Dell S2722QC Monitor Review


Dell S2722QC Monitor Review

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The Dell S2722QC is a 4k monitor aimed at productivity. It's an updated version of the Dell S2721QS with a different selection of inputs, as it has a USB-C input that supports DisplayPort Alt Mode with power delivery. This means that you can connect your laptop to display an image and charge it at once. It has a few extra features for productivity like Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture modes, so you can connect two devices at once and view them both on screen, great if you're working from home and have a work and personal computer. The 4k resolution helps deliver clear images with sharp text clarity. However, it's not the most versatile for gaming either as it's limited to a 60Hz refresh rate and HDMI 2.0 bandwidth, but it still has FreeSync variable refresh rate (VRR) support and low input lag for a responsive, nearly tear-free gaming experience.

The Dell S2722QC is impressive for office use. The 4k resolution and relatively small size results in a very high pixel density, which results in sharp text clarity, and the 27 inch screen is also a good size for multitasking. It has excellent ergonomics that make it easy to adjust its position, and the wide viewing angles are ideal for sharing your screen. It also has a few extra office-friendly features like a USB-C input with power delivery, so you can connect your laptop and charge it at the same time, with a single cable.

  • 4k resolution delivers incredible clarity.
  • Wide viewing angles.
  • Stand offers excellent ergonomics.
  • USB-C input with DisplayPort Alt Mode.
  • Only decent color accuracy and limited Adobe RGB coverage.
  • Limited to 60Hz refresh rate and HDMI 2.0 bandwidth.
  • Can't display a wide color gamut.
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