Dell Dell Monitor Flash Sale: May 25/26 ONLY Dell Monitor Flash Sale: May 25/26 ONLY

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Today we have a quick, deep-cut flash sale on high-quality Dell monitors across a variety of budgets – including some truly great savings at the top of the pack.

With that said, this is a flash sale ending May 26 at midnight so make sure to act fast if you’re in the market for a monitor.

To start with, let’s take a look at the big-ticket item. Dell has slashed $350 off their Alienware 34” curved QD-OLED gaming monitor for a new price of $1,299.99. This is one of Alienware’s flagship monitors tailored for comfort, form, and function.

Let’s take a look at the details.

Alienware 34” Curved Monitor Specs

  • Resolution: 3440 x 1440 Quantum Dot OLED at 34.18” across
  • Colour Profile: 149% sRGB, and 99.3% DCI-P3
  • Refresh Rate: 175 Hz via display port and 100 Hz via HDMI
  • Response Time: 0.1 ms
  • Display Features: Anti-reflective coating and Nvidia G-sync Ultimate integration
  • Brightness: 1000 nits
  • Aspect Ratio: 21:9
  • Ports: x2 HDMI, x2 USB 3.2 Gen 1 downstream with Battery Charging 1.2, 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 downstream, x1 USB 3.2 Gen 1 upstream, x1 audio line-out, x1 headphone auxiliary jack, and x1 DisplayPort 1.4
  • Dimensions: 81.525 cm x 30.571 cm x 41.557 cm - with stand
  • Warranty: 3-year limited warranty and 3-year advanced exchange service/ premium panel exchange (E.g. Replacement for OLED Burn In)

This is an absolute monster of a monitor if you can handle the price.

First and foremost the Alienware 34” monitor clocks in with an excellent 4K OLED screen at a blinding (not really) 1000 nits backed by an anti-glare coating. This is one of the best screens you can get in terms of colour fidelity, black depth, and the like.

Speaking of colour, the Alienware also comes equipped with an exceptional colour gamut of 149% sRGB or 99.3% DCI-P3 depending on your configuration settings. These are both far above industry standards – in the case of sRGB 95%-99% is ideal for design work for instance. Simply put, you’re getting some of the richest colours and best contrast on the market. And yes, you absolutely can toggle between the two profiles.

All of this is supported by the excellent build quality with an understated, yet stylish, stand. Alienware is known for their future-tech inspired designs. With that said, a bit of restraint now and then never hurt anyone.

Even better, if anything does manage to break Dell has included two generous 3-year warranties.

As an Alienware monitor you’ll also be set up for an excellent gaming experience. Of special note is the blisteringly fast response time of 0.1ms. In a market where 1 ms is considered the gold standard for high-level first-person shooter gameplay this is truly remarkable. The refresh rate is also rock solid whether run through a Display Port or HDMI connection.

Our only warning is that the Alienware doesn’t come with in-built speakers – you’ll have to run your own set-up through the audio line connections.

Next up we have the second deepest discount on this list: Dell’s 34” curved monitor for $449.99, or $170 off.

This is the definition of a mid-range monitor, provided you can afford the desk space. It’s also a solid entry-level curved monitor. So what about the details?

Dell 34” Curved Monitor Specs

  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 FHD at 27” across
  • Colour Profile: 72% sRGB via CIE 1931 or 84% sRGB via CIE 1976
  • Refresh Rate: 75 Hz
  • Response Time: 8ms
  • Display Features: AMD FreeSync
  • Brightness: 250 nits
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Ports: x1 HDMI (HDCP 1.4), and x1 VGA
  • Dimensions: 62.33 cm x 19.987 cm x 45.921 cm - with stand
  • Warranty: 1-year limited warranty and 1- year advanced exchange service/ hardware warranty

Dell’s 34” monitor strikes a nice balance here between quality-of-life features and colour profile. Although not designed for production work the 84% sRGB mode in particular is nothing to sneeze at for most consumers. Likewise the Dell sports a slightly higher-than-average refresh rate for this price bracket at 75 Hz.

The inclusion of AMD FreeSync tech is likewise appreciated, and sets this monitor up to function well as a non-competitive gaming monitor in addition to work.

The only real caveats here are the slow response time of 8ms and the lack of any USB ports, hub or otherwise. At this price point you can do a lot worse than this monitor.

Before we get to the budget options, we also wanted to touch on the Dell 24” FHD monitor for $314.99, or $105 off. This is a significant step up from our dedicated budget options, which we’ll discuss in just a moment.

Dell 24” Monitor Specs

  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 FHD at 24” across
  • Colour Profile: 99% sRGB
  • Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
  • Response Time: 8ms
  • Display Features: Anti-glare coating, LED edgelight system, flicker free technology, and Dell ComfortView Plus
  • Brightness: 250 nits
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Ports: x4 USB 3.2 Gen 1 downstream, x1 USB 3.2 Gen 1 upstream, x1 HDMI, x1 VGA, and x1 DisplayPort
  • Dimensions: 53.78 cm x 17.957 cm x 49.611 cm - with stand
  • Warranty: 3 years Advanced Exchange Service and Limited Hardware Warranty

As you can see here the big selling point for this monitor is its colour gamut of 99% sRGB. This is a perfect comfort monitor for those who work in design or production. It also comes with a wide array of port configurations for peripherals and devices. The Display Features are likewise geared towards daily use for long periods of time with the edgelight system and ComfortView Plus in particular being strong selling point.

Sure, the refresh rate is 60 Hz and the response time is only 8ms, but none of that matters a whole lot if you’re primarily looking for a window to the world wide web and not a GPU melting monster.

Finally, we wanted to take a moment and note that if you’re on a budget Dell also has you covered. Both Dell’s 24” monitor for $219.99 and their 27” monitor for $209.99 have a 20% discount with offer code SAVE20.

This drops their price point to $175.99 for the 24” monitor and $167.99 for the 27” monitor respectively.

Both of these monitors are similar in terms of specs. Each one has AMD Free-Sync, 250 nits of brightness, and respectable if unremarkable response times of between 4 and 8ms. The primary difference between the two really comes down colour gamut. Although smaller, the 24" Dell has an industry standard 99% sRGB range.


At the end of the day it’s almost impossible not to recommend the Alienware 34” curved QD-OLED gaming monitor for a new price of $1,299.99 if it’s within your budget.

With that being said, Dell has also struck a nice mid-range balance here with their 34” curved monitor for $449.99 and the 24” FHD monitor for $314.99.

Here, the $100 price difference is primarily reflected in the curved screen and increased diameter. If size is king then the 34” will treat you well. However, the 24” FHD monitor is surprisingly better for designers given its colour profile of 99% sRGB - just keep in mind you are giving up some legibility due to the smaller sized screen.

Meanwhile, if you’re in the market for a simple and functional monitor both the Dell 24” monitor for $175.99 and the $167.99 27” monitor will meet your needs well. Keep in mind that if you're doing production or design work you'll want that 99% sRGB on the 24" monitor.

Again, this is a flash sale ending at Midnight EST on May 26. There are some great deals here, but not much time to take advantage.

All prices were accurate as of May 25.


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