad core processor and rtx 3050ti Or $1000-1100 for a rtx 3060 laptop will handle games great for ~4 years . I hope I'm accurately representing price ranges.

This means most all games will run at a high frame rate high graphics at 1080p for a few years.

I'm sorry it's 5 am and I don't have time time to link laptops but I and others can help you lookout for one that fits the needs. Happy Thanksgiving, blessings.
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The market prices arw very inflated right now with short supply. Some others are jumping to conclusions that your son should work or is capable of. And may he be able to when his time comes.

I'll try to help. Your best bet right now is a gaming laptop. I have experience building PCs and daily driving gaming laptops. A gaming laptop is best strategy right now because you don't need any peripherals or external accessories except a mouse, maybe controller everything else is self contained. However, with a built computer, you'd need a monitor, kb, mouse, speakers, desk, space.

$600-700 will get you a very beginner gaming laptop that could fit his needs and can grow to learn other skills on. $700-850 will get you something really good which could perform well for easily 3 years, perhaps something with a quad core processor and rtx 3050ti Or $1000-1100 for a rtx 3060 laptop will handle games great for ~4 years . I hope I'm accurately representing price ranges.

This means most all games will run at a high frame rate high graphics at 1080p for a few years.

I'm sorry it's 5 am and I don't have time time to link laptops but I and others can help you lookout for one that fits the needs. Happy Thanksgiving, blessings.
Lmao - unless something pops up there isn't any good gaming laptop available under $900+
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Any comments from people who own this monitor? Just wanted to get some feedback from folks who have it.
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Any comments from people who own this monitor? Just wanted to get some feedback from folks who have it.
It appears people in this thread are more concerned about parenting other peoples kids than actually discussing the item in the post.
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This of off the original topic, however concerning first post from apapenfuse about a gaming computer, there are other considerations for desktop gaming computer:

OS maintenance
Virus Protection
Surge Protection
Video Card Driver updates (will this video driver update work with a particular game)
Purchasing games Online from Steam, Epic etc…

If a parent is not comfortable around these things and other I certain neglected to mention you may have one big headache on your hands.

Also there are websites where you can build a PC online and pick and choose the parts to try and keep it in the low figures.

One site even has a side bar showing how well each component will fare for Frames Per second , Stream Rating & Virtual Reality Rating.

Not suggesting you buy from these sites but you can play around picking and choosing to see what can fit into a budget.

I just did an online build to help my grandson, but he had the money to build. However I have to support it as his parents are clueless with this.
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