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Dell Black Friday Deal - 28 UltraHD Monitor S2817Q £263.40 @ Dell

£263.40 @ Dell (Business)
DELL DOORBUSTER!!! MIDNIGHT THURSDAY 24TH NOV* C: Dell 28 UltraHD Monitor S2817Q Ultra HD 4K panel offers over 8 million pixels of stunning clarity ideal for streaming movies or playing … Read More
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6m, 4d agoFound 6 months, 4 days ago
DELL DOORBUSTER!!!

MIDNIGHT THURSDAY 24TH NOV*

C: Dell 28 UltraHD

Monitor S2817Q

Ultra HD 4K panel offers over 8 million pixels of stunning clarity ideal for streaming movies or playing games.

£263.40

Inc Vat and Free delivery

Was £526.80 Save £263.40

*Doorbuster offers: start from 12 A.M. 25th Nov throughout the day. Doorbuster Promotional Offers are subject to Limited Quantities

http://business.dell.com/QS!YekBFuS/lSUFBgIAAAAGCgFICggxMTMyMDUxMgoIOTAwMTg4MjIJABOM+woJMjA0Mzk4MTkwBQ?awc=7204_1479843287_67a40affe494b3296bf01d2820a6dbe7&awc=7204_1479843287_67a40affe494b3296bf01d2820a6dbe7&CID=289229&LID=5548088&DGC=BA&DGSeg=BSD&ACD=2397228016616840
- trueno2k
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6m, 4d agoFound 6 months, 4 days ago
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4 Likes #1
TN display with washed out colours according to reviews.
#2
Decent price, but there is no way it "was" £530. Can buy it for £320-£370 from so many retailers right now.

Also, worth nothing this is a TN panel, but that's fine for gamers.
1 Like #3
Link is broken for me, opens a new tab then closes it!..
#4
brookheather
TN display with washed out colours according to reviews.

can you recommend a 4K monitor?
1 Like #5
When they discount the UP2715K I'll bite.

Edited By: mikeyfive on Nov 23, 2016 14:22: PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
1 Like #6
kowalski
brookheather
TN display with washed out colours according to reviews.

can you recommend a 4K monitor?


27UD68P
http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/lg-27ud68p-27-inch-ips-4k-freesync-2-x-hdmi-displayport-27ud68p/version.asp
#7
Was not £526.80 http://i68.tinypic.com/14wefr7.jpg
#8
mikeyfive
When they discount the U2715K I'll bite.

Just doing some research on 4K/5K monitors - is the U2715K a different model from UP2715K? (typo?)
"Dell ultrasharp 27 ultra HD 5k monitor UP2715K"
#9
shumon84
kowalski
brookheather
TN display with washed out colours according to reviews.
can you recommend a 4K monitor?

27UD68P
http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/lg-27ud68p-27-inch-ips-4k-freesync-2-x-hdmi-displayport-27ud68p/version.asp

thanks
1 Like #10
kowalski
brookheather
TN display with washed out colours according to reviews.
can you recommend a 4K monitor?
I recently bought the Dell P2715Q which is an IPS display from ITC Sales - very nice display though to be honest as I run Windows 10 at 150% scaling I might as well be using a 27" 2560x1440 display instead. I'm not convinced that 4K displays at 27-28" size are worth the extra over a WQHD display.
#11
Undisclosed2
Decent price, but there is no way it "was" £530. Can buy it for £320-£370 from so many retailers right now.
Also, worth nothing this is a TN panel, but that's fine for gamers.

Not really, most serious gamers are only interested in 144hz monitors. Not this upscaled 60hz overpriced rubbish.
1 Like #12
steve_bezerker
Undisclosed2
Decent price, but there is no way it "was" £530. Can buy it for £320-£370 from so many retailers right now.
Also, worth nothing this is a TN panel, but that's fine for gamers.
Not really, most serious gamers are only interested in 144hz monitors. Not this upscaled 60hz overpriced rubbish.

Congratulations on adding 'serious' into my sentence and changing my meaning. I was referring to the panel type, rather than the refresh rate.

TN panels probably won't upset a gamer, but would be a big deal for someone in a creative capacity. You are quite right about the refresh rate, just that I wasn't actually referring to that :)
#13
Undisclosed2
steve_bezerker
Undisclosed2
Decent price, but there is no way it "was" £530. Can buy it for £320-£370 from so many retailers right now.
Also, worth nothing this is a TN panel, but that's fine for gamers.
Not really, most serious gamers are only interested in 144hz monitors. Not this upscaled 60hz overpriced rubbish.
Congratulations on adding 'serious' into my sentence and changing my meaning. I was referring to the panel type, rather than the refresh rate.
TN panels probably won't upset a gamer, but would be a big deal for someone in a creative capacity. You are quite right about the refresh rate, just that I wasn't actually referring to that :)

That's fine. Not trying to start an argument. Just pointing out the thought process behind picking a gaming monitor - Starting with refresh rates.
1 Like #14
I have 60hz Ips 27" acer. you can simply turn off AA and play games UHD 60fps (Eg: BF1) . pixel density is high enough you don't need AA.
1 Like #15
kowalski
mikeyfive
When they discount the U2715K I'll bite.
Just doing some research on 4K/5K monitors - is the U2715K a different model from UP2715K? (typo?)
"Dell ultrasharp 27 ultra HD 5k monitor UP2715K"



Yep, I meant the UP2715K. Been waiting for them to come down to a half-decent price for months now. Best monitor I've ever used.
#16
Waiting for a HDR monitor
#17
trueno2k
Link is broken for me, opens a new tab then closes it!..

My guess would be the links will go live when the deal goes live (0000, 25/11)
#18
This price is already live today, it shows at £263 on the website.
#19
Does anybody know if this has HDCP 2.2? I cant seem to find anything anywhere. Cheers
#20
Its a scam website keeps crashing
#21
It's cheating, website not working at all
#22
The link works for me, at 06:40 they seem to have stock, I can load in to the basket but then Dell will not accept payment from any of my bank cards.
Guess still having issues
#23
I just make my purchase at 7.08am. What I have to do was connect to an agent chat things via dell.co.uk and they will sort out the order for you. good luck & have fun!

Edited By: sirichants on Nov 25, 2016 07:13: add more comments
#24
deal is already finished, that why didn't accept credit cards, I rang them to confirm :(
#25
tempted but I currently have an IPS monitor, and IPS laptop... I don't like my TN screen at work that much -- so on the lookout for a 4K IPS... :-(
#26
lapsap_c
deal is already finished, that why didn't accept credit cards, I rang them to confirm :(

I called an hour ago to place an order, and they took my order.
1 Like #27
Don't know how anyone manages to order anything from Dell. I went straight to their website a second after the deal went live, I had the item in my basket within a minute but I've been trying for an hour and 20 mins to check out but right at the last minute it keeps saying website error. I've been in a queue to talk to them from 9 mins after the deal went live - there were 890 in the queue and hour 20 mins later there is still 294 in queue before me. I've non stop tried to ring them and every time its engaged......think i'll give up on this already wasted too much of my day :(
1 Like #28
This deal was b@[email protected]! Had the laptop loaded into my basket and the code copied into the box before 1300 and pressed the button at 1 second past. Then wasted over an hour and a half trying to check out through constant server errors, only to find that the website miraculously worked perfectly again once the "offer" was over. Smacks of data harvesting and false offers to me.

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