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Dell SE2417HG 23.6 Inch TN Anti-Glare LED-backlit LCD Gaming Monitor - £99.99 @ Amazon
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Dell SE2417HG 23.6 Inch TN Anti-Glare LED-backlit LCD Gaming Monitor - £99.99 @ Amazon

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Enjoy a better view, with high speed and clear, interactive play. A sleek design with black piano finish, and a matte screen combine with vibrant Full HD clarity for a visual one-two punch of beauty and brains.

Gameplay performance: Superfast, smooth motion graphics and a rapid response time take your gaming experience to the next level.

Up your game: Full HD resolution brings your game into vibrant focus while the solid stand allows you to play comfortably for hours.

Good looking: With a 1000:1 contrast ratio and a 23.6-inch monitor, this matte screen minimizes reflection from indoor lighting for a better view of the game.
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Thought this was a fair price. Would be good for gaming on the likes of xbox/ps4. Also has connectivity for multiple HDMI and aux which not many do.
No vesa mount I see you can get the adaptors. Any one used one? Any good?
Good price, but this is a 60Hz display. Hardly a gaming monitor
Pay a little bit more and get a VA or IPS panel. Lots of better panels at similar prices, I would say this is expensive for a TN panel actually.
Yes TN panels are of the lowest picture quality. With this being a 60Hz display, I'd recommend paying a bit more and getting a higher refresh rate monitor.
Carson_Official23/08/2019 20:34

Pay a little bit more and get a VA or IPS panel. Lots of better panels at …Pay a little bit more and get a VA or IPS panel. Lots of better panels at similar prices, I would say this is expensive for a TN panel actually.


I've got a Dell S2716DG TN and recently bought a SE2219H IPS as a second monitor side by side. I cannot see any difference in picture quality and yes they are both set up, tuned to my liking.
AshFR28/08/2019 07:59

I've got a Dell S2716DG TN and recently bought a SE2219H IPS as a second …I've got a Dell S2716DG TN and recently bought a SE2219H IPS as a second monitor side by side. I cannot see any difference in picture quality and yes they are both set up, tuned to my liking.


No offense mate but must be blind to not be able to tell the difference between an IPS and a TN panel. Viewing angles aside, the colours will be vastly different.
Carson_Official28/08/2019 08:10

No offense mate but must be blind to not be able to tell the difference …No offense mate but must be blind to not be able to tell the difference between an IPS and a TN panel. Viewing angles aside, the colours will be vastly different.


Viewing angles, yes definitely much better on the IPS but that's all really. Slightly bit more colour on IPS but nothing i would notice if the monitors were apart from each tier. Side by side, they look very close to identical.
AshFR28/08/2019 08:12

Viewing angles, yes definitely much better on the IPS but that's all …Viewing angles, yes definitely much better on the IPS but that's all really. Slightly bit more colour on IPS but nothing i would notice if the monitors were apart from each tier. Side by side, they look very close to identical.


I afraid the vast majority will disagree with you. But if it works for you, no one can take that away from you.

You would normally on choose a TN panel if you want to get as close to 1ms refresh as possible but given this is 60hz anyway, having a lower refresh rate won't make much difference. The other reason being they are typically the cheapest panels to produce which should be reflected in the price.

Most wanting the best all rounder will choose a VA for a decent middle ground of better colours, viewing angles than a TN along with typically lower refresh rate than IPS's.

Myself I tend to go for IPS on the basis that I don't need as close possible to 1ms over better viewing angles / colours (I'm a professional as well as a gamer so that's the perfect fit).
Carson_Official28/08/2019 08:22

I afraid the vast majority will disagree with you. But if it works for …I afraid the vast majority will disagree with you. But if it works for you, no one can take that away from you.You would normally on choose a TN panel if you want to get as close to 1ms refresh as possible but given this is 60hz anyway, having a lower refresh rate won't make much difference. The other reason being they are typically the cheapest panels to produce which should be reflected in the price.Most wanting the best all rounder will choose a VA for a decent middle ground of better colours, viewing angles than a TN along with typically lower refresh rate than IPS's.Myself I tend to go for IPS on the basis that I don't need as close possible to 1ms over better viewing angles / colours (I'm a professional as well as a gamer so that's the perfect fit).


Fair enough. I have the TN for gaming for the response speed and the IPS for discord and occasionally CAD drawings/3d printing.
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