Dell Dell: Dell 27 QHD Monitor $240, Dell 24 Gaming Monitor $220 + More! Shop New Monitor Deals from Dell!

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We've got some great new deals on monitors from Dell! The Dell 24 Gaming Monitor for $219.99 is a great bargain buy, and the Dell 27 QHD has been a fan favourite for years. There are also some high-end options, including a stunning 6K display for $1,100.00 off. Here's a look at the best offers:

Dell 24 Gaming Monitor (G2422HS)

This sale runs through July 14. Dell offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • 1440p on a 32" doesn't look good especially if you sit close to the monitor you will get a screen door effect due to lack of PPI.

      27" is the go to for 1440p and anything bigger should be 4K.
      1080p even looks perfectly fine on 27".

      One of best (if not THE best) 1440p monitors is 34", the alienware aw3423dw.

      It's all completely dependent on the monitor.
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    • I have the Dell G3223D and it looks great. ... To my eyes it looks great, and I was on a 1440p 25" monitor before this one. For context, and I just measured this, my eyes as I'm typically sitting back in my chair are 90 cm away from my G3223D. I'm running this at 1440p, 125% scaling in Windows, 165Hz on Displayport and variable refresh rate on.
      I have a Gigabyte M32Q, same resolution and refresh as the Dell, and I am sitting 14 - 15" from the screen and I have not issue with text quality. Right next to it sits a Viewsonic 27" 1080p, that's a bit further away since I am sitting right in the middle of the 32", and I have no issue with that either.
      It depends a lot on the person.

      Statistically, we were offering our users (at work) a choice for monitors: 24" or 27" 1080p. The percentage of people choosing 24" was less than 10%, and we decided to standardize to 27" 1080p, and we have zero complaints.
      The only exception is a marketing person that got a 27" 4K monitor with great colour accuracy.
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    • I have the Dell G3223D and it looks great. Often people who've never actually used 1440p on a 32" will just parrot whatever they read on reddit as if they actually have experience. "Sit close enough" -- Like how close are you actually sitting where you can see the actual dots on the screen? Are you sure you're not having a placebo effect based on internet comments? Maybe your specific eyeballs have robotic AI precision but not everyone. To my eyes it looks great, and I was on a 1440p 25" monitor before this one. For context, and I just measured this, my eyes as I'm typically sitting back in my chair are 90 cm away from my G3223D. I'm running this at 1440p, 125% scaling in Windows, 165Hz on Displayport and variable refresh rate on.

      Also adding that I bought this G3223D at $350 only earlier this year.

      That's great. I wrote this from experience of actually recently owning a 32" 1440p 165hz monitor, so I'm not "parroting" anything or having some kind of "placebo effect" like you claim. If you read what I posted above instead of chirping and jumping to conclusions, you would see this.

      When I say sitting close, I mean 2 1/2 to 3FT away. You don't need "robotic AI precision" eyes to see the screen door effect. I thought it wouldn't be an issue until I powered it on for the first time as someone who previously used a 24" 1440p since GSYNC first came out, the low PPI of the 32" 1440p reminded me of 1080p.
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    • I bought this last month with the 10% off newsletter subscription code (took me a few hours to receive it) and 10% rebate from Rakuten.
      Upgraded from U2410, I like the G3223D very much.
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    • 1440p on a 32 looks awesome to me. Perfect resolution for that size.
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    • 1440p on a 32" doesn't look good especially if you sit close to the monitor you will get a screen door effect due to lack of PPI.
      27" is the go to for 1440p and anything bigger should be 4K.
      I have the Dell G3223D and it looks great. Often people who've never actually used 1440p on a 32" will just parrot whatever they read on reddit as if they actually have experience. "Sit close enough" -- Like how close are you actually sitting where you can see the actual dots on the screen? Are you sure you're not having a placebo effect based on internet comments? Maybe your specific eyeballs have robotic AI precision but not everyone. To my eyes it looks great, and I was on a 1440p 25" monitor before this one. For context, and I just measured this, my eyes as I'm typically sitting back in my chair are 90 cm away from my G3223D. I'm running this at 1440p, 125% scaling in Windows, 165Hz on Displayport and variable refresh rate on.

      Also adding that I bought this G3223D at $350 only earlier this year.
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    • Picked this up a little while ago, got it for $380 tax in with discounts / cashback offers at the time. Very nice monitor for the size, if there was a cashback offer on right now I'd buy another.
      I think I got the same deal, great monitor. Ppi is fine for me since I came from a 23" 1080p so about the same.
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    • Picked this up a little while ago, got it for $380 tax in with discounts / cashback offers at the time. Very nice monitor for the size, if there was a cashback offer on right now I'd buy another.
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    • 1080p is fine for 24" but not 1440p for 32"?

      They both have the exact same pixel density.

      IMO, 1440p at 32" is decent and works well with 24" secondary monitors due to the matching PPI.
      Agreed, not to mention most people sit further away from a 32-inch monitor.
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    • 24" = 1080p
      27" = 1440p
      32" = 2160p

      This would be worth it if it was $300 or less.
      I bought an Acer 32" 1440p monitor that goes on sale regularly at bestbuy for $299, and although I returned it for an unrelated issue caused by shipping, I'm glad I did. I went with a Dell S2721DGF for a bit more money. 100% worth the extra cost.
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    • 1080p is fine for 24" but not 1440p for 32"?

      They both have the exact same pixel density.

      IMO, 1440p at 32" is decent and works well with 24" secondary monitors due to the matching PPI.
      Just speaking from personal experience.

      I've tried a 1080p 27" and a 1440p 32" and both looked horrible at standard desk distance.
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    • 2K works great on 32" and makes a lot of sense if you don't have a 4090 to drive your games. I have this model since February (was on sale back then for same price, good deal combined with Valentine's Rakuten) and am really happy with it. Only power delivery over USB-C could be more, it's useless for charging laptops, have to hook up additional power supply.
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    • 24" = 1080p
      27" = 1440p
      32" = 2160p

      This would be worth it if it was $300 or less.
      1080p is fine for 24" but not 1440p for 32"?

      They both have the exact same pixel density.

      IMO, 1440p at 32" is decent and works well with 24" secondary monitors due to the matching PPI.
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    • 1440p on a 32" doesn't look good especially if you sit close to the monitor you will get a screen door effect due to lack of PPI.

      27" is the go to for 1440p and anything bigger should be 4K.
      24" = 1080p
      27" = 1440p
      32" = 2160p

      This would be worth it if it was $300 or less.
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    • 1440p on a 32" doesn't look good especially if you sit close to the monitor you will get a screen door effect due to lack of PPI.

      27" is the go to for 1440p and anything bigger should be 4K.
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