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Dell | 27-inch Dell QHD monitor with AMD FreeSync, 75 Hz refresh rate, and 99 percent sRGB now on sale for $219 USD

27-inch Dell QHD monitor with AMD FreeSync, 75 Hz refresh rate, and 99 percent sRGB now on sale for $219 USD (Source: Dell)
27-inch Dell QHD monitor with AMD FreeSync, 75 Hz refresh rate, and 99 percent sRGB now on sale for $219 USD (Source: Dell)
Users considering a home office upgrade can get themselves a new 27-inch monitor or two with good enough specifications for both gaming and editing. This is one of the best 27-inch monitors you can find at the moment in this particular price range.

Dell is currently offering its mid-range 27-inch QHD S2721D monitor for $150 USD off the original asking price of $369. The new sale price makes it one of the least expensive 27-inch monitors available with the native 1440p resolution, 75 Hz refresh rate, 99 percent sRGB color coverage, and AMD FreeSync compatibility.

A key drawback to the deal is that it comes with the cheaper fixed stand instead of an adjustable stand that can offer more freedom of movement. Fortunately, users can always remove the stand and switch to a VESA wall mount or a better stand altogether. 

This S2721D sale comes a week after the $299 S2721DGF sale which is yet another 27-inch monitor from Dell. The S2721DGF is an even higher-end monitor with faster response times, faster refresh rates, and deeper colors. If you missed the S2721DGF deal late last month, then the more affordable S2721D deal may be worth considering.

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Allen Ngo, 2022-01- 6 (Update: 2022-01- 6)