Dell 28 Ultra HD 4K Monitor: S2817Q, £299 from Dell
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Dell 28 Ultra HD 4K Monitor: S2817Q, £299 from Dell

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Found 27th Dec 2017
  • Native Resolution
    4K UHD (2160p) 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz
  • See over 8 million pixels of detail with ultra HD 4K clarity
  • Enjoy blur-free moving images and game with minimum input lag thanks to the fast 2 ms panel response time
  • Flexible monitor with 2 x HDMI ports, 1 x display port and 3 x USB ports
  • View content and multi-task from two different sources with picture-in-picture and picture-by-picture features
  • 3 years basic warranty with advanced exchange
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Wanted to buy, but Adobe RGB is only 66.2%. If you care about that.
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Now that's a deal! Paid £387 for the 27" last year
Apparently fares well on viewing angles considering its a TN panel (4k.com/mon…er/), but only has tilt (not height/pivot/swivel) - still, very tempted
Edited by: "Phnarr" 27th Dec 2017
Nice
Am to that tight! Great Price tho
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Wanted to buy, but Adobe RGB is only 66.2%. If you care about that.
chrisscott127 m ago

Wanted to buy, but Adobe RGB is only 66.2%. If you care about that.


What does that mean? Genuinely interested.
gsk23 m ago

What does that mean? Genuinely interested.


It's how much of the AdobeRGB colour space it covers. With 100% being all of it so 66.2% isn't great.

Having said that it only really matters if you are doing colour sensitive tasks.
hdr10? works with xb1x and ps4 pro?
2PeteShakur21 m ago

hdr10? works with xb1x and ps4 pro?


I'm not aware of PC monitors supporting HDR. After checking here's a list, none in this price range.

Here's an article listing the monitors which support HDR >


pcgamer.com/wha…ng/
Edited by: "fishmaster" 27th Dec 2017
2PeteShakur22 m ago

hdr10? works with xb1x and ps4 pro?


The UP2718Q is a Dell monitor that claims HDR10. It's just under £2000. You'll need to wait a year or two I think.
Is this IPS screen?
WalterSmith5 m ago

Is this IPS screen?


Ahh I see TN

Panel Type
TN
Got one for £259 on Black Friday
MarzipanTravolta32 m ago

The UP2718Q is a Dell monitor that claims HDR10. It's just under £2000. …The UP2718Q is a Dell monitor that claims HDR10. It's just under £2000. You'll need to wait a year or two I think.


This isn't the same model but (see quote below from the article I linked to earlier) I'd be wary of claims, always fully check the spec yourself. HDR is a nightmare on TVs, suspect it's going to be a similar situation with monitors >

"Excluded from this list are the Dell S2718D and LG 32UD99, "HDR" monitors that can accept an HDR10 signal, but lacks the color range or luminace to properly output by HDR10's standards."
Edited by: "fishmaster" 27th Dec 2017
8% quidco
fishmaster27 m ago

This isn't the same model but (see quote below from the article I linked …This isn't the same model but (see quote below from the article I linked to earlier) I'd be wary of claims, always fully check the spec yourself. HDR is a nightmare on TVs, suspect it's going to be a similar situation with monitors >"Excluded from this list are the Dell S2718D and LG 32UD99, "HDR" monitors that can accept an HDR10 signal, but lacks the color range or luminace to properly output by HDR10's standards."


anandtech.com/sho…ers

DisplayHDR specification announced by VESA
Edited by: "bb247" 27th Dec 2017
... now £400
jasonyu1 h, 19 m ago

Got one for £259 on Black Friday


Excellent! Now where did I put that time machine
Edited by: "Gormond" 27th Dec 2017
This is false deal!
Showing up as £400
peaceboi5 m ago

This is false deal!Showing up as £400


It wasn't a false deal when it was posted, Donald.
sold as 4k but only has 3.8k shame on Dell
2PeteShakur27th Dec 2017

hdr10? works with xb1x and ps4 pro?


I'm also looking for a monitor that supports hdr10.

Only ones I know of are:

Dell u2718q (not full hdr)
Dell up2718q (1000nits)
LG 32ud99 (hdr 10 but 550nits)

Ridiculous prices really... I'm considering LG 32ud59-b or LG 27ud69p. Not sure which one to go for....
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