Dell U2715H 27 Inch Ultrasharp AH-IPS Monitor - Seller Refurbished - £279 @ NRG:IT
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Dell U2715H 27 Inch Ultrasharp AH-IPS Monitor - Seller Refurbished - £279 @ NRG:IT

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Found 29th Sep 2017
2560 x 1440 IPS

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Dell has long had it's day on LCD monopoly.
Good riddance to overpriced panels that weren't all that to start with.
robo98937 m ago

Dell has long had it's day on LCD monopoly.Good riddance to overpriced …Dell has long had it's day on LCD monopoly.Good riddance to overpriced panels that weren't all that to start with.



do you have any suggestions? I'm considering getting a 27" 1440p monitor, but the BenQ GW2765HT and Asus PB278QR are the only 2 I've seen that are cheaper and the U2715H (the Asus is only slightly cheaper), everything else appears to be over the £400 mark. A good quality and cheaper option would be good as I don't really want to be going near £400 if I can avoid it.
Steviepunk12 m ago

do you have any suggestions? I'm considering getting a 27" 1440p monitor, …do you have any suggestions? I'm considering getting a 27" 1440p monitor, but the BenQ GW2765HT and Asus PB278QR are the only 2 I've seen that are cheaper and the U2715H (the Asus is only slightly cheaper), everything else appears to be over the £400 mark. A good quality and cheaper option would be good as I don't really want to be going near £400 if I can avoid it.

If you don't mind the extra size (32") then there was a viewsonic that was on here a week or so back at 235. I got one and it is great!
At full retail price the dell is overpriced but at £280 I think it's worth it. Have one myself from a previous NRG deal.
Edited by: "crumpetman" 29th Sep 2017
Steviepunk5 h, 51 m ago

do you have any suggestions? I'm considering getting a 27" 1440p monitor, …do you have any suggestions? I'm considering getting a 27" 1440p monitor, but the BenQ GW2765HT and Asus PB278QR are the only 2 I've seen that are cheaper and the U2715H (the Asus is only slightly cheaper), everything else appears to be over the £400 mark. A good quality and cheaper option would be good as I don't really want to be going near £400 if I can avoid it.



tbh as the poster above said, at this price it's fair enough. Just at full price it's a bit silly when there's decent competition around.
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