Dell 28" Ultra HD 4K Monitor S2817Q: TN panel @ 60Hz​ £259.99 @ Dell
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Dell 28" Ultra HD 4K Monitor S2817Q: TN panel @ 60Hz​ £259.99 @ Dell

£259.99£329 21% Dell Deals
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Found 24th Nov
Dell 28 Ultra HD 4K Monitor: S2817Q TN panel 4K@60Hz, 3840 x 2160

Best deal for a 4K I've seen today. Found it by accident while checking the Dell's website for Black Friday deals.

When adding to the basket it will show as £400 but as you go through to the last step it will apply the BF discount and add up to £259.99 at the end.

I know some will whine it's "only" a TN panel but with some adjustments you can get it to be a pretty good display. 28" and 4K under £300 can't get any better than this.

Panel Type
TN

Aspect Ratio
Widescreen - 16:9

Native Resolution
4K UHD (2160p) 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz

Pixel Pitch
0.16 mm

Brightness
300 cd/m²

Contrast Ratio
1000:1 / 8000000:1 (dynamic)

Response Time
2 ms (gray-to-gray)

Input Connectors
2xHDMI (MHL), DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort

8 Comments

This model has a lot of mixed reviews and user ratings all over the world, I still wouldn't buy one at the reduced rate. Better to wait for newer models or look at their 27" version.

Or look at ASUS models that do 4k at 28" as they are generally better than this one.
Edited by: "Defiant306" 24th Nov

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Defiant3068 m ago

This model has a lot of mixed reviews and user ratings all over the world, …This model has a lot of mixed reviews and user ratings all over the world, I still wouldn't buy one at the reduced rate. Better to wait for newer models or look at their 27" version.Or look at ASUS models that do 4k at 28" as they are generally better than this one.



ASUS PB287Q, 28" 4K is around £350 right now. That's a good £100 more expensive. I get what you're saying and yes, one can always get something better for more money or waiting a few months. But right now 27-28" 4K for under £300 I think it's a cracking deal.

And it comes with 3 years warranty!

el_chupa_nibre3 m ago

ASUS PB287Q, 28" 4K is around £350 right now. That's a good £100 more e …ASUS PB287Q, 28" 4K is around £350 right now. That's a good £100 more expensive. I get what you're saying and yes, one can always get something better for more money or waiting a few months. But right now 27-28" 4K for under £300 I think it's a cracking deal.And it comes with 3 years warranty!



Yes the the Asus models are currently more expensive but more worth watching over this model for deals coming up.

I've been watching these 28" 4k monitors for a bit as I want to replace a Dell 1200p 24" monitor, but some of the reviews on this model can be horrific so its extremely off putting. I think it would need to drop below below £200 before I would give it a chance.

Anyway that's just my view on it.

This deal is pretty much Black Friday in a nutshell. Third-rate product with some obvious deficiency, sold at a discount which is basically negligible.

I'd save a few more pennies and buy something you'll not regret buying for the entirety of its service life.

How does this compare to the alternatives suggested above in the post? :
amazon.co.uk/Sam…E4S

I've been watching this for a few days hoping it would drop down to its lowest price of £210 again,
Edited by: "chrisst170" 24th Nov

TN panel, no thanks.

I have this and it’s rubbish, do not recommend even at this price

chrisst1706 h, 50 m ago

How does this compare to the alternatives suggested above in the post? …How does this compare to the alternatives suggested above in the post? :https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-U28E590D-28-Inch-LCD-Monitor/dp/B00WUACE4SI've been watching this for a few days hoping it would drop down to its lowest price of £210 again,


I don't know, but was looking at the Samsung myself, need a monitor as mine gave up the ghost. Saw that it went up on Amazon on Black Friday (by £7)! So ordered it from Amazon.de for about £240 delivered.
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